LAKE CHARLES, LA- In recognition of Second Harvest’s Food Bank’s hurricane relief work in Southwest Louisiana, following Hurricanes Laura and Delta, Cameron LNG has donated $10,000 in funding to provide critical food and supplies to support the ongoing recovery efforts. This year has been a difficult one for our Southwest Louisiana community. Hurricane Laura was the strongest hurricane to strike Louisiana and the storm caused widespread devastation across Calcasieu and Cameron Parishes. Destructive winds and flooding destroyed countless homes and businesses and knocked out power and water across the region. Just one month later,
In recognition of Second Harvest’s Food Bank’s hurricane relief work in Southwest Louisiana, following Hurricanes Laura and Delta, Cameron LNG has donated $10,000 in funding.
Posted: Nov 24, 2020 3:58 PM
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