Disaster Relief: Hurricane Florence
NATCA has activated its disaster relief fund to assist members who may be affected by Hurricane Florence. Our brothers and sisters who live and work in facilities in the Southern and Eastern Regions are rallying to offer support and assistance as needed, as is the NATCA family as a whole.
NATCA established its disaster relief fund in 1992 in the wake of Hurricane Andrew in Florida. The fund provides assistance to NATCA members who have experienced catastrophic losses of property and helps provide a lifeline during those most desperate times.
Due to the generosity of our membership, our fund has continued to grow and has allowed NATCA members to help those affected after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita (2005), Ike (2008), Sandy (2012), Matthew (2016), Harvey (2017), Irma (2017), and Maria (2017), and the 2016 flooding in Baton Rouge, La.
NATCA will work directly with affected members to help them purchase food, gasoline, or any other supplies that might be required. Please help us make sure there are sufficient funds to support our brothers and sisters in need. Any donations made through this GoFundMe will go directly to the NATCA disaster relief fund. We will have volunteers ready to deliver supplies as soon as we know the need.
HOW TO DONATE
GoFundMe: Please click here.
PayPal: Please use [email protected] to send your donations.
Checks: Payable to “DRF” or “Disaster Relief Fund.” Mail to:
Attn.: Accounting Department
1325 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, D.C., 20005
Automatic Payroll Deduction: NATCA members can also donate to the disaster relief fund through payroll deduction, using this form.