HURRICANE IDA HAS DEVASTATED OUR REGION
AND OUR NEIGHBORS NEED HELP
AMERICAN RED CROSS of LOUISIANA
The Louisiana Region of the Red Cross serves the 4.65 million residents in the 64-parish state while supporting others across the country and around the world.
They continue to work with federal, state, and local partners as well as non-governmental agencies to support the needs of areas affected by Ida. They have positioned supplies such as meals, water, and generators to assist states with impacts from this storm. More than 2,400 FEMA employees are deployed to various states and are ready to provide additional support as needed.
Visit the FEMA Facebook page to get up-to-date information and advice on navigating this disastrous event.
232-HELP / Louisiana 211
232-HELP and Louisiana 211 are able to locate resources to help you with health issues, rent and utility assistance, food, clothing, education, volunteer, and donor opportunities.
A simple call to 211 is answered by a live call specialist equipped to listen to your needs and locate available help and information near you. They are ready to respond to you, 24 hours a day and seven days a week, from anywhere in Louisiana.
If you prefer to talk to them via text, you can reach their teams by texting your zip code to 898-211. Your call to 211 is confidential.
For non-English speakers, their live specialists enlist an immediate translator for the duration of the phone call so they can provide accurate help.
UNITED WAY PARTNERS
CAPITAL AREA UNITED WAY
Capital Area United Way will be accepting donations to support the immediate and long-term needs of the response and recovery efforts from Hurricane Ida. All donations to this fund will be used for response and recovery.
Text Ida2021 to 313131
Mail or drop off monetary donations to Capital Area United Way, 700 Laurel Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70802. Checks made payable to CAUW. Memo: Hurricane Ida.
Visit www.cauw.org/disaster for more information.
UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA
Text EMBRACELA to 91999
Mail a check or money order to United Way of Northeast Louisiana, 1201 Hudson Lane, Monroe, LA 71201. Please indicate a donation to the UWNELA Embrace Louisiana Fund in the memo of your check or money order.
Goods donations can be dropped off at United Way of Northeast Louisiana,1201 Hudson Lane, Monroe, LA 71201 on Sunday, August 29 from 1:00-5:00 pm and Monday, August 30 from 8:00 am-5:00 pm: Diapers, Baby wipes, Trash bags, Coffee, Pillows, Blankets, and Cups.
UNITED WAY OF ACADIANA
Hurricane Ida has devastated our neighbors in Eastern Louisiana. Please donate today to help! All donations go directly to making a difference for our cause. You can find more options for donating at launitedway.org/helpla.
united way of southeast louisiana
United Way of Southeast Louisiana is here before, during, and after disasters. When a disaster strikes, your gift helps families get back in their homes, rebuild schools and businesses, and give our vulnerable neighbors the care they need. United Way works with local organizations to thoughtfully build strategies to create resilient communities.
Mail or drop off monetary donations to United Way Southeast Louisiana, 2515 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70119. Checks made payable to UWSELA. Memo: Hurricane Ida.