Hurricane Laura Resource Page

Hurricane Laura marked the 12th named storm this year—setting the record for the most named storms in the Atlantic basin before September. The devastating storm wreaked havoc in the Gulf of Mexico, impacting communities along the Louisiana and Texas shores. Hurricane Laura has been the strongest storm to hit Louisiana since the Last Island hurricane—also known as the Great Storm of 1856—in the last 164 years.

Below you can find resources and organizations you might consider partnering with to help with relief and recovery efforts. At this stage, cash donations are the best way to make an impact.

Updates from Organizations Activated On the Ground

In-Kind Product Donations

Unsolicited goods and donations continue to be a big issue. Please do not send or bring unsolicited donations. Only provide in-kind donations of goods which have been requested and to an organization who can manage the donation. You can contact Kaitlin FitzGerald at Good360 if you would like to see the current needs list and are interested in providing large-quantity product donations.

Volunteer Opportunities

Several organizations are seeking volunteers, but please only assist organizations that have requested volunteers and be sure to register with the organization prior to volunteering. Please do not self-deploy.