But still, FEMA and the state of Louisiana government refuse to provide reasonable aid. Yet, those in neighboring parishes like lake Charles get sometimes up to 10 times the amount of funds for the same size house to be repaired. How is this fair and equitable? The article states that it’s a supply and demand […]
David Currie ran the “Curries” in Hackberry, Louisiana. While his store might have been destroyed during Hurricane Laura, his resolve to stay open, (be it an “open-air store”) and support his community never wavered. While many would have given up and told those in need of parts to repair their homes to go elsewhere he […]
Hey there, I thought I’d make this post about the need for more people to donate their time in helping rebuild this awesome community called Hackberry, Louisiana. Here it is Thursday morning and we are out here giving it 100 % to helping rebuild those who still need help. Even if it’s just a few […]
This is a weather alert we just received: “The National Hurricane Center has increased the chance for tropical development in the western Gulf of Mexico to 60%. A tropical depression or tropical storm may form before it moves inland across the northwest Gulf coast tonight. The forecast remains the same for our region – expecting […]
Where has all this water come from? Flooded out yards and homes across southwest Louisiana. Makes the efforts to repair roofs a bit challenging, these days. But got to do what we can day by day. WE NEED MORE VOLUNTEERS! The needs are great. Those needing some kinda assistance or another are many. Some we […]
This project is NOT just for hackberry. We will help those in need in southwest Louisiana. Including those effected by the recent flooding in Lake Charles. We will also assist with getting people out, and assisting with getting vehicles out of flooded areas. If you need urgent assistance please call 911. For assistance from us […]
There is a flash flood alert ⚠️ for southwest Louisiana. Be ye safe!
Seems the interesting weather here in southwest Louisiana wore out the battery terminals on an elderly gentalmans lawn mower tractor. So, the folks at Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Hackberry Relief Project to the rescue… We are here to help build a strong resilient community… Join us today and help make this community strong.
It’s great to see some new construction. Rebuilding the community is a great thing. Way to go…
If you have been following the national news you know of the issues with fuel that is gripping much of the country. Browns Grocery in Hackberry, Louisiana got a fresh delivery of fuel this morning!!! Way to Geaux Mr. Jim… Thank you! #gas #shortage #fuel #louisiana