Last Updated on August 7, 2022 by Danielle McDonald
WASHINGTON—FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor has approved Maine for a FEMA grant in the Lost Wages Assistance program. The FEMA grant will permit the state to give out $300 per week, in addition to their regular unemployment benefits for workers affected with COVID-19. The FEMA and the Governor of Maine Janet Mills will collaborate to create a system that makes this funding available for residents of Maine.
Is it more relevant for you to see the Lost Wages Grant for Kentucky?
Former President Trump made up to $44 billion from FEMA’s Disaster Relief Fund accessible to provide financial assistance for Americans affected by the COVID-19 pandemic on August 8, 2020. Nowadays, Maine agreed to run a program to help its residents who lost their jobs due to COVID-19.
You should also check out the Lost Wages Grant for Maryland.
FEMA is looking forward to working with governors from additional states that agree to run a lost wages program to provide financial relief for unemployed Americans.
Have you checked out the federal Pandemic Grants for Individuals?