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Hurricane Laura Response: Lake Charles, LA

Early on August 27, Hurricane Laura made landfall near peak intensity in Louisiana. This was the tenth-strongest U.S. hurricane landfall by windspeed on record. The storm killed at least 22 people in the US and inflicted an estimated $8 billion in insured damage on southwestern LA and southeastern TX. It was the deadliest hurricane in the US since Hurricane Michael killed 59 in 2018. Hurricane Laura was a deadly and damaging Cat-4 that likely tied the 1856 Last Island Hurricane as the strongest hurricane ever recorded to make landfall in LA.

MNA has established a work site in Lake Charles, LA and is now accepting volunteers. Here's how you can help:

  • Pray - Pray that God would raise up volunteers and resources necessary to meet the needs of those impacted by this storm. Pray that His name would be proclaimed and that His Son would be made known through this disaster.

  • Give - Consider a gift to support the work that is occurring in Lake Charles and the surrounding area. To donate to this effort, click here.

  • Go - Consider volunteering to help with the recovery of this area. Click here to register your intent to serve.

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MNA Disaster Response

MNA Disaster Response is one of the missional partnerships of Mission to North America - Presbyterian Church in America. Learn more about MNA Disaster Response by visiting the ministry website.

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4063 Martha Berry Highway

Rome, GA 30165

 

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256-899-4966

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