City Of Baker Collecting Needful Things For Hurricane Survivors In LaPlace

Hurricane Ida Makes Landfall In Louisiana Leaving Devastation In Its Wake

LAPLACE, LOUISIANA - AUGUST 30: Alonzo Lewis rescues items from his mother's home after it was destroyed by Hurricane Ida on August 30, 2021 in Laplace, Louisiana. Ida made landfall August 29 as a category 4 storm southwest of New Orleans. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

The City of Baker is collecting items for survivors of Hurricane Ida in LaPlace.

There are two drop-off locations for donated goods, at the New Journey Worship Center on Main Street, and at the Baker High School auditorium parking lot on Groom Road.

Needed items include nonperishable foods, warm clothing, women's and men's toiletries, children's clothes, toys, bedding, paper towels, tissue, toilet paper, cleaning supplies, and work gloves.

Donations will be accepted until Friday of this week.

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