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Monroe County Flooding Disaster Recovery & Relief

 

“Where do I start?”

The historic flooding of 2018 and its aftermath have devastated our communities. F&M Bank is here to help. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Bank customer or not – this is about community and family. We are here to help get our communities back on their feet with a Monroe County Disaster Recovery Account to help affected businesses and individuals.  Plus, F&M Bank will match the first $1,000 of donations. 

Disaster Recovery Account.

F&M Bank has set up a Monroe County Disaster Recovery Account where people can make donations for those impacted by this terrible storm.  Donations can be made at either of our locations in Tomah:

F&M Bank Main Branch

1001 Superior Ave

 

F&M Bank Convenience Center

Located behind the Main Bank Parking Lot

 

F&M Bank North Branch

1500 N. Superior Ave

 

Donations can also be mailed to:

F&M Bank

Attn: MC Disaster Recovery

PO Box 409

Tomah, WI 54660

 

Donations will be accepted through October 31st, 2018.  Funds will then be disbursed to the United Way of Monroe County for the Flood Victims in Monroe County. 

 

Disaster Recovery Loans*

F&M Bank is also offering Disaster Relief Loans to individuals and business affected by flood damage.  You can apply by calling 608-372-2126 or stop by our Main Office or North Tomah Branch to apply in person.  

 

Individuals: Click here to request more information.

Businesses: Click here to request more information.

 

*Loans are subject to credit approval. One loan per household or business. Applications must be received on or before 10/31/2018.

 

Report Damage.

To report home or business damage, dial 2-1-1

2-1-1 is a free, confidential referral and information service that connects you with a specialist to help you find the support services you need. If you have not already done so, please contact this number anytime, 24-7.

Reporting damage also helps the community as a whole. FEMA resources are allocated based on total reported damage to an entire area. Reporting your damage will help FEMA and other government agencies determine how much assistance our community needs.

In addition to contacting this number, we also encourage you to document any damage and reach out to your insurance provider(s).

Other Resources:

United Way