relief efforts

Hancock Bank Clothing and Toy Drive

Hancock Bank in Gulfport is paying it forward to their colleagues in Louisiana. A collection drive of gently used toys as well as professional clothing was held today in the One Hancock Plaza lobby. The company is calling all associates…

Long Beach Packing Party for Flood Victims

A local woman says she wants to help the flood victims in Louisiana because she remembers the horrible conditions the Coast was in after Hurricane Katrina. The Mariners Apartment in Long Beach hosted a packing party for families affected by…

Pascagoula Relief Team Leaves for Louisiana

A team from Pascagoula pulled out this morning to deliver supplies to flood victims in Louisiana. Police and fire officials left alongside city personnel with three trucks of water, cleaning supplies and much more. Fifteen total people from Pascagoula started…

Community Foundation Assisting Flood Victims

Members of the Gulf Coast Community Foundation also remember the challenges of rebuilding after a natural disaster. That's why this local group made the decision to match up to $5,000 of donations to send to our neighbors affected by the…

Harrison County Sheriff’s Department Heads to Louisiana

Local law enforcement will be putting their cooking skills to use to help provide relief for first responders in Louisiana. Harrison County Sheriff Troy Peterson says more than half of the officers they’ll be feeding lost everything in the floods.…

Helping the Animals of Denham Springs

The Humane Society of South Mississippi is going the extra mile to help pet owners and flood victims in southern Louisiana. Volunteers and workers at the Gulfport location are collecting donations to help out shelters and pet owners in Denham…

D’Iberville Relief Team Heads to Louisiana

Members from another Gulf Coast city left for Louisiana this morning to donate supplies they collected for flood victims. The City of D’Iberville loaded a trailer full of cleaning materials, cases of water, and much more which will go to…

Bringing Relief to Louisiana

Gulfport residents, officials and emergency workers arrived at the scene of the flood in Baton Rouge this morning at a makeshift distribution point for those in need. Armed with thousands of water bottles, tons of food, clothing and cleaning supplies…