The State of Louisiana dedicated webpage for organizations directly responding to SW Louisiana.
More at https://gov.louisiana.gov/page/hurricane-laura-donations
The City of New Orleans dedicated webpage for organizations directly responding to SW Louisiana.
More at http://ready.nola.gov/give
Local economic development organizations have partnered to gather donations for the SWLA Economic Development Alliance.
United Way of Southeast Louisiana has created a Disaster Relief Fund to provide assistance to individuals and families that have been impacted by Hurricane Laura.
The Greater New Orleans Foundation Disaster Response and Restoration Fund mobilizes and supports a network of voluntary and community organizations active in disasters (VOADS and COADS) whose expertise is deployed locally, nationally and internationally.
The Junior League of New Orleans is working with the City of New Orleans to support evacuees from SW Louisiana with donations, as well as sending supplies to Southwest Louisiana.
The Mutual Aid Response Network is a group of Louisiana residents, led by Imagine Water Works, that activates during floods, storms, and other natural and manmade disasters. All donations will go directly to local groups in Southwest Louisiana and will prioritize the leadership of Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) who are most impacted by Hurricane Laura.
You can help Second Harvest provide relief to individuals and communities impacted by Hurricane Laura. Second Harvest is distributing emergency food, water, and supplies, and we will be helping our neighbors recover from this devastating storm during the long months ahead.
If you would like to donate to the Red Cross, you can do so on their dedicated website.
Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana has created a fund to collect donations to help with storm recovery.
SBP is asking for local volunteers and donations, which will go to supplies for home rebuilding, and P.P.E. for their team members and other needs
Louisiana Baptists, a network of 1600 churches, has trained volunteers preparing to help clean up and feed the hungry. The organization has listed the materials it most needs on its website, including bleach, buckets, rubber gloves and other cleaning materials. It encourages cash donations, as well.
The Salvation Army has set up more than 15 mobile feeding stations to aid first-responders and survivors across Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas. You can donate on its website to help provide food and other supplies.
Americares has set up a dedicated relief fund to support its deliveries of medicine, personal protective equipment, or P.P.E., and medical supplies to disaster areas.
United Way of Southwest Louisiana has set up a fund to support both short- and long-term relief efforts. You can text LAURA to 40403 to donate, or do so on their website.
All Hands and Hearts is an emergency response organization that deploys volunteers to disaster sites to help with cleaning, rebuilding homes and creating a long-term recovery plan. You can donate to its Hurricane Laura Relief fund or sign up to volunteer.
Mercy Chefs, which was founded after Hurricane Katrina, is providing meals to those affected by the storm. You may donate or sign up to be a volunteer on their website.
GoFundMe has set up a dedicated page for all fund-raisers in support of Hurricane Laura victims, whether created by the impacted families themselves or other concerned citizens.
You can donate to Family Promise, an organization helping to support those displaced or facing homelessness as a result of the storm.
GlobalGiving has set up a fund to support people impacted by Hurricane Laura in the form of emergency aid like food, water, medicine, and shelter.
AARP Foundation has set up a relief fund to support victims of Hurricane Laura and will match contributions, dollar for dollar, up to $500,000. One hundred percent of all funds will be directed toward organizations providing relief and assistance to those in need in the stricken areas.