Donate to a Louisiana flood victim

Help a Louisiana flood victim get back into a home of their own by donating a much needed item below.
Each campaign has been carefully vetted by a citizen volunteer.

Edward's open needs


$3,626 of $3,651
Electric Stove Top Oven
$400

Electric Water Heater
$250

Washing Machine
$500

Electric Dryer
$300

Bed Frame
1
$200

Queen Bed
1
$600

Dresser
1
$200

Table and Chairs
$400

Coffee Table
$100

Couch
$400

Love Seat
$200

Towels & Washclothes
$25

Dish Towels
$6

Sheets & Pillow Cases
$40

Blinds
$30
Damage Everywhere

At every turn there is something that must be fixed

The strong can survive anything

Lend Edward your strength so he doesn't stand alone. Donate to his campaign today.

Many repairs remain

Work has been done, but there remains much to complete before the Lowrance home is ready.

Steadfast

Edward has his eye on what to do to keep his home together. Be an anchor for him in his time of need. Donate today.

So much left to do

Faced with overwhelming tasks to finish

Facing the Fight

Give generously to aid the Lowrance family in their fight to finish their home.

Home is Where the Dog Runs Free

Edward “EJ” Lowrance and his wife, Emma, have lived separately since the flood left 18” of water in their mobile home in Ponchatoula. Edward and the couple’s black Lab are living with Edward’s aunt; Emma has returned to family out-of-town as the effects of the flood have been too much for her to endure. The couple has especially grieved the loss of their photos.

Some progress has been made, however, funds have quickly depleted. Their unfinished list includes the replacement of doors, one bathtub, and insulation. In addition, the couple’s furniture and much of their household items need replacing. Edward is discouraged, Emma remains in despair, and even the black Lab is depressed. While Edward determines to maintain his sense of humor, his desire is to return home with his wife where they can continue life together and their black Lab can roam free on their two acres of property.

The support of family and community has proved to be lifelines for the Lowrances. A little goes a long way with the help of others. You can help by purchasing one of the items listed. Your support is a compassionate endeavor in the reuniting of this couple and their dog and their return home.

Written by, Rena Gunther

Survey number - 158