LSA member, Upbring, Assists with Disaster Response Efforts for Parishes in Louisiana Flooding
The floodwaters swamping South Louisiana are being called the largest US natural disaster since Hurricane Sandy in 2012, and the number of families needing help rises each day. The strain on families is astounding. While it's impossible to assess the full scope of destruction at this stage of the crisis, we know the process of rebuilding lives will certainly linger long after the land is dry. And we also know that there are tens of thousands of families in need.
LSA member, Upbring, is working to identify the affected families and the best ways to assist them. Through their network of community partners and the Louisiana Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD), Upbring already has representatives at the scene and are prepared to offer immediate assistance.