The catastrophic flooding that struck Louisiana has gone on record as the worst natural disaster to occur in the United States since 2012’s Hurricane Sandy. 13 lives were lost, and officials estimated roughly 146,000 homes were damaged during the historic severe weather event. It was out of the alloy of this tragic downpour that the beginnings of the Cajun Relief Foundation were forged thanks to the realization that technology could provide better solutions for relief efforts in the future.

With new fundraising and relief tactics in place and more always in development, the Cajun Relief Foundation now seeks to be of service in the event of any and all future natural disasters that impact residents of Louisiana and the Southern United States.