World Central Kitchen, Inc.
World Central Kitchen has teams deployed in New Orleans, and immediately set up three kitchens with enough supplies to prepare and serve 100,000+ meals to emergency responders and impacted residents. They also have additional food trucks that will be positioned strategically across the area to speed up food delivery.
Team Rubicon has personnel embedded in the state emergency operations centers, teams on the ground clearing routes for first responders and performing damage assessments and will be assisting with ongoing recovery efforts.
Second Harvest of Greater New Orleans and ACADIANA
Second Harvest of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana is in contact with emergency officials in all twenty-three parishes of the food bank's regular service area, and will be distributing disaster-readiness boxes, bottled water, and other food supplies to the impacted areas.
Save the Children
Save the Children has mobilized its emergency response team to help children and families living in the hardest-hit areas by providing essential items including hygiene kits, diapers, wipes, and portable cribs. They are also collaborating with local education partners in LA and MS to help restore child and early learning centers that may have been damaged or destroyed.
Americares has deployed their emergency response team to the area and will be assisting with damage assessments; and is prepared to provide flash grants to damaged health centers serving low-income and uninsured residents. They also maintain an emergency pharmacy stocked with essential medicines, vaccines and supplies and will be assisting their partner clinics as needed across Louisiana and Mississippi.
American National Red Cross
American Red Cross has mobilized hundreds of volunteers to support evacuations shelters from Texas to Florida. In addition to their pre-positioned supplies, they have moved truckloads of additional cots, blankets, and comfort kits, along with tens of thousands of ready-to-eat meals, into Louisiana and Mississippi.