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CAPS Strike Hardship Pay Information Released

CAPS Strike Hardship Fund Application. Your CAPS Board of Directors have been hard at work to establish the CAPS Strike Hardship Fund, and to ensure that the money from the Fund is disbursed equitably and with maximum beneficial impact. Applications will be evaluated utilizing a rubric, then funds will be distributed to members in good standing, who participated in the CAPS Strike on all days they were called to between November 15 and 17, 2023, and who demonstrate a financial hardship caused by participating in the CAPS Strike. Any Strike Hardship Pay disbursed will also be dependent on the availability of funds. 

Learn more about the  CAPS Strike Hardship Fund, including answers to your Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), at the information page, here. Please be sure to read the information page before you fill out the application

Be sure to have your CAPS Membership ID# available should you submit an application, here is your CAPS Membership ID#: . If the space after the “ID#” is blank in the preceding sentence, and you have not received your CAPS Membership ID# before at either your personal or work email address, please contact caps@capsscientists.org. Please be sure to check both of your email accounts (including spam folders) before contacting CAPS. 

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