Supplies needed for Hurricane Laura; St. John parish and United Way partner
President Hotard announces partnership with St. John United Way to collect supplies for residents impacted by Hurricane Laura.
Supplies can be dropped off from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, September 2, through Friday, September 4, at the St. John Community Center located at 2900 Hwy 51 in LaPlace. Monetary donations can be made through St. John United Way at www.stjohnunitedway.org or by check payable to the St. John United Way (please include SJUW Hurricane Relief Fund in memo section).
“Gratefully, we were spared from Hurricane Laura and now can support recovery efforts for our neighbors to the West,” said Parish President Hotard. “Having recovered from Hurricane Isaac, St. John can definitely empathize with what they are going through and we are committed to helping those in their time of need.”
Baby food, formula, bottles, diapers, wipes
Cleaning & sanitizing products
Package undergarments & socks (No other clothing will be expected per FEMA guidelines)
Non-perishable foods (Gatorade, pop tarts, granola bars)
Stay informed with St. John Parish through the Parish website at sjbparish.com, Government Access Channel, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. ###
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