Food & Goods
The best way to provide food during a disaster response is through online cash donations to a food bank or similar organization. Cash donations allow food banks to buy from local businesses in order to fill gaps in the types of edible goods they’ve received.
Non-perishable, high-protein food donations are always appreciated, but keep in mind that they will need to be sorted, repacked, and distributed.
Organizations will provide specific instructions on when and where to drop off requested supplies.
- Household Items
- Clean Up Supplies
- Children's Supplies
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Baton Rouge Food Bank
The Baton Rouge Food Bank lost their entire fleet of supplies and inventory of food. They are being assisted by Second Harvest Food Bank of New Orleans among countless other organizations. Food and drink are served at pantrys, Learn More
Trach Mommas of Louisiana
On September 24, 2016, Trach Mommas of Louisiana is having 14 pallets of medical supplies delivered from Boston donated to help the medically fragile, medical tech-dependent kids and adults in this disaster recovery. They need help unloading 14 pallets, Learn More
Team Comeback Kids
Team Comeback Kids’s mission is to collect school supplies to fill backpacks for students, then help teachers and school administrators stock their classrooms with whatever they need. Parents, school staff, and community organizers can fill out request forms for supplies. Learn More
Second Harvest Food Bank
Second Harvest Food Bank of New Orleans has already delivered more than 799,000 pounds of supplies across South Louisiana, helping more than 80,000 people in 19 parishes. They are in need of monetary donations or high-protein bulk food items. Learn More
Capital Area United Way
The Capital Area United Way is collecting specific items for drop off in Baton Rouge. Please look at their site for more specific needs. Learn More
United Way of Southeast Louisiana
The United Way of Southeast Louisiana has closed it’s dropoff locations and is now asking that donations be made in the following way:
All truck, flatbed, 18 wheeler deliveries should be made to: Multi-Agency Disaster Warehouse, Learn More
Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools
This association compiled several ways that the Louisiana charter school community can help those in neighborhoods that have been devastated by the recent flooding: School Fundraising Sites/Wish Lists, Relief Funds, Donation Collection and Adopt a LAPCS School. Learn More
In conjunction with private partnerships, Direct Relief supplies medical aid, specifically to aid those with chronic medical conditions. They deliver essential supplies such as insulin, inhalers, vaccines, antibiotics, wound-care products, and personal care items. Direct Relief makes $36 million in medical inventory available, Learn More
Stand for Children Louisiana
Stand for Children Louisiana has set up an Amazon Wish List to help fill the immediate, personal needs of students, parents and educators who have been affected by flood damage. The list is based on the needs that were expressed by the individuals themselves. Learn More
Evacuteer.org is now referring all flood relief volunteers to other disaster recovery agencies who are working in the Baton Rouge area to help families return to safe, stable, healthy housing.
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