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Louisiana and Mississippi Hurricane Relief

Hurricane Ida devastated many of our friends along the coast, and the road to recovery will be a long one. We've made two limited edition shirts you can buy to help support coastal recovery in Louisiana and Mississippi, and we'll be donating to local relief funds in the area. Much of the coast is still without power, water, gas, etc. and has a long way to go. They need all the help we can give.

Thanks to our friend and artist Slacker Tide for the boat design and to Laura Beth McConahie - a Mossy Oak Louisiana native - for the Louisiana pelican design.


Where are the Proceeds Headed?

We will be donating all profits and proceeds to Bayou Fund and Volunteer Louisiana. Both are local organizations built and equipped to help with relief from disasters such as Hurricane Ida.

Fund People of the Bayou

Run by people who live in Terrebonne Parish, we are raising cash money to put in the hands of people in our bayou communities who have lost their homes. We are also providing ice, water, gas, and mobilizing supplies to reach the lower bayou parishes and cooking hot meals to nourish residents during recovery.

Volunteer Louisiana

To help meet the needs of Louisiana’s citizens through volunteerism and national service.

“The people of Louisiana are strong and resilient, but they are also suffering. Volunteers and donations will be critical to the response and recovery efforts in areas devastated by Hurricane Ida. This is a long-term recovery effort and we will work hard to assist everyone we can." 
 -Lt Governor Billy Nungesser, who leads Volunteer Louisiana.

Thanks for your help and support

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