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The United Way of Northeast Louisiana has established the Flood Response and Recovery Fund to accept donations to support response and recovery efforts related to the 2016 flooding event.
These designated donations will fuel the response and recovery action of the United Way of Northeast Louisiana during this time of devastating losses by so many households.
All funds received will be used for flood response and recovery efforts. Every dollar contributed to the United Way of Northeast Louisiana Flood Response and Recovery Fund will be used for flood disaster relief and recovery LOCALLY in Northeast Louisiana. No portion of contributions will be used for overhead or administration.
This fund may be used by United Way of Northeast Louisiana in the following ways:
For more information about the United Way of Northeast Louisiana Flood Response and Disaster Recovery Fund, contact Janet Durden, President of United Way of Northeast Louisiana, at 318-325-3869, or by email at email@example.com.
United Way of Northeast Louisiana's role in a disaster is two-fold. We are a communicator and a connector. We communicate with and connect the people in need of the direct services, as well as communicate with and connect non-profits, churches, governmental agencies to volunteers and resources needed to serve the community's needs.