Donate Time and Energy
Your time and effort will be invaluable in this recovery effort. Over 40,000 homes were destroyed by flooding, and many organizations are in need of volunteers to gut and clean houses.
You can also contribute in other ways like distributing food and material goods, donating blood or volunteering at a shelter.
- Specialized Services
- Mental & Physical Health
- Food Prep & Distribution
- Clean Up
Choose a category to refine your search:
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.
SBP (FORMERLY ST. Learn More
The Cajun Army: Volunteers
The Cajun Army’s vision is to directly connect the needs of the community with those willing to serve. They are looking for volunteers to join a demolition group, food preparation and distribution, or hosting people at your home. Learn More
Together Baton Rouge
Together Baton Rouge set up a fund to hire locals from affected areas to gut and muck homes, first prioritizing the elderly, disabled, families with children, and those still living in mold-infected homes. Check the website for updates and donations. Learn More
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Baton Rouge: Volunteers
Habitat for Humanity is looking for volunteers for gutting, mucking, and disaster assessment. Email [email protected] for more information. Learn More
Rebuilding Together Baton Rouge
Rebuilding Together Baton Rouge offers opportunities to sponsor a house, make a financial or in-kind donation, or providing manual labor. Donations are pooled to maximize impact in the community; materials and professional services required for operation are funded through donations. Learn More
Rebuilding Together Acadiana
A Louisiana Affiliate of Rebuilding Together, the Acadiana branch serves the parishes of Lafayette, Iberia, Acadia, and Vermilion. They provide home repairs and renovations to homeowners who are unable to make necessary improvements to their homes due to financial hardship, Learn More
Red Cross Louisiana Region
Red Cross has a growing body of volunteer opportunities for adults and youth. Specific needs for volunteers in shelters, damage assessment and bulk distribution. The volunteer portal has updated information about what is needed. Learn More
Louisiana State Animal Response Team
LSART is conducting rescues and sheltering animals affected by the flooding. Requesting cash donations. Volunteers may send their name, age, location, phone number and any animal experience to [email protected] under the subject line volunteer. 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 Acadiana
The United Way of Acadiana needs volunteers for many different opportunties, particularly because the area has not gotten as much media attention as Baton Rouge. Please sign up for more up-to-date information.
Immediate needs are for shelter volunteers. Learn More