The Nebraska FFA Foundation has established a Storm Relief Fund for FFA supporters to provide resources to Nebraska FFA members and chapters in the communities affected by the devastating floods and blizzards.
FFA said 100% of the donations through the Nebraska FFA Foundation will be distributed to Nebraska FFA members and chapters that were affected by the recent floods and blizzards.
An additional way to help includes the Agriculture Disaster Exchange: https://www.nefb.org/…
FARM BUREAU DISASTER RELIEF
The Nebraska Farm Bureau established a Disaster Relief Fund at the Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation to provide emergency aid to Nebraska farmers, ranchers and rural communities affected by recent storms and flooding.
Priority will be given to efforts to restore health and safety in rural communities, and to farm and ranch households that have been damaged or displaced by the natural disasters.
All donations will be distributed to Nebraska farmers, ranchers and rural communities affected by the disasters. If you would like to write a check, make it out to Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation and mail it to: Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation, Attn: Disaster Relief Fund, P.O. Box 80299, Lincoln, NE 68501-0299.
To apply for assistance or nominate another for assistance, please visit the Disaster Relief Fund Application for Aid page at https://www.nefb.org/….
NEBRASKA CATTLEMEN RELIEF FUND
Nebraska Cattlemen is working to assist cattle producers affected by natural disasters by launching a new disaster relief fund.
The Nebraska Cattlemen Disaster Relief Fund is organized in the state of Nebraska as a not-for-profit corporation and will be seeking to qualify as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization, under which all donations made to the fund would be tax deductible for donors.
All donations will be distributed to Nebraska cattle producers affected by natural disasters, including the recent floods and blizzard. If you would like to write a check, make it out to Nebraska Cattlemen Disaster Relief Fund and mail it to: Nebraska Cattlemen Disaster Relief Fund, 4611 Cattle Drive, Lincoln, NE 68521.
Please click here to download a donation form: https://nebraskacattlemen.org/…
Additionally, Nebraska Cattlemen has prepared and is keeping an updated list of federal disaster assistance resources, as well as other pertinent state regulations to consider during times of emergency.
NEBRASKA PREPAREDNESS PARTNERSHIP
The Nebraska Preparedness Partnership is currently accepting donations. These donations will stay in Nebraska and will be used for the catastrophic flooding and blizzard. Call Sandra Hobson at 402-979-7207 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A list of reputable national and state organizations can be found on the Nebraska Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster website, www.nvoad.org. By giving to any of these organizations, donors can be sure that their funds will be distributed to those most in need.
AMERICAN RED CROSS DISASTER RELIEF FUND
The American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund is accepting donations at www.redcross.org or call 1-800-435-7669.
NEBRASKA EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency website is continually updating information to answer questions on resources available.
You can access that information at https://nema.nebraska.gov/…. There are helpful documents that can answer many questions on what needs to be done. NEMA has established a hotline for questions from persons affected by the floods. You can reach that call center at 402-817-1551.
For information on debris cleanup, contact the crisis cleanup hotline at 402-556-2476.
Farmers who have lost machinery or livestock should report to the Farm Service Agency office. County office contact information can be found on the agency’s website at https://www.fsa.usda.gov/….
All donations — monetary, goods and services, volunteers — are being coordinated through Nebraska 211. To access Nebraska 211, dial 211 within the state. Outside of Nebraska, call 866-813-1731.
NEBRASKA STRONG WEBSITE
The state of Nebraska has created a "Nebraska Strong" website where people can go to donate or request assistance. Check it out here: http://www.nebraska.gov/…
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has a website where storm victims can go to begin the application process for seeking FEMA disaster assistance, https://www.disasterassistance.gov/….
TABOR FIRST STATE BANK
A fund for flood victims in Fremont County, Iowa, has been set up at the Tabor (Iowa) First State Bank.
For information or to donate, call 712-629-2435.
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