With the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Laura, ADRN has launched the Hurricane Laura Relief Fund dedicated to those impacted by the storm. This fund will raise money for cleaning up and rebuilding homes in the hurricane's aftermath, and will also provide emergency supplies for survivors and evacuees including toiletries, hygiene kits, and gift cards. Your tax-deductible donation gives hope as people return to their homes and get back on their feet.
- For those impacted or displaced by this storm, and for those who have lost homes or loved ones;
- For first responders, community leaders, and for the many volunteer efforts taking place;
- For the resources that the survivors need; and
- For the love of Christ to be demonstrated and declared through the local Church.
- Donate to the ADRN Hurricane Laura Relief Fund – all donations will go directly to support the greatest needs of those affected and the long term efforts through the local Church;
- Donate to a disaster relief fund in your church supporting volunteer teams and resources; or
- Send funds to a gift card drive to offer direct assistance to those affected.
- Build Care Kits (instructions below) and bring them to one of our three drop-off locations;
- Encourage your church to become a Care Kit drop off location; and
- Join with other able-bodied individuals to serve with ADRN partners in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Opportunities To Serve On-Site
With thousands of people impacted by Hurricane Laura, our partnering organizations in Lake Charles need lots of volunteers to help.
Here are some of the current needs:
- Chain saw crews to help with fallen trees
- Tarping crews to help with damaged/destroyed roofs
- Cleanup teams for mucking out flooding damaged
- Feeding teams to serve those who've been displaced
Build a CARE KIT for individuals or families impacted by disaster
When disaster strikes, survivors need immediate supplies to get back on their feet. The CARE KIT becomes an incredibly valuable gift for any person that has lost everything. ADRN needs 5,000 care kits to send to the most impacted communities on the Texas and Louisiana coast. Drop off information provided on the attached document below.