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Apply Now: 2024 Emergency Disaster Relief Grant

Eligible Coast Guard members can apply for a grant to help cover losses from a natural disaster, including hurricanes.
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July 8, 2024

Coast Guard members impacted by the following natural disasters are eligible to apply for a 2024 Coast Guard Foundation disaster relief grant:

  • Hurricane Beryl

The Coast Guard Foundation activated its emergency disaster relief program so we can assist Coast Guard members and families who have been impacted by natural disasters this year.

Coast Guard members can apply for a grant up to $3,000 to cover personal loss and basic needs, including:

  • replacement and repair of household goods
  • food and basic necessities
  •  insurance deductibles
  • temporary housing
  • emergency travel
2024 Emergency Disaster Relief Grant

How to Apply:
Complete an application online, providing essential information that details your disaster related expenses. Your application will be reviewed within five days of receipt. You may be contacted by a member of the Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Association (CPOA). The Coast Guard Foundation partners with the CPOA to notify impacted Coast Guard families of the program and process relief requests.

Ms. Sage Williams, Coast Guard Foundation Program Manager: 860-535-0786
Mr. Randy Reid, CPOA Executive Director: 703-941-0395

Hurricane Readiness Resources

About the Coast Guard Foundation’s emergency disaster relief program: Through our partnership with the Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Association (CPOA), we distribute financial relief to Coast Guard families impacted by natural disasters. Once the storms subside, we collaborate with local Coast Guard leadership to provide morale support for the units that responded. This support provides opportunity for repairing and restoring the physical spaces where Coast Guard members live and work, and builds community and health/wellness for those impacted.

About the CPOA: The Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Association is unique among service organizations in that it was created by the Chiefs, of the Chiefs, and for the Chiefs of the United States Coast Guard. The CPOA serves the Coast Guard through a united network of over 10,000 members and works to advance the interests of its membership through community service, scholarships and fundraising, and by partnering with military and veteran organizations.

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