Stay Strong Louisiana and Mississippi
Our thoughts are with our friends, family, coworkers, partners, and customers affected by Hurricane Ida.
Our thanks go to all the frontline responders, rescue workers, and volunteers risking their safety and lives to assist those in need.
And to the numerous teams of workers from multiple states racing to restore power, we would like to extend our deepest gratitude.
How to Help
Reporters share stories describing “catastrophic damage” and “devastation” to areas hardest hit by the hurricane and subsequent flooding in Louisiana, Mississippi, and surrounding regions. Many buildings, bridges, and roadways were simply no match for the powerful storm.
But the people of the Gulf Coast are survivors. They are strong and resilient, with a powerful dedication to rebuild. We believe in the people of Louisiana and Mississippi. We know they will successfully repair, restore, and reestablish their proud communities for a better tomorrow. But for today, they can use our help.
Financial contributions are considered the fastest, most flexible method of donating to assist disaster victims. Organizers in the area are able to buy necessary items in bulk. Any amount of money helps.
Find a list of trusted organizations accepting cash donations here.
American Red Cross
The Red Cross is an established organization that has been assisting disaster victims for over a century. Volunteers provide food, shelter, and even emotional support to those in need.
Click to make a donation to the Red Cross.
If you are interested in volunteering, check out the most-needed Red Cross volunteer opportunities here.
Catholic Charities of Acadiana is deploying staff, assets, and volunteer teams to affected areas in South Louisiana. The organization offers both short- and long-term assistance.
Click to donate to the Catholic Charities Hurricane Ida Disaster Response.
The United Way of Southeast Louisiana is accepting donations and is looking for volunteers. Click for more information.