News Release

Woodmen of the World West Virginia Members Deliver Water for Disaster Relief

July 12, 2012

(West Virginia) - Woodmen of the World members in West Virginia offered disaster assistance to those affected by the severe storm on June 29. With help from the local American Red Cross chapter and other authorities, Woodmen of the World members delivered water to the following disaster relief stations in West Virginia:

  • Clendinin - 5,184 bottles and 250 one gallon jugs of water to Clendinin Fire Department
  • Morgantown area - 5,200 bottles of water
  • Mason County - 5,616 bottles of water to Bob's Distribution Center and 3,360 bottles to the Downtown Huntington Fire Department
  • Milton - 2,880 bottles of water
  • Ona - 5,000 bottles distributed individually and over 800 one gallon jugs to Ona Fire Department
  • Clay County - over 7,000 bottles to the Lizemore Fire Department

 

Woodmen of the World would like to remind members living throughout West Virginia who sustained significant storm damage to their primary residence that they may qualify for a natural disaster benefit. Disaster assistance is one benefit of membership in Woodmen of the World that is intended to help members in time of need. Members should contact their State Service Center at (304) 397-4077 or their local Woodmen of the World Representative or for more information.

Information about Woodmen of the World's Disaster Relief benefit can be found on woodmen.org.

Woodmen of the World was founded in 1890 as a not-for-profit. We give back to our customers and the communities we live in. Today, Woodmen of the World offers insurance, annuities, mutual funds,* and 529 College Savings Plans.* More than 700,000 Woodmen of the World members across the country share a commitment to family, community and country. To learn more about Woodmen of the World, visit woodmen.org.