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IBEW Hurricane Disaster Fund
Dear Sisters and Brothers:

Please see an important letter regarding the IBEW Hurricane Disaster Fund.

Hurricane Harvey has wreaked devastation on the city of Houston, cities throughout the Gulf Coast region, and the island of Puerto Rico.  Hurricane Irma is threatening the southeastern United States, we call on IBEW members throughout the United States and Canada to stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters and support the Hurricane Disaster Fund.

The money collected by the fund will be used to provide urgent relief to those most in need, including those who have lost their homes or sustained severe flooding damage.

Please make checks payable to the IBEW Unity Fund, indicating “Hurricane Disaster Fund” in the memo portion.  IBEW members may make contributions with a credit card at https://secure.ibew.org/unityfund/.

Please give what you can and show what true IBEW solidarity can accomplish.

Fraternally yours,

Lonnie R. Stephenson

International President


Sep 11, 2017
Thousands of IBEW linemen and tree trimmers are preparing for the state’s worst natural disaster since Andrew in 1992. That storm did more than $26 billion in damage and left nearly 1.5 million Floridians without power at its peak.
Sep 11, 2017

Sep 11, 2017
A convoy of 25 trucks from over 15 Minnesota utility companies leaving Rochester for Hurricane Irma recovery efforts. Escorted by Rochester Police and Olmsted County Sheriff Departments, this was an impressive sight as they rolled down Hwy. 52.


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