Disaster Relief

Find Out What 13 Alabama Counties Were Declared Hurricane Zeta Disaster Areas

Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries Rick Pate announces that U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated 13 Alabama counties as primary disaster areas, due to damage and losses caused by Hurricane Zeta that occurred from October 28 through October 29. USDA reviewed the Loss Assessment Reports and determined that there were sufficient production losses to warrant a Secretarial natural disaster…

Winn Dixie Raising Money for Hurricane Dorian Victims

You can help those affected by Hurricane Dorian by doing something as simple as going to the grocery store. Winn Dixie’s parent company Southeastern Grocers has announced that it’s raising money to help those in the Bahamas and those along the eastern seaboard of the United States. Every dollar raised at Winn Dixie locations will go directly to the American…

Disaster Loan Outreach Centers in Alabama to Close Soon

The U.S. Small Business Administration is closing the four Disaster Loan Outreach Centers that opened following major flooding last year around Alabama. Flooding victims have until 3 p.m. Thursday, February 4 to access the centers. Officials say the centers are closing due to decrease in activity. The centers were set up in four counties, including Montgomery County, following flooding that…