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Call For Donated Items to Assist in Louisiana Flood Disaster Relief

The Cajun Army in Action With the Help of Awesome Donors
Oath Keepers,
As you know, South Louisiana is still recovering from a record-breaking flood.

The Louisiana chapter of Oath Keepers is coordinating with the Cajun Army to assist in recovery efforts.   They are in desperate need of personal protective equipment  and other essential items to deal with the black mold and other contaminants they are encountering.  Go here to see their Facebook page about all they are doing.

 Volunteer workers are doing tear-out, demolition, and mold mediation on the flood damaged houses, helping people rebuild their houses, and also assisting churches in providing meals and other assistance to flood victims.  The Cajun Army is doing an incredible job, and we need to help them all we can.
Below is a link to in which the Cajun Army has put together a shopping list of items that they need, such as respirators, filters, ladders, etc.
You can easily purchase those items on Amazon and have them shipped directly to the Cajun Army (When you use the links on that wish list page to purchase items on the list, Amazon will give you their gift registry address as a shipping option when you check out).   But here is the Cajun Army shipping address in case you need it:
Cajun Army Flood Relief
ATTN:  Robert Riley, Supply Coordinator
10723 N. Oak Hills pkwy (bldg. A)
Baton Rouge, LA
Any assistance you can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Any questions, please contact Duncan Simmons, our Louisiana state coordinator at:


For the Republic,

Oath Keepers



Another way to help is to purchase a gift card from Lowe’s, Home Depot or other “Big Box” stores and send those to our Louisiana Oath Keepers so they can distribute them to flood victims so they can purchase exactly what they need to reconstruct their homes on a timely basis.  Our Arizona chapter is sending supplies, but the logistics of sending drywall, 2x4s, electrical outlets, etc. that people need to rebuild their homes, made it clear that for much of the construction items, it is much easier to just give the flood victims a gift card so they can purchase those items locally, and save on shipping and logistics.
And we recognize that many of our members would love to help “boots on the ground,” but can’t go in person.  So, either use the Amazon list posted above, to send items to the Cajun Army, or help the Louisiana Oath Keepers get construction supplies to victims by purchasing gift cards at Lowes, Home Depot, Walmart, Costco, or Sam’s Club.
Gift cards can be mailed to:
Louisiana Oath Keepers
C/O Duncan Simmons
5039 Whites Ferry Road
West Monroe LA 71291
Any questions, please call Duncan Simmons, our LA state coordinator at the above number.
Among those who will get these gift-card will be Louisiana peace officers, EMS, Fire, and Search and Rescue first responders and veterans who have been out helping others while their own homes are damaged.  As you know they are always first to respond, they are first to help but they always are last in line when it  comes to getting help.  They make sure that all others are taken care of before themselves.  Let’s make sure they are appreciated, needed, and respected.
For the Republic,
Oath Keepers



Stewart Rhodes

Stewart is the founder and National President of Oath Keepers. He served as a U.S. Army paratrooper until disabled in a rough terrain parachuting accident during a night jump. He is a former firearms instructor, former member of Rep. Ron Paul’s DC staff, and served as a volunteer firefighter in Montana. Stewart previously wrote the monthly Enemy at the Gates column for S.W.A.T. Magazine. Stewart graduated from Yale Law School in 2004, where his paper “Solving the Puzzle of Enemy Combatant Status” won Yale’s Miller prize for best paper on the Bill of Rights. He assisted teaching U.S. military history at Yale, was a Yale Research Scholar, and is writing a book on the dangers of applying the laws of war to the American people.



  1. This is a great idea. This allows OKs from around the country to help in a very real and NEEDED way…I hope we all take advantage of this option to help our fellow Americans in distress!

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