Founded in 2016, MDR Disaster Relief is a NON-PROFIT organization that has become active in disaster services. Inspired by a life-changing event, MDR Disaster Relief was established in 2016 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Every person has the chance to make a change for good (no matter how big or small) either through monetary donations, in-kind donations, or if you are willing to dedicate some of your time through volunteering. Know that your contribution makes a difference in the lives of others. your donation, together with those of our other supporters, brings us ever closer to our goals. So if you feel moved by the causes MDR Disaster Relief promotes, we would very much appreciate you support. Set up your donation to MDR Disaster Relief today. It's easy, and most importantly, it will make a major difference in the lives of so many who are in need of help after a disaster. Contact us today to learn more or click below to donate now.
The following is an email of appreciation, we have received from a client in Baton Rouge La.
From: Air Filter Service <email@example.com>
Date: Sat, Sep 29, 2018, 6:42 PM
Subject: Re: Dear friend....
To: Joseph Ryan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hi Kim and Joseph,
Y'all were a great help to my disabled daughter, Lindsey. Our entire property flooded with up to 12 feet of water, consuming my house, my daughter's house (the guest house on the property), my business and my animal sanctuary. I had structure insurance on my house, but no content coverage, no insurance on Lindsey's house, my business nor animal sanctuary. I did not qualify for FEMA help at all because I have excellent credit and was approved for very large loans, which I refused because I would not be able to pay the notes. So, I emptied all savings to rebuild the business, rebuilt my house with insurance, and volunteers swarmed in to get the animal sanctuary cleaned up and stocked with supplies. We received furniture donations for Lindsey and appliance donations for both of us. A disabled van company, MV1, replaced Lindsey's van, and a wheelchair company replaced her power wheelchair. Your donations helped rebuild her house---sheetrock and paint. A cabinet maker rebuilt Lindsey's cabinets. Monetary donations helped with labor, plumbing, electrical, flooring, etc. Lindsey was back in her house in less than 6 months. It took me 2 years to get back in my house, and work is still being done. I made this video of the flood and rebuilding, which shows Lindsey's house being rebuilt. My house was a long way from being finished when the video was made.
Thanks so much for your help.
Pam Leavy and Lindsey Ellis
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