How to Donate to Help Flood Victims

  

Donate Funds

There are two ways donate funds to help pets, horses, livestock and wildlife brought to the LSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital

www.lsufoundation.org/vetmedrelief

https://www.gofundme.com/2k269spj 

 

The Louisiana State Animal Response Team requires funds to continue rescuing and sheltering animals and to cover administrative costs related to both:

 

www.lvma.org/LVMA/LSART_Donations.aspx 

 

Resources Available to Flood-affected Members of the LSU Community

http://www.lsu.edu/floodrelief/

 

Donations of Hay

 

To donate hay for horses and livestock

Louisiana Farm Bureau – Hay clearing house

http://voiceoflouisianaagriculture.org/lfbf-hay-clearinghouse/ 

 

Pet Food Donations

To donate dog food, cat food – miscellaneous through the Louisiana VOAD (Volunteer organizations active in disasters)

Please contact the VOAD (Volunteer Organizations Active In Disasters) to the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness; Contact person is: Jessica Devillier 504-376-9121; http://lavoad.org/how-to-help/

 

Horse and Stock Food Donations

Large volume donations from industry (e.g., horse food , stock food) through the Louisiana Department of Agricultgure & Forestry (LDAF) on Florida Blvd. in Baton Rouge

TOLLFREE 866-927-2476

225-922-1234

5825 Florida Blvd

Baton Rouge, LA 70806

http://www.ldaf.state.la.us/

 

To donate miscellaneous horse and stock feed through the Louisiana VOAD

Please contact the VOAD (Volunteer Organizations Active In Disasters) to the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness; Contact person is: Jessica Devillier 504-376-9121; http://lavoad.org/how-to-help/

 

Miscellaneous Donations

Please contact the VOAD (Volunteer Organizations Active In Disasters) to the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness; Contact person is: Jessica Devillier 504-376-9121; http://lavoad.org/how-to-help/

 

Pharmaceuticals

Pharmaceuticals from and for veterinarians in Louisiana flood-affected areas – miscellaneous – for now drop off at LSU School of Veterinary Medicine Freight Dock (Attn.: German).