Hurricane Florence: Prepare for Today and Tomorrow with Access to Capital and Resources

Resources for local, county, state and federal programs, including loans for up to $2 million with no application or processing fees and no payment for the first year, to help rebuild your personal and professional life.

North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia have declared states of emergency as they prepare for Hurricane Florence, a Category 4 Hurricane that is set to strike this week. According to CoreLogic, the effects of this natural disaster could damage over 700,000 homes, which could cost around $170.2 billion for reconstruction.

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November 24, 2017 Deadline for Hurricane Irma Disaster Assistance – No Application Costs – No Payments for One Full Year!


At absolutely no cost to apply, no payments for the first year, and an interest rate as low as 1.75 percent, Florida residents and businesses affected by Hurricane Irma are encouraged to apply for U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Disaster Assistance. For those impacted by natural disasters, the SBA offers low-interest loans to homeowners, businesses of all sizes, renters and even nonprofits. Don’t wait to hear from other disaster assistance, apply today before the deadlines—November 24, 2017 for Physical Damage, and June 11, 2018 for Economic Injury!

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Pets Displaced by Hurricane Find Loving Homes


Rescued from residences, shelters and even the flooded streets, hundreds of pets are finding homes across the country after being rescued from Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria. Just Wednesday night, 79 dogs and 25 cats arrived in South Florida from Save a Sato, a shelter damaged during the hurricane.

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Newsletter: Happy Labor Day – Hurricane Harvey Disaster Assistance – AmeriCatalyst Sept 6-8


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Disaster Assistance for Homes and Businesses Hurt by Hurricane Harvey

As the rains of Hurricane Harvey cease and the floods begin to lessen, the city of Houston and millions of residents are beginning to evaluate the extent of the damage. It is estimated that up to one million cars and trucks and 30,000 to 40,000 Houston homes have been destroyed by the hurricane.

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Hurricane Harvey and Irma Pet Rescue Resources

Hurricane Harvey has torn through Texas, flooding entire cities and displacing countless families from their lives and homes. As the flooding and rain continues—until early Wednesday, forecasters predict—we must raise awareness of resources and organizations helping displaced families and their pets.

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