Reuniting Families With Lost and Found Pets

Cajun Navy Foundation understands that pets are an integral part of home and family life for many people they reach out to help. When decisions have to be made about evacuation, our hopes are that no one will stay in an unsafe situation because of pet concerns. If it...

Rebuilding Homes and Lives

The Cajun Navy Foundation team does more than rescue people and provide immediate needs in the midst of a disaster. After the dust settles, the focus shifts from survival to a transitional stage that may last for days, weeks or months. This could involve temporary...

Cajun Navy Foundation Presses On

Cajun Navy Foundation is moving forward to assist the people in the areas most affected by Hurricane Michael. This dedicated group of volunteers will not stand down when it comes to providing for those in need. Multiple challenges have come along, however. Lines of...

Being Your Brother’s Keeper

The morning started with Pastor Berry Chatas, from Rock Hill, South Carolina speaking to Cajun Navy Foundation volunteers over their Zello channel. He said this prayer: Father God, we thank You for the Cajun Navy. Father, today I ask that You guide their steps, that...

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Yesterday, more than 400 citizens were inspired to sign up to volunteer with Cajun Navy Foundation. CNF dispatchers worked persistently through the night prioritizing and reevaluating emergent needs. Now at critical stages of rescue and wellness checks, all boots will...