On December 10th and 11th a strong storm system swept the southern United States causing wide spread death and destruction HELP US SUPPORT Warm Hearts and Toes for Tornado Survivors in Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri and Kentucky HERE


On August 29th—exactly 16 years after Hurricane Katrina made landfall—cities along the Gulf Coast of Louisiana were devastated by category 4
Hurricane Ida. Hurricane Ida made landfall near Port Fourchon, Louisiana early Sunday afternoon as a critically dangerous category 4 hurricane with
winds of 150 mph—destroying buildings, knocking out power, and causing widespread flash flooding.

World Cares Center has worked in New Orleans and Baton Rouge since the Katrina Relief effort.  World Cares Center has continued to support local
recovery efforts by providing FREE SAFETY AND RECOVERY TRAINING, SUPPLIES, AND PPE to communities since 2005.

World Cares Center is responding to concurrent disasters including the 2021 Haitian Earthquake,  Hurricane Ida in Louisiana, and COVID-19.

Now more than ever, these communities need support from people like you to help their recovery and so our Ready Responders can stay safe while serving disaster survivors.