Choose amount Information Payment

With nearly 16 years of devoted experience, we stand ready to support Louisiana communities facing the impacts of Hurricane Ida. Your support helps us to deliver on the promise of a more just and equitable response.

A donor account is created automatically for recurring donations. Account setup info will be emailed to you.
You can log in to edit your recurring donation any time
$
Employer Donation Matching
Type in your employer's name to find out if they can match your donations
Choose your country
    Choose your state / province
      Please fix the errors above.
      CVC CodeThe 3-4 digits on the back of your credit card
      Enter the Zip/Postal code for your credit card billing address

      You can log in to edit your recurring donation any time


      Hurricane Ida Relief Fund
      09/16/2021
      FFL Grants $40,000 to Local, Black-Led Orgs Providing Direct Aid

      Foundation for Louisiana is proud to have granted $40,000 from our Hurricane Ida Relief Fund to the following Black-led, local organizations who have been providing direct aid to south Louisianans in need.


      ReThink, a New Orleans-based organization that supports youth of color working towards transformative change, distributed thousands of dollars in direct aid to youth and families following Hurricane Ida. As families continue to struggle to purchase essentials, ReThink has distributed food, water, medicine, and supplies from their office.


      House of Tulip, a trans and gender non-conforming (TGNC) led organization that works to combat houselessness in the TGNC community allocated a portion of their operating budget to providing cash assistance to those who needed it most in the days leading up to Hurricane Ida and in the aftermath. With help from community donations, they were able to distribute over $90,000 in direct aid to people across the region. House of Tulip's swift action helped folks pay for gas, groceries, and lodging, and their leadership saved lives.


      With more than 20 years of experience, Families and Friends of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children was all too familiar with the ways hurricanes can further separate and traumatize families with incarcerated children. FFLIC provided emergency grants to sustain families as they awaited FEMA aid and helped families locate their incarcerated children after evacuation. Learn more about the unique challenges incarcerated children and their families are facing and the work FFLIC is doing to keep them safe and reunite families here.


      We are continuing to fundraise to provide additional grants, with an emphasis on the hard-hit Bayou and River parishes, Black, indigenous, other people of color, and marginalized communities who have less access to resources in the wake of climate disaster and structural failures. If you are able to contribute, please do so here.

      Edited 08/28/2021
      08/28/2021
      FFL Grants First $10,000 for Hurricane Ida Response to Frontline Indigenous and Mutual Aid Groups

      In anticipation of the storm's landfall, Foundation for Louisiana has launched the Hurricane Ida Relief Fund to support communities in preparing, evacuating, recovering, and eventually rebuilding. The Foundation granted the first $10,000 to the following indigenous and mutual aid groups that serve coastal communities:

      1. First People’s Conservation Council, consisting of the following tribes:
        • Avoyel Taensa
        • Bayou Lafourche Biloxi Chitimacha
        • Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe
        • Grand Bayou Indian Village
        • Isle de Jean Charles Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw
        • Grand Caillou/Dulac Biloxi Chitimacha-Choctaw
      2. Mutual Aid Disaster Response Network
      3. Southern Solidarity


      Foundation for Louisiana is continuing to fundraise to provide additional grants to other communities, with an emphasis on Black, indigenous, other people of color and marginalized communities who have less access to resources that are critically needed in the face of a natural disaster.

      This is a dangerous storm and additional support is urgently needed. If you are able to contribute, please do so.