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Hurricane Laura Recovery and Relief You Can Help

08/31/2020 12:17 PM | Anonymous

Hurricane Laura devastated  Southwestern Louisiana and parts of the Texas coast, almost 15 years to the  day that  Hurricane Katrina devastated the Mississippi and Louisiana coast.   We know that clean up and rebuilding have only just begun.  You can help.

Where to Donate

These organizations are helping people with food, shelter, medicine,  cleaning  and building  supplies and P.P.E.  All of the following are established 501 c3 nonprofit organizations.  If you know of a reputable organization that could be added to this list,  please let us know.

Cajun Navy  Relief

A citizen lead disaster relief  organization,  providing  rescues and  supplies.  It is an established 501 c3 nonprofit.


Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana

It is collecting  donations to be distributed to local organizations for  immediate  relief and in the future  will  provide  grants for  long-term  rebuilding efforts.



Founded  after Hurricane  Katrina this SBP  focuses on quickly rebuilding homes  and  businesses.


Second Harvest Foodbank

Serving Southern Louisiana has locations in Lafayette and New Orleans is  accepting monetary donations and non-donations of  non-perishable food and  other supplies.


United Way of Southwest Louisiana

Text Laura to 40403 or donate online. Collected  funds  will immediate and long-term disaster  relief,  filling unmet needs and providing grants  to other nonprofits and community partner organizations providing direct response services.


Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center

Several of  its centers in the path of Hurricane Laura  had to close.  Now the blood  supply needs to built back up.  If you can give blood,  please consider doing so at one the  17  locations in the  Gulf Coast area.


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