Get a $500 grant if you’re affected by a disaster
If you’ve been impacted by a natural disaster, you may be eligible to receive a $500 disaster relief grant that doesn’t have to be repaid.
If you participate in these Union Plus programs, you may be eligible for a Disaster Grant.
Are you a Union Plus Credit Cardholder?
Call 800-622-2580 to speak directly with a specially trained representative. Representatives in the United States handle all customer service calls to the Union Plus Credit Card Program.*
Not a Union Plus Credit Cardholder?
Union Plus Mortgage, Union Plus Life, Accident, Union Plus Auto Insurance, Union Plus Personal Loan and Union Plus Retiree Healthcare holders should call 800-472-2005 to speak to a Union Plus staff member.
Your questions, answered.
If you have questions about disaster relief grants, please contact one of the following:
Union Plus Credit Cardholders
Union Plus Mortgage
Union Plus Life, Accident and Auto Insurance
Union Plus Retiree Healthcare
Union Plus Personal Loan holders
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More helpful benefits
If you’re facing mortgage payment problems, talk to a HUD-certified housing counselor. It’s free and confidential.
Get a free consumer credit counseling session to help you catch up on your credit card bills.
If you’re on strike, you may be eligible for a grant that you'll never need to repay.
*Union Plus Credit Cards are issued by Capital One, N.A. pursuant to a license by Mastercard International Incorporated. Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.
These hardship assistance grants are provided and administered through the AFL-CIO Mutual Benefit Plan (“The Plan”). Certain administrative responsibilities for the Plan have been delegated to Union Privilege. Union Privilege is the non-profit organization established to create and oversee member benefit programs for working families. Grants may not be offered in every state. Coverage may be underwritten and managed by companies that are not affiliated with Capital One, N.A.