LIBOR partners with REALTORS Relief Foundation to assist in Hurricane Ida disaster relief for Long Island Community

The Island Now

Long Island Board of REALTORS in partnership with the REALTORS Relief Foundation (RRF) and New York Association of REALTORS, is providing an opportunity for housing assistance to New York State residents adversely affected by Hurricane Ida, whose flooding and destruction is still evident in many homes throughout the Long Island community.

Assistance is available to qualified applicants towards one of the following options: 1) Monthly mortgage expense for the primary residence that was damaged by the Hurricane Ida Disaster or; 2) Rental cost due to displacement from the primary residence resulting from the Hurricane Ida Disaster. Relief assistance is limited to a maximum of $2,000 per applicant per household.

Deadline for application submission is Oct. 31. For more information and to access the application, visit

The REALTORS® Relief Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to providing housing-related assistance to victims of disasters. Created as a REALTOR®-driven response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, RRF continues to restore and rebuild communities affected by disasters such as wildfires, hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornadoes thanks to the generosity of individual REALTORS®, REALTOR® Associations, and affiliated organizations. Together, through the RRF, our community has helped over 17,000 families remain in their homes. For more information and to donate, visit

“This year marks the 20th anniversary of the REALTORS® Relief Foundation, and since that time the foundation continues to respond to the nation’s biggest disasters, helping our neighbors during times of crisis,” said LIBOR President Susan Helsinger. “As REALTORS®, community is at the heart of what we do, and we are committed to ensuring that our neighbors have a safe place to call home. For those who were negatively impacted by Ida, we urge you to apply for the assistance made available through the foundation.”



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