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The Texas Retired Teachers Foundation (TRTF), the charitable partner organization of the Texas Retired Teachers Association (TRTA), expresses its sincere gratitude to our generous TRTA members for their recent donations to the Disaster Relief program. The Disaster Relief program assists retired and active school personnel experiencing critical losses or damage to homes and property caused by a widespread disaster. Recently, Texas has experienced two such disasters—record-breaking wildfires in the Panhandle and extensive flooding in the Houston area. TRTF recently has received more than $30,000 in donations for the Disaster Relief program and has funds available through its long-term program to provide support to those struggling due to these disasters. If you or a fellow TRS member has experienced damage due to these devasting fires or floods, please send an email to to request an application. Applicants do not need to be a member of TRTA to be eligible for assistance.