Hurricane Ida Response


Hurricane Ida made landfall near New Orleans, Louisiana with 145 mph destructive winds, devastating local communities. Afterward, Ida's storm heavily flooded the Northeast. ReachGlobal Crisis Response is on the ground and needs your help. Give to the response!


Hurricane Ida struck the coast of Port Fourchon, Louisiana on Sunday, August 29, 2021 (the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina), rated at a Category 4 storm with 145 mph winds, leaving a trail of devastation in its wake. Later, Ida's storm downpoured across the Northeast, heavily flooding New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania suburbs.

While its yet to be determined the full extent of the damage, all of New Orleans lost power on Sunday with many reports and photos of trees toppled and buildings destroyed. New York City and large portions of the Northeast experienced historic flooding.

A ReachGlobal Crisis Response team is on the ground (in Louisiana and the Northeast) assessing the situation, checking in on neighbors and helping with clean up. Crisis Response seeks to share the love of Christ with our neighbors through practical and tangible help, like clean up, tree removal and the rebuilding process. Along with prayer and partnership, financial resources are needed to help those affected by this hurricane.

Ways you can help:


Our goal is to raise $100,000 in financial resources to help residents rebuild after the destruction of Hurricane Ida.

Give online or mail a check designated Hurricane Ida Response 39699 to:

901 East 78th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55420-1300


  • For safety and protection over all people currently without power and affected by the storm
  • For church leaders to know how to lead their congregations and communities through this crisis
  • For wisdom for ReachGlobal Crisis Response to assess the damage and determine next steps


Organize a team to serve affected families and invest in relationships in the community.

Email to learn more.