Hurricane Relief Donations

We are asking for donations to be made to help out those affected by this disaster. Many have lost their homes and will be out of work with very limited resources for weeks and even months.

Cash App: $TechtronicsRepairs

Venmo: @TechtronicsRepairShop

Cash App: $UrgentPhoneRepairLLC

Venmo: @Ben-Chambers-92

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Venmo and Cash App Available

All donations made at the links below go directly to the accounts of the ones in need. We just created this site to be an easy way to donate to them.

Below is a message I received from a friend.

“I haven’t tested everything but I think it will be fine. I covered everything before I closed it up, but the roof got torn off and everything got wet.

We are struggling down here with very little supplies. Fuel is getting low. We have some food and water. We are comfortable as long as we have fuel. I’ve been being a leader throughout my neighborhood and community. I’ve been getting people together to get supplies and to help fix people’s houses. I’ve went work at my family’s hardware store yesterday to help get it open for the community.

It’s pretty bad down here. People are literally dying in their houses with no roof, no electricity, no water and no supplies. It’s a 10-12 hour wait to get supplies at the local fire stations and churches.

I can’t get supplies on my own because I have to stay with my house and kids. There have been people looting and stealing. My friend got his generator and air compressor stolen today.

Im exhausted! I need a shower! They say it will be October before we get electricity back. I don’t know what I’m going to do.”

— Donate at the links above —

Venmo and Cash App Available

All donations made at the links below go directly to the accounts of the ones in need. We just created this site to be an easy way to donate to them.

Hurricane Ida was the second-most damaging hurricane to strike the U.S. state of Louisiana on record, behind only Hurricane Katrina, and is tied for the strongest landfall in the state by maximum winds with Laura a year prior and the 1856 Last Island hurricane.

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Venmo and Cash App Available

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