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Louisiana Flood Relief

Record flooding caused the worst natural disaster to strike the U.S. since Superstorm Sandy in 2012

Need Help Now?

If you are in immediate need of help, please contact your local Red Cross or find an open shelter

The Red Cross can help you prepare your family, your pets and your home for common emergencies and natural disasters. Read below for information about emergencies that can occur where you live, and learn the difference between a "watch" and a "warning". Get tips for preparedness steps you can take today, what to do in an emergency, and how to repair and rebuild afterward.
After deadly floods ravaged communities in Louisiana, together we have supported thousands of people as they rebuild their lives.

In the face of so much loss, more than 4,400 Red Cross workers—over 90 percent volunteers— mounted a massive response.

  • More than 1.3 million meals and snacks served
  • Nearly 700,000 relief items distributed
  • Nearly 80,000 overnight stays
  • Read the Louisiana Floods One Year Update >

    We have mobilized the largest sheltering and feeding effort since Superstorm Sandy to help people in Louisiana affected by the floods.

    Read stories from people affected by the flooding.

    Donate Now to Disaster Relief

    Help people affected by disasters big and small.

    $10.00 is the minimum online donation amount. All donations are tax deductible.