HURRICANE DISASTER RELIEF COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
Contact:Trisha Miller, Lawyers’ Committee For Civil Rights
Phone: (202) 294-3547
*HURRICANE DISASTER RELIEF COMMUNITY WORKSHOP*
GET HELP FROM VOLUNTEER LAWYERS WITH: Insurance, Home Repair,
Employment, Landlord-Tenant Issues, Private Loan Programs, Rental
Assistance, FEMA Appeals, Foreclosure Prevention, and Predatory Lending.
Wednesday, January 18, 10:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Loyola Law School, 7214 St. Charles Ave. – Room 308
Lunch will be provided
(Bring: Identification, letters from FEMA, lender information, insurance
documents, Social Security information, bank account and routing
numbers, total household annual income, personal contact information,
description of losses as a result of the disaster.)
*SMALL BUSINESS HURRICANE RECOVERY WORKSHOP*
ORGANIZING THE SMALL BUSINESS COMMUNITY: You are welcome to attend a
meeting to discuss issues affecting small businesses trying to recover
from the damage and dislocation caused by the Hurricane, to compare
notes and share advice with other small businesses, and begin to
organize and give yourselves a stronger voice in the rebuilding process.
The meeting will focus on identifying common needs and goals and
creating a strategy for turning those needs and goals into a foundation
for recovery. This meeting is about small businesses coming together to
Wednesday, January 18, 2 p.m.
Loyola Law School, 7214 St. Charles Ave. – Room 112
PLEASE PASS THIS INFORMATION ON TO ANYONE INTERESTED
Submit your comments about this article using our Blog.