disaster recovery & Response
Providing assistance with FEMA, and DSNAP to residents impacted by Hurricane IDA. The journey to recovery wont come quickly. Relief and support services will continue until government officials give updates. Due to COVID-19 appointments are highly encouraged.
With a need for resources desperately post hurricane IDA. The Level Up Camp non-profit organization manage to distribute hot meals, fresh food. cleaning supplies, & water as means to support residents having difficulty getting support during these times. Serving the St. Claude & Holy Cross area.
Our Journey to recovery continue
The Level Up Camp community center which is normally operated to train youth in digital design and printing took some damage minimizing operation until the building is repaired. Leaving the youth served by the organization temporarily displaced (roof damage, mold, and debris). The Level Up Campaign activated to serve the community of the lower 9th ward of New Orleans, Louisiana . Hurricane IDA will leave a long lasting effect on residents after witnessing the only store in range with fresh food and other essential items burned to the ground.
Level Up managed to distribute - 20,000 lbs. fresh fruit, water, vegetables, and essential items donated from Second Harvest Food Bank - 7,000 hot meals distributed 10 days post hurricane IDA compliments of world central kitchen, Walmart foundation, House of the Young, Raven food pantry, managed to engaged 15 community volunteer, fed 3000 families, and activated as an evacuation pick up center for residents incapable of enduring the dire conditions in New Orleans in collaboration with the department of homeland security, RTA, and the City of New Orleans. special thanks to everyone who supported the efforts! Councilwoman Cindy Nguyen, Entergy, Sewage & Waterboard, Nola Ready, and our volunteers!
Join us in making a difference! We are raising money to benefit the continuance of services during these troubled times, and any donation will help make an impact.