Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana on Sunday, August 29, as a Category 4 storm packing sustained winds of 150 mph—one of the strongest storms ever to hit the mainland United States.
Support the recovery efforts in Louisiana by donating to one - or all - of these nonprofits who have boots on the ground in the New Orleans Metropolitan area.
Louisiana SPCA - Evacuating animals from hurricane areas and transferring them across the country.
Airlink Flights - Working with aviation and logistics partners to transport relief workers and emergency supplies .
World Central Kitchen - Providing hot meals on the ground for anyone in need. Follow along with their efforts via @ChefJoseAndres on Twitter.
Cajun Navy Relief - Volunteers using their own equipment to provide immediate rescue and relief. Rescue and relief is their way of sharing their South Louisiana cultural tradition (of neighbors helping neighbors) with people in need across the United States.
International Medical Corps - Providing healthcare and other urgently needed supplies to those affected by Ida.
Cajun Navy Relief Inc
International Medical Corps
World Central Kitchen