Hurriane Ida: How to Help Storm Victims

How to Help Victims of Hurricane Ida

Recommendations from the City of New Orleans:

The city of New Orleans says they are NOT accept money. New Orleans officials recommend donating to The United Way of Southeast Louisiana and The Great New Orleans Foundation. The city is asking for meals and prepared non-perishable meals, as well as generators and charging stations.

American Red Cross:

The American Red Cross currently has over 600 volunteers in Louisiana and Mississippi. They are collaborating with other organizations and have opened dozens of evacuation shelters across the state. People can find shelters and supplies by calling 211, 800-733-2767. You can also donate to the organization here: redcross.org

Mutual Aid Disaster Relief:

This organization is looking for volunteers to help those in need and to provide supplies. Those who are interested in volunteering can apply here: Mutual Aid Volunteer

Project HOPE:

Project HOPE has been helping the state of Louisiana since Hurricane Katrina. They are sending out 11 volunteers and will be giving out 8,000 hygiene kits which include shampoo, soap, a toothbrush, deodorant, washcloth and a first-aid kit. They will also be giving out N-95 masks to help prevent the spread of COVID. You can donate here: Project HOPE

The Salvation Army:

The Salvation Army emergency crew in Texas is ready to assist the victims of Louisiana. They are providing 35 mobile kitchens and two field kitchens that can produce up to 20,000 meals a day. You can donate to help with relief efforts here: SalvationArmy

source: USAtoday.com

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