FEEA Stands Ready to Assist Feds Affected by Hurricane Isaac

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

(National Federation of Federal Employees)

Lakewood, CO - With Hurricane Isaac pummeling the Gulf Coast, the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund (FEEA) stands ready to assist civilian federal and postal employees impacted by the storm. Disaster grants of up to $500 will be available to employees in hard-hit areas.


Employees in need of help can download a disaster relief application at or call FEEA at 1-800-323-4140 for more information. Phone lines may be very busy if damage is widespread. Callers are asked to be patient and leave a message if prompted to do so.


FEEA helped feds in the Gulf Coast area with a combined $2.6 million following Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma in 2005 and Hurricane Gustav in 2008, thanks in large part to generous donations from feds across the country. Donations to FEEA’s Natural Disaster Fund are urgently needed to ensure all who qualify for assistance in the wake of this disaster will receive it. Donations may be made via credit card on FEEA’s web site at Donations via check made out to “FEEA” may be sent to: FEEA Headquarters, 3333 S. Wadsworth Blvd., Suite 300, Lakewood, CO 80227.




FEEA is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) agency, primarily funded through federal employee contributions to FEEA CFC Pledge #11185 and donations to special relief funds. Since 1986, FEEA has provided more than $11 million in scholarships to civilian federal employees and their dependents. The FEEA Emergency Assistance Program has provided more than $8.5 million in financial assistance to federal families experiencing natural disasters such as floods, fires and hurricanes, and to those experiencing unforeseen personal emergencies such as illness or death in the family. For more information about FEEA, visit or call 303-933-7580.


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