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BTA Disaster Grant Program Can Provide Relief for Dealer Members

Monday, September 14, 2020  
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In 1992, the Business Technology Association (BTA; then NOMDA) established the association's Disaster Grant Program at the time of Hurricane Andrew. The program was established to lend emergency financial support to BTA dealer members who have suffered a loss due to a natural disaster. Relief offered by the program is considered a grant and does not require repayment to the association. Awards vary based on the balance in the fund and are determined by the BTA national officers. Due to the urgent nature of disaster relief, recipients will be contacted by a BTA representative as efficiently and effectively as possible.

Consideration for a grant is based on the information provided via this online grant application. Those affected by Hurricane Sally, Hurricane Laura, Tropical Storm Marco, the Iowa derecho and the recent wildfires can apply here:

If additional information will clarify your specific need for the BTA officers' analysis, please use the "comments" section in the application. You can also email photos or additional information to The questions in the application provide a basis for the BTA officers to respond in an appropriate and expedient manner.

Notification of grants will be determined based on the fund balance, the number of applicants and merits of application.

To donate to the Disaster Grant Program, click here.

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