Hurricane Ian Relief
NADA is preparing to provide financial assistance to dealership employees through the NADA Foundation's Emergency Relief Fund (ERF). The ERF grants auto and truck dealership employees who have been impacted by natural disasters with up to $1,500 in assistance.
These grants help bridge the gap for employees to help them get back to their day-to-day lives before insurance money arrives, and sometimes before ATMs are up and running. Often, they use ERF grants to buy food, diapers and clothes to return to school or work — basic items some may take for granted.
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