Thursday, September 01, 2005

GOODS NEEDED: FOOD & FLUIDS

This is the area for lisiting food, beverages, and related equipment needed in the cities surrounding New Orleans.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Morgan City:

Those wishing to provide cooked food for the refugees should call the Floor and Decorating Center in Morgan City (385-2021) to be assigned a day when their food donation will be needed.

Because the Red Cross, state Office of Emergency Preparedness and the Federal Emergency Management Agency are unable to help refugees in the Tri-City area, residents are being asked to continue helping the organizations supplying food, shelter and essentials to the refugees.
St. Mary Outreach is in need of numerous supplies. Chief among that list is cash, but other needs include:
—Baby wipes.
—Toilet paper and facial tissue.
—Toothbrushes and toothpaste.
—Shampoo.
—Diapers and baby formula.
—Snack crackers.
—Pudding cups.
—Canned fruit.
—Canned meat.
—Bread.
—Anything with pop-top lids.
—Pop tarts.
—Bottled water.
—Sodas and juice.
—Non-perishable items.

To make donations, contact St. Mary Outreach at 608 First St. in Morgan City, or call 385-0525.
At the Berwick Civic Center, a temporary shelter, many of their needs have been taken care of by the community. However, items still needed include:
—Towels.
—Blankets.
—Pillows.

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12:00 AM  
Blogger chubby bubba said...

Persons wanting to volunteer, or give donations of food, water, clothing and other supplies may contact the Thibodaux Police Department Command Post located at NSU (985)446-8535 for instructions.

7:04 AM  
Blogger Alice said...

The Bernards Township Chamber of Commerce is collecting truckloads of canned food, baby supplies, soap and other necessities to ship to a Louisiana town filled with hurricane refugees.

The chamber has set up more than 60 business and church locations in Hunterdon, Somerset and Morris counties where donors can drop off items. They will be trucked to the Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce in Houma, La.

The group is looking for baby diapers, wipes, bottled water, nonperishable food, can openers, paper plates, paper cups, plaster utensils, paper towels and toilet paper. They also need soap, toothpaste, bandages, ointments, bug repellent, pet food and pet supplies.

To find or set up a donation site, contact the chamber at (908) 766-6755.
From NJ Star Ledger

4:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How You Can Help the Berwick Civic Complex, Morgan City, Lousiana

At the Berwick Civic Complex, a temporary shelter, many of their needs have been taken care of by the community.

However, items still needed include:

—Towels.

—Blankets.

—Pillows.

—Deodorant and other toiletries.

—Linens.

—Diapers, especially larger sizes.

—All baby products.

—New underwear and socks in all sizes.

—Cots and child sleeping mats.

Do not bring clothing donations to the Berwick shelter. They have enough. It is now being handled at the First Assembly of God church located across the street.

Do not bring cooked food to the shelter. The shelter is required by the health department to cook all food on site.

Volunteers still are needed at all hours of the day and night.

Clergy are needed to listen to the refugees and to pray with them.

Items for recreation, such as coloring books or reading material, are needed for children and adults as well.

http://www.daily-review.com/

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5:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Morgan City, Lousiana

East St. Mary Ministerial Alliance

Cash donations should be sent to the East St. Mary Ministerial Alliance. Donations will be accepted at Word of Life Family Church, 108 Ryan Dr., Patterson or Bethel Pentecostal Fellowship Church, 101 Tiffany St., Patterson.

Likewise, churches taking in refugees also need supplies. Check with individual churches to determine their needs. General supply needs include:

—Toothpaste.

—Shampoo.

—Linens.

—Soap.

—Deodorant.

—Diapers.

—Any baby products.

—Baby formula.

—Toilet paper.

—Blankets.

—Trash bags.

—Towels.

—Wash cloths.

—Sleeping bags.

—Child sleeping mats.

—Pre-packaged prepared foods.

—Shoes.

http://www.daily-review.com/

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5:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Morgan City Lousiana

Shelters and hot meals

—Calvary Baptist Mission, 707 First St.

—Lee Chapel AME Church (feeding only), 609 Freret St.

—New Life Tabernacle, 811 Roderick St.

—Cornerstone Ministries feeding only, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily, 510 Second Street. Food donations accepted.

—Free Ministries (feeding and clothing donations) 7716 La. 182 (near the bowling alley).

—Trinity Episcopal, 302 Greenwood St.

Berwick

—Berwick Civic Complex, 300 Patti Drive.

—First Assembly of God, 300 Sneed St.

Patterson

—Word of Life, 108 Ryan Dr.

—Bethel Pentecostal Fellowship, 101 Tiffany St.

—New Life Outreach, 1117 Main St.

Bayou Vista

—Plantation Inn (hot meal provided by American Legion Post 242) Saturday, Sept. 3, 4 p.m. at the Plantation Inn, 815 U.S. 90.

—Bayou Vista Church of God of Prophecy (hot lunch to go) Monday through Friday at the Bayou Vista Civic Center for refugees. Must be able to prove residence for people displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Beginning at 11:30 a.m. each day, people that can prove residence in the affected areas are welcome to pick up the plate lunches to go.

Siracusa

—Siracusa Recreation Center, 1110 Grace St.

http://www.daily-review.com/

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5:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

State help

—Gov. Kathleen Blanco has established the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation, a 501(c)(3) fund to accept hurricane relief donations.

Checks payable to "Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation" will be accepted at P.O. Box 94095, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9095.

—To find loved ones or to let them know you are well, post to www.nola.com.

—To find housing, www.hurricanehousing.org.

—Job Service, 7710 La. 182, Morgan City or Acadiana Works at 600 Main St., Franklin.

http://www.daily-review.com/

Way to Ms.Blanco. Its mighty white
of ya;) #

6:08 AM  
Blogger Alice said...

Here are some things the East Park Recreation Center shelter need:

• Unprepared food donations, such as canned goods and fresh raw meat.

• Hair brushes, combs and African-American hair products.

• New underwear for men, women and children.

• Plastic storage bins for evacuees to keep clothes.

• Dental floss.

• Bath powder.

• Scarves.

• Tissue paper.

• Shower shoes.

• Over-the-counter medical supplies, including insulin, syringes, diabetic blood-testing strips and machines; cold and cough medicine.

• Carpenters to volunteer to build small examination booths for doctors to examine patients and supplies to build them.

• Volunteers to work next week.

You can drop off items at the center

8533 Park Avenue
Houma, LA 70361

or call (985) 876-3406

8:04 AM  

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