Volunteer Feeding

posted about 3 years ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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MERCY CHEFS is looking for volunteers to assist with feeding. You can register here. If you are in the Baton Rouge area and able to volunteer for one meal shift or more, they can put your service to good use. Once registered, their volunteer coordinator will contact you to…

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Volunteer Opportunity with Samaritan' Purse

posted about 3 years ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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SAMARITAN’S PURSE is accepting spontaneous volunteers. Register on line as a day volunteer or simply fill out the waiver at the base location. Everyone will be required to attend our volunteer orientation/safety briefing the first time volunteering at the site. Youth 14-15 MUST be accompanied by a parent and will…

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Financial Donations

posted about 3 years ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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If you would like to make a monetary donation to help the victims of this week's flooding, please contact The United Way through their website.

MEDICAL NEEDS SHELTER:

posted about 3 years ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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An evacuation shelter for people with special medical conditions only is now open on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge. This is a shelter of last resort for people who currently receive in-home care and is not for the general public. This shelter is designed for individuals who are homebound,…

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PETS

posted about 3 years ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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Sherwood South Animal Hospital on South Sherwood Forest Blvd. is offering to house pets. They've also got doctors on hand. Call (225) 293-6440 for more information.

A mobile pet shelter has been set up at the Baton Rouge River Center on 275 S River Rd.

The ASPCA has dispatched a…

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FOR THOSE LOOKING FOR FAMILY MEMBERS IN SHELTERS/HOSPITALS:

posted about 3 years ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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A Facebook group has formed to help people find family members who may have been taken to one of the many shelters currently open in the area.

Ochsner has established a hotline for family members needing information on the new location of a patient. Family can call 504-842-3198 and will…

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Red Cross Emergency App for shelter locations

posted about 3 years ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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To find the latest updates in shelter locations, download the free Red Cross Emergency App or go to redcross.org/shelters. The Emergency App also provides emergency alerts and information about what to do during and after floods, as well as emergency first aid information. The free Emergency App is available…

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Flood Victims Relief

posted about 3 years ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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Flood victims are also encouraged to pre-register for relief efforts here

2 BR/2BA apartment needed for a family affected by the flood

posted over 3 years ago by cassnelsondooley from Baton Rouge Flood
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We have a family who needs a 2 bedroom/ 2 bathroom apartment to house 2 adults and 2 children. If you can help, please sign up to DONATE or VOLUNTEER on www.batonrouge.recovers.org.

Can you help us get ice and tools for this community clean-up?

posted over 3 years ago by cassnelsondooley from Baton Rouge Flood
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Communities in East Baton Rouge need ICE, wheel barrows, roll around garbage bins, and shovels. If you can help, please enter your information (to GIVE or VOLUNTEER) at www.batonrouge.recovers.org.

2016 Flood Resources from Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations

posted over 3 years ago by cassnelsondooley from Baton Rouge Flood
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2016 Flood Resources from Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations (LANO)

Good360 (Office Supplies) -Join Good360’s Circle of Good – for free. Once you’re registered, you can request donated products and promote your work and product needs to people and companies who can help. (https://good360.org/)

Disaster Assistance- Assistance for the…

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Spectra Baby breast pumps available- email marketing@spectrababyusa.com

posted over 3 years ago by cassnelsondooley from Baton Rouge Flood
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Spectra Baby USA is partnering with the American Red Cross to send a shipment of S1 breast pumps to moms in need that have been victims of the horrible flooding that has taken place in Louisana. We are very passionate about helping moms reach their breastfeeding goals, and it is…

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Help with Laundry- Loads of Hope

posted over 3 years ago by katen from Baton Rouge Flood
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Last I saw on media the Loads of Hope was cleaning two loads of Laundary per family and is parked at the south campus of St. Bethany Church which is off of Seigan Lane and near I-10. You can #loadsofhope truck for more information.

FEMA

posted over 3 years ago by katen from Baton Rouge Flood
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President Obama declared Baton Rouge and Surrounding Area's a state of emergency. Please see link below.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/08/14/president-obama-signs-louisiana-disaster-declaration

This allows FEMA to provide assistance.

"FEMA said that residents and business owners who sustained losses in the designated parishes can begin applying for assistance tomorrow (August 14, 2016) by registering online at…

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No Flood Insurance?

posted over 3 years ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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People without flood insurance are eligible for up to $33,000 in relief funds.

https://www.disasterassistance.gov