GCADA joins the Ohio Automobile Dealers Association in its effort to support the NADA Foundation’s Emergency Relief Fund. In the aftermath of torrential flooding in the Baton Rouge-Lafayette area, many families have been left with extensive damage to their homes. To make matters worse, these areas are not located in flood zones, meaning that most were not required to have flood insurance.
The maximum FEMA payout is $30,000, with the average payout around $10,000. The NADA Foundation’s Emergency Relief Fund is helping to make up the shortfall for dealership employees affected by the flooding. Just a week ago, $40,000 in payments were made to the families of employees at just one Baton Rouge dealership location.
If you are interested in helping out, you can learn more about the Emergency Relief Fund and contribute via donations online at NADA’s website. You can also share this video on the flooding, and its impact on dealership employees’ families.