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ALABAMA Unclaimed Money Unclaimed Money
State Treasury
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 302520
Montgomery, AL 36130-2520
Phone No. (888) 844-8400
Fax No. (334) 242-9620

ALASKA Unclaimed Money
Unclaimed Property
PO Box 110420
Juneau, AK 99811-0420
Phone: 907.465.3726
Fax: 907.465.2394

ARIZONA Unclaimed Money
Department of Revenue
Unclaimed Property Unit Site Code 604
P.O. Box 29026
Phoenix, AZ 85038-9026
Phone No. 602-364-0380
Fax No. 602-542-2089

ARKANSAS Unclaimed Money
Unclaimed Property Division
Auditor of State
1400 W. 3rd St., Suite 100
Little Rock, AR 72201-1811
Phone No. 1-800-252-4648
Phone No. 501-682-6000
Fax No. (501) 682-6005

CALIFORNIA Unclaimed Money
State Controller Steve Westly
Division of Collections - Bureau of Unclaimed Property
3301 C Street, Suite 712
P.O. Box 942850
Sacramento, CA 94250-5873
Phone No. (916) 323-2827
Phone No. 1-800-992-4647
Fax No. (916) 323-2851

COLORADO Unclaimed Money
The Great Colorado Payback Office
1120 Lincoln Street
Suite 1004
Denver, CO 80203
Phone No. (303) 894-2443
Phone No . (800) 825-2111
Fax No. (303) 894-2351
Email: greatcopayback@qwest.net

CONNECTICUT Unclaimed Money
Office of State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
PO Box 5065
Hartford, CT 06102
Phone No. (800) 833-7318
Fax No. (860) 702-3044

DELAWARE Unclaimed Money
Bureau of Abandoned Property
P.O. Box 8931
Wilmington, DE 19899
Phone No. (302) 577-8205
Fax No. (302) 577-8656

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Unclaimed Money
Office of Finance & Treasury
Unclaimed Property Unit
810 1st Street NE, Room 401
Washington, DC 20002
Phone No. (202) 442-8181
Fax No. (202) 442-8180
Email: DCUnclaimed.Property@dc.gov

FLORIDA Unclaimed Money
Department of Financial Services
Tom Gallagher, Chief Financial Officer
200 E. Gaines Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0358
Phone No. (850) 410-9253
Fax No. (850)410-9728
Phone No. FL only 1-888-258-2253
Email: funclaim@dfs.state.fl.us

GEORGIA Unclaimed Money
Georgia Department of Revenue
Property Tax Division
Unclaimed Property Section
4245 International Parkway, Suite A
Hapeville, GA 30354-3918
Phone No. (404) 968-0490
Fax No. (404) 968-0772
Email: ucpmail@gatax.org

HAWAII Unclaimed Money
Georgia Department of Revenue
Property Tax Division
Unclaimed Property Section
4245 International Parkway, Suite A
Hapeville, GA 30354-3918
Phone No. (404) 968-0490
Fax No. (404) 968-0772
Email: ucpmail@gatax.org

IDAHO Unclaimed Money
Idaho State Tax Commission
Unclaimed Property Section
P.O. Box 36
Boise, ID 83722-0410
Phone No. (208) 334-7623
Phone No. (800) 972-7660 Ext. 7627
Fax No. (208) 364-7392

ILLINOIS Unclaimed Money
Office of State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
PO Box 19495
Springfield, IL 62794-9495
Phone No. (217) 785-6992
Fax No. (217) 557-5871

INDIANA Unclaimed Money
Attorney General's Office
Unclaimed Property Division
402 W. Washington, Ste. C-531
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone No. (317) 232-6348
Fax No. (317) 232-7979
Email: UPD@atg.state.in.us

IOWA Unclaimed Money
Michael L. Fitzgerald, State Treasurer
The Great Iowa Treasure Hunt
Lucas State Office Building
321 East 12th Street
1st Floor
Des Moines, IA 50319
Phone No. (515) 281-5367
Fax No. (515) 242-6962
Email: foundit@tos.state.ia.us

KANSAS Unclaimed Money
State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
900 Jackson Suite 201
Topeka, KS 66612-1235
Phone No. (785) 296-4165
Fax No. (785) 296-7950
Email: Unclaimed@treasurer.state.ks.us

KENTUCKY Unclaimed Money
Treasury of Kentucky
Unclaimed Property Division
Capitol Annex, Suite 183
Frankfort, KY 40601
Phone No. (800) 465-4722
Fax No. (502) 564-4200
Email: Unclaimed.property@mail.state.ky.us

LOUISIANA Unclaimed Money
State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 91010
Baton Rouge, LA 70821
Phone No. 225-219-9400
Fax No. (225) 342-0046

MAINE Unclaimed Money
State Treasurer's Office
Unclaimed Property Division
39 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0039
Phone No. (207) 624-7470
Phone No. (888) 283-2808 (ME only)
Fax No. (207) 287-6842
Email: unclaimed.property@Maine.gov

MARYLAND Unclaimed Money
Unclaimed Property Unit
301 W. Preston Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-2385
Phone No. (800) 782-7383
Phone No. (410) 767-1700
Fax No. (410) 333-7150
Email: unclaim@comp.state.md.us

MASSACHUSETTS Unclaimed Money
Dept of the State Treasurer
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Abandoned Property Division
1 Ashburton Place, 12th Floor
Boston, MA 02108
Phone No. (617) 367-0400
Fax No. (617) 248-3944

MICHIGAN Unclaimed Money
Department of Treasury
Unclaimed Property Division
PO Box 30756
Lansing, MI 48922
Phone No. (517) 636-5320
Fax No. (517) 636-5324

MINNESOTA Unclaimed Money
Minnesota Department of Commerce
Unclaimed Property Division
85 7th Place East, Suite 500
St. Paul, MN 55101-3165
Phone No. 651-296-2568
Phone No. 800-925-5668 (MN only)
Fax No. 651-284-4108
Email: unclaimed.property@state.mn.us

MISSISSIPPI Unclaimed Money
Treasury Department
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 138
Jackson, MS 39205-0138
Phone No. (601) 359-3600
Fax No. (601) 359-2001

MISSOURI Unclaimed Money
State Treasurer's Office
Unclaimed Property Section
P.O. Box 1272
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Phone No. (573) 751-2411
Fax No. (573) 751-9443
Email: treasurer@treasurer.mo.gov

MONTANA Unclaimed Money
Department of Revenue
ATTN: Unclaimed Property
P.O. Box 5805
Helena, MT 59604-5805
Phone No. (406) 444-6900
Fax No. (406) 444-0722
Email: dspurlock@state.mt.us

NEBRASKA Unclaimed Money
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 94788
Lincoln, NE 68509
Phone No. (402) 471-2455
Fax No. (402) 471-4390
Email: info@treasurer.org

NEVADA Unclaimed Money
Office of the State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
555 E Washington Avenue
Suite 4200
Las Vegas, NV 89101-1070
Phone No. (702) 486-4140
Fax No. (702) 486-4177
Email: unclaimed@NevadaTreasurer.com

NEW HAMPSHIRE Unclaimed Money
Treasury Department
Unclaimed Property Division
25 Capitol Street , Room 121
Concord , NH 03301
Phone No. (603) 271-2619
Fax No. (603) 271-3922
Email: ap@treasury.state.nh.us

NEW JERSEY Unclaimed Money
Unclaimed Property
P.O. Box 214
Trenton, NJ 08695-0214
Attn: Claims Section
Phone No. (609) 292-6400
Fax No. (609) 984-0593
Email: taxation@tax.state.nj.us

NEW MEXICO Unclaimed Money
Taxation & Revenue Department
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 25123
Santa Fe, NM 87504-5123
Phone No. (505) 827-0767
Fax No. (505) 827-1759
Email: poffice@state.nm.us

NEW YORK Unclaimed Money
State Comptroller
Office of Unclaimed Funds
110 State Street
Albany, NY 12236
Phone No. (518) 270-2200
Phone No. (800) 221-9311 (NY only)
Fax No. (518) 473-2177

NORTH CAROLINA Unclaimed Money
Department of State Treasurer
Esheat & Unclaimed Property
325 North Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC 27603-1385
Phone No. (919) 508-5176
Fax No. (919) 508-5167
Email: unclaimed.property@treasurer.state.nc.us

NORTH DAKOTA Unclaimed Money
State Land Department
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 5523
Bismarck, ND 58506-5523
Phone No. (701) 328-2800
Fax No. (701) 328-3650
Email: llfisher@state.nd.us

OHIO Unclaimed Money
Department of Commerce
Division of Unclaimed Funds
77 South High Street - 20th FL
Columbus, OH 43215-6108
Phone No. (614) 466-4433
Fax No. (614) 752-5078
Email: unfd.claims@com.state.oh.us

OKLAHOMA Unclaimed Money
Oklahoma State Treasurer's Office
Unclaimed Property Division
4545 North Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 106
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-3413
Phone No. (405) 521-4275
Fax No. (405) 521-2146
Email: Unclaimed @treas.state.ok.us

OREGON Unclaimed Money
Department of State Lands
Trust Property Section
775 Summer Street NE Suite 100
Salem, OR 97301-1279
Phone No. (503) 378-3805
Fax No. (503) 378-4844
Email: claims@dsl.state.or.us

PENNSYLVANIA Unclaimed Money
State Treasurer Barbara Hafer
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 1837
Harrisburg, PA 17105-1837
Phone No. (800) 222-2046
Fax No. (717) 787-9079

RHODE ISLAND Unclaimed Money
Department of Treasury
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 1435
Providence, RI 02901-1435
Phone No. (401) 222-6505
Fax No. (401) 274-3865
Email: treasury@treasury.state.ri.us

SOUTH CAROLINA Unclaimed Money
Unclaimed Property Program
State Treasurer’s Office
PO Box 11778
Columbia, SC 29211-1778
Phone No. (803) 737-4771
Fax No. (803) 734-2668
Email: payback@sto.state.sc.us
SOUTH DAKOTA Unclaimed Money
Office of the State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property
500 E Capitol Ave.
Pierre, SD 57501-5070
Phone No. (605) 773-3379
Fax No. (605) 773-3115
Email: unclaimed@sdtreasurer.com

TENNESSEE Unclaimed Money
Unclaimed Property Division
9th Fl, Andrew Jackson State Office Bld
Nashville, TN 37243
Phone No. (615) 741-6499
Fax No. (615) 734-6458
Email: UCP.Information@state.tn.us

TEXAS Unclaimed Money
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 12019
Austin, TX 78711-2019
Phone No. 1-800-564-3463
Fax No. (512) 936-6224
Email: unclaimed.property@cpa.state.tx.us

UTAH Unclaimed Money
State Treasurer's Office
Unclaimed Property Division
341 South Main St., 5th Floor
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Phone No. (801) 320-5360
Phone No. (888) 217-1203
Fax No. (801) 533-4096

VERMONT Unclaimed Money
State Treasurer's Office
Unclaimed Property Division
133 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05633-6200
Phone No. (802) 828-2407
Fax No. (802) 828-2772

VIRGINIA Unclaimed Money
Department of Treasury
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 2478
Richmond, VA 23218-2478
Phone No. (800) 468-1088
Phone No. (804) 225-2142
Fax No. (804) 786-4653
Email: ucpmail@trs.state.va.us

WASHINGTON Unclaimed Money
Department of Revenue
Unclaimed Property Section
PO Box 47477
Olympia, WA 98504-7477
Phone No. (360) 586-2311
Phone No. 800-435-2429 (WA only)
Fax No. (360) 586-2163

WEST VIRGINIA Unclaimed Money
Office of State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
One Players Club Drive
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone No. (800) 642-8687
Fax No. (304) 558-4835

WISCONSIN Unclaimed Money
State Treasurer's Office
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 2114
Madison, WI 53701-2114
Phone No. (608) 267-7977
Fax No. (608) 261-6799
Email: unclaim@ost.state.wi.us

WYOMING Unclaimed Money
Unclaimed Property
2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 502
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone No. (307) 777-5590
Fax No. (307) 777-5430
Email: wyomingup@state.wy.us

 

NCUA provides a list of members who have unclaimed shares.
You may browse the entire list by pressing the Search button or search by certain criteria. If you find your name and believe we may be holding funds for you please follow the instructions below.

 

Why does NCUA have unclaimed property? When a credit union with federal insurance is liquidated, NCUA's Asset Management and Assistance Center (AMAC) is responsible for paying the share accounts to the members. Invariably, some items may remain unclaimed. Some checks are never cashed; or the credit union's address information was incomplete. There are also cases when we don't have a recent address and are unable to receive a forwarding address from the post office.

 

Share accounts claimed within the 18-month insurance period are paid at their full insured amount. At the expiration of the 18-month insurance period, shares that are not claimed are considered uninsured and written down to share in the loss to the NCUSIF. Even if shares are uninsured when they are claimed, there may still be a distribution.

 

On rare occasions the liquidation of a credit union may result in surplus funds. If a surplus remains, a distribution to the shareholders is required. This may occur several years after the credit union is liquidated and it is sometimes difficult to locate these members.

 

Did you find your name? If you find your name, and currently or at one time lived in the city or state indicated, and you had funds in the referenced credit union, please send your current name and address to us.

  • Download the form. If you're not sure if you are the person listed, fill out the top half of the form only. We will use your social security number and signature to identify you. If you are fairly certain that you are the person listed, fill out the bottom half of the form and have it notarized. Please send it to the address listed on the form.

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4807 Spicewood Springs Road
Suite 5100
Austin Texas 78759
Phone: 512-231-7900
FAX: 518-231-7920

E-Mail : amacmail@ncua.gov

We will use your social security number and your signature to identify you. We will compare the information you provide to the credit union's records.

  


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Understanding the many aspects of grants should be the first step to any grant search.

Grant seeking is a complicated and long process. understanding-grants.com will help you turn things around. We will help you fully understand the process of grant making: from grant search to grant proposal writing up to the time you are ready to submit your grant application!

Find everything you need to know through this site and our affiliate sites. We assure you, after reading through all our informative sites, your grant search will become an easy, enjoyable and results-driven experience!

Before you are able to understand everything there is to know about grants, you must make yourself familiar with the various grant related terms. Understanding these will sure help make your grant searching easier.

1. 501c3 - A non-profit organization recognized as charity. Many grant making agencies require grant applicants to be 501c3s.

2. Application package - An electronic file that includes all forms needed for a specific grant application such as project narrative, budget, etc. It also contains information about the issuing agency, the opportunity, Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) numbers, the opening and closing dates for the grants, and the agency’s point of contact. Every grant making agency has its own application package.

3. Budget - A quantitative plan of activities and programs expressed in terms of assets, liabilities, revenues, and expenses.

4. CFDA number - A unique number created in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) database. It traces all domestically-funded Federal programs available to state and local governments.

5. Demonstration grant - A grant given to organizations or groups to help establish an innovative project or program to serve as a model. If it succeeds, others may replicate the project.

6. Designated fund - A restricted type of fund held by a community foundation where the usage of funds is strictly specified by the grant making agencies.

7. Disability Grant - A grant given to individuals with physical or mental disability who are no longer fit to work or gain employment.

8. Donation - A gift to a fund or cause, typically for charitable reasons.

9. DUNS number - A unique nine-character identification number provided by the commercial company, Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) for organizations applying for Federal grants.

10. Educational grant - A grant meant to fund educational institutions or non-profit organizations focused on: catching the interest of students and enhance their performances in Science, Mathematics, Technology and other related fields, improving the skills, knowledge and abilities of institution’s faculty members, encouraging local and national educational reforms, carrying out pilot programs or research in the areas of Science, Mathematics, or Technology Education in all levels, and developing instructional materials to generate network of information on services for education.

Getting a grant whether to support an individual or an organization’s need is always a long and difficult process. This starts from finding an appropriate grant making agency to writing the grant proposal up to submitting the final grant application. As always, searching for the fitting grant making agency takes most of the time in the whole grant making process. 

Here are some basic tips on how to save time finding the perfect grant maker match for you or your organization:

1. Check first potential grant making agencies in your locality. Most grant making agencies prefer to give grants to applicants within their geographic location. This is a common mistake of grant seekers. Instead of checking the available resources in their area first, they tend to go somewhere else making the grant search a longer process.
2. Check out the priorities and interests of your prospective grant making agency. This will help determine if they can support your project or not. You can save time and effort by sending proposals to only those who can potentially provide the funding you need.
3. Spend some time researching on your potential grant making agencies' past and current grant programs. From this, you can ascertain your chances of being awarded the free money.
4. In your research, find out also the nature of the population your grant making agency will be interested to support. Are they interested with the youth, elderly, Asian groups or only women groups? Having a clear idea on this will help you pin down possible grant making agencies interested for your cause.
5. Lastly, check out the specific purposes your grant making agency will make their free money available to. There are grant making agencies that support operating budget while there are those that primarily support building funds. Others give grant to support purchase of equipment while others provide seed money. Whatever their specific purpose is, knowing this helps eliminate grant making agencies that do not have your same purpose.


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