Louisiana Fund for Zeta Relief
As a Black-led foundation founded in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, we realize that disasters often have outsized effects on marginalized communities. This year has proven to be particularly disastrous. Our hearts are with Louisianans who have been impacted by Hurricane Zeta, particularly those who have faced multiple disasters this season. As we mobilize to aid in Hurricane Zeta relief, we stand ready to support Louisiana communities facing the impacts of Hurricane Zeta. Help us deliver support where it is most needed.
Since inception, FFL has invested $55 million in more than 250 mission-critical nonprofit organizations working across the state towards building a more just Louisiana. FFL’s work unapologetically advances racial justice while moving Louisiana forward. The foundation engages communities in both program co-design as well as its grant-making process, in order to expand opportunities and move communities towards a more just future. As the only statewide philanthropic entity in Louisiana, FFL’s programmatic and policy work has broad regional impact through dismantling the structural barriers that impact the lives of Louisianans.