NFIP Resource Library

Below are media resources—from informational videos to post-disaster photography, customizable post cards to ready-to-use fact sheets—to help you tell the story of flood risk and drive policy sales.

Agents are encouraged to distribute marketing resources during client meetings, on social media, in marketing emails, on company websites, and beyond.

Visit FEMA.gov to order NFIP print materials free of charge or for information on photo and video usage guidelines.

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Customer Acquisition Postcard

Post Card
Customizable

Insurance agents can use this mailer to encourage new customers to purchase flood insurance.

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Customer Retention Email Template - Purchase

Email Template
Customizable

Email template for insurance agents to use to encourage existing customers to purchase flood insurance policies.

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Customer Retention Email Template - Renew

Email Template
Customizable

Email template for insurance agents to use to encourage existing customers to renew their flood insurance policies.

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Customer Retention Postcard

Post Card
Customizable

Insurance agents can use this mailer to encourage existing customers to renew their flood insurance policies.

Damaged paths, Utuado, Puerto Rico

Damaged Paths

Many public-use paths and were damaged by Hurricane Maria, including this one in Caonilla.

Dirt levee to protect against flooding, Minot, ND

Dirt Levee to Protect Against Flooding

Construction crews contracted by the Army Corps of Engineers add height to a dirt levee, in an effort to hold back the Souris River from flooding Minot.

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Disaster Survivors with NFIP Insurance are Encouraged to Apply for Disaster Assistance

Fact Sheet
English/Spanish

Fact sheet outlining possible benefits for NFIP policyholders who apply for disaster assistance following a flood event.