How to help victims of Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana on Sunday, the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina as a category 4 hurricane.

Currently, over 1 million people are without power and water.

Here are some ways to help immediately with local on-the-ground efforts. We will make our best to keep this list updated. Please let us know if you know of other creditable institutions or people in need.

Another Gulf is Possible

Who they are: a women-of-color, grassroots collaborative.
How they help: distribute donations on the ground level to support vulnerable families and communities impacted by Hurricane Ida.
Click here to learn more and donate.

The Mutual Aid Response Network

Who they are: a group of Lousiana residents, led by Imagine Water Works that activates during floods, storms, and other natural and man-made disasters.
How they help: all donations to this fund will support relief and recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Ida, as well as essential preparation for the rest of hurricane season.
Click here to learn more and donate.

The Cajun Navy

Who they are: a group of volunteer Lousiana boat owners - consisting of small vessels such as bass boats, jon boats, airboats, and other small, shallow-draft craft easily transported to flooded areas.
How they help: assist in search-and-rescue efforts. 
Click here to learn more and donate.


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