2023 Flood Relief Resources

We Stand With Vermont

 We understand the devastating impact that floods can have on communities and the urgent need for support during these challenging times. The resources below aim to assist those affected by the recent floods, providing valuable insights and guidance towards recovery.  Whether you are a homeowner seeking guidance on flood insurance or a community organization looking for volunteer opportunities, we have you covered. Together, we can navigate the road to recovery and build resilient communities in the face of adversity.

Vermont Federal Credit Union Member Relief

In a time of crisis, we are here to stand beside you and help you recover from the recent flood disaster that tore through our communities. Together, we will overcome the hardships caused by these floods and emerge stronger and more resilient than ever before. 

Vermont Main Street Flood Recovery Fund

The Vermont Main Street Flood Recovery Fund is raising money to provide grants to Vermont's small business owners impacted by July 10th's flooding. These Vermonters are vital to our communities, and we will do all we can to support them through this crisis. Vermont Federal Credit Union is proud to financially support this organization's efforts for flood relief.

VT Flood Response & Recovery Fund

The VT Flood Response and Recovery Fund 2023 was established to support Vermonters in responding to and recovering from the catastrophic rainfall across Vermont in 2023. As we work with nonprofit organizations and state officials to learn where the need is and how to help, we will continue to provide updates.

SBA Disaster Loan Assistance 

The SBA offers disaster assistance in the form of low interest loans to businesses, nonprofit organizations, homeowners, and renters located in regions affected by declared disasters. SBA also provides eligible small businesses and nonprofit organizations with working capital to help overcome the economic injury of a declared disaster.

Vermont FEMA Flood Relief

FEMA has information to help you prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters specific to your location. Use this page to find local disaster recovery centers, flood maps, fact sheets, FEMA contacts, jobs and other resources.

Disaster Unemployment Assistance

DUA is a federal program designed to help people who lost their jobs because of a natural disaster. This program gives temporary money to those who don’t qualify for regular unemployment benefits.

VT Flood Volunteer Registration

Access the volunteer portal where you can register for the “State of Vermont Volunteer” organization. Individuals who participate, may be contacted based on their abilities to help with various projects across the state. Help your local Vermonters in need. 

Red Cross Flood Relief Shelters

Everyone is welcome at a Red Cross shelter and all disaster assistance is free. The Red Cross is also committed to helping people with a wide range of needs, including people with disabilities and mental illnesses, whether they are children or seniors.  

Business Emergency Gap Assistance Program

The Department of Economic Development has created the Business Emergency Gap Assistance Program (BEGAP). This $20 million grant program is for businesses and nonprofits that suffered physical damages from flooding dating back to July 7, 2023.

Need flood assistance, but not sure where to start?

Reach out and we’ll point you in the right direction.