Rev. Jesse Jackson visited the flood victims in Baton Rouge and immediately and has started a humanitarian drive to assist. This is the worse flood in Baton Rouge history. It rained for 15 straight hours and 31 inches of rain flowed. Nearly one million people in Louisiana are affected, many are homeless and the churches have flooded. Help has to come from outside. They need: Bottled water, First aid kits, Feminine hygiene products Disposable diapers & baby wipes, Dust masks, Cleaning supplies (bleach, heavy-duty cleaner/disinfectant, all-purpose
cleaning spray, disinfectant wipes, paper towels, Lysol, mops, buckets, scrub
brushes, cleaning rags, Garbage bags, Rubber cleaning gloves, Toiletries (soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, deodorant, razors, shaving cream, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash, washcloths, towels, toilet paper,
hand sanitizer Baby formula, Sippy cups, plates, children¹s utensils, pacifiers
·Boost/Ensure products for elderly. Products can be delivered to Operation Push, 930 E. 50th Street. Checks can be written and mailed to:
Southern Louisiana Flood Assistance
P.O. Box 318238
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70831.