Cajun Navy Relief

Cajun Navy Relief

Helping Those in Need

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

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Submit a request for food, water, hygiene, cleaning, construction tools, and other supplies.

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If you need immediate assistance, please click the button below. You will be taken to our ticketing system.

Donate

Your monetary and supply donations will help those in need of relief. All donations are appreciated.

Brought Together With

One Common Interest

The Louisiana Flood of 2016 brought together total strangers, all with one common interest of helping those in need. We are a group of volunteers who work tirelessly without pay to provide immediate rescue and relief during natural disasters.

Rescue and relief are our way of sharing the South Louisiana cultural tradition of neighbors helping neighbors with people in need across the United States. By integrating civilian volunteers into the Incident Command Structure we can act as a force multiplier for agencies responding to disaster.

Hear from the Community

Great group of people who really came through when we needed help after Hurricane Ida hit. They went above and beyond! Big thank you to every one of them!

– Jgonsoulin, GreatNonprofits.org

Some of the hardest days in recent memory here in south Louisiana have been this summer. Hurricane Ida caused widespread destruction and utility outages. As always, right over the horizon: Cajun Navy Relief comes with aid. From hot meals to water to clean up essentials… CNR isn’t just there for a photo op. They’re our neighbors and they’re helping. Thank you Cajun Navy Relief!

– bradbrla1, GreatNonprofits.org

CNR saved our butts in Houston during Harvey. There would have been so many casualties had they not come. Will be forever grateful!

–tashiaseeba, GreatNonprofits.org

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15 hours ago

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Family Communication PlanYour family may not be together when a disaster strikes so it is important to plan in advance. How will you get to a safe place? How will you contact one another? How will you get back together? What will you do in different situations? Create a Family Communications Plan. Learn how here: ready.gov/make-a-plan #CajunNavyRelief #CajunNavy #CNR #NeighborsHelpingNeighbors #BePreparedNotScared #WeatherReady #HurricanePrep -mod ChefBrandy ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

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Emergency Supply KitGet ready for hurricanes and severe weather with an Emergency Supply Kit that includes at least three days of food and water. Having your supplies stored in one place will give you peace of mind if you need to take shelter or evacuate. Everything will already be ready for you! ready.gov/kit #CajunNavyRelief #CajunNavy #CNR #NeighborsHelpingNeighbors #BePreparedNotScared #WeatherReady #HurricanePrep -mod ChefBrandy ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

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Fireplace safety in the New Year. Have you had your chimney inspected? nfpa.org/heating #CajunNavyRelief #CajunNavy #CNR #NeighborsHelpingNeighbors #BePreparedNotScared #Safety - mod ChefBrandy ... See MoreSee Less
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