Hurricane Relief Efforts

Updated 9/7:

THANK YOU to the hundreds of volunteers that united together to support their neighbors.
Together we distributed:
36,800 pounds of ice
102,160 meals
228,906 bottles of water
And thank you to these community leaders for helping make it all happen.

Louisiana Coastal Relief & Recovery
Republican Whip Steve Scalise
Mike Cooper Parish President
St. Tammany Parish Government
Senator Patrick McMath
Senator Sharon Hewitt
Mary DuBuisson for Louisiana State Representative
Mark Wright – State Representative
Leaders at City of Mandeville
Leaders at City of Covington
Leaders at Town of Madisonville
Madisonville Police Chief Barney Tyrney
Mandeville High School Football
St. Paul’s High School Football
Ballard Brands
Patton’s Caterers

AND thank you to the dozens more who joined the effort over the past days to keep St. Tammany Strong!!






Updated September 2, 2021

This morning at our Hurricane Relief Stations in Slidell and Mandeville, we gave out 10,000 free meals and thousands of water bottles to those in need. Tomorrow, we will expand our relief items to include:

  • Bags of Ice
  • Hot Meals
  • Shelf Stable Meal Boxes (feeds 10 people)
  • Bottled Water
  • Air Conditioned Tents
  • Powered Charging Stations

Our two locations are open from 8am until Noon.

Peninsula Pacific Entertainment (P2E), the developer of the proposed Camellia Bay Resort near Slidell, wants to especially thank the Louisiana Coastal Relief & Recovery for their help and assistance in launching these relief sites so quickly.

Location information:

WESTERN LOCATION
Innovative Advertising
(Azalea Shopping Center)
4250 Hwy. 22 in Mandeville
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EASTERN LOCATION
Patton’s Restaurant
127 Cleveland Ave. in Slidell






MEDIA ADVISORY

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

P2E PARTNERS WITH LOUISIANA COASTAL RELIEF AND RECOVERY TO OPEN HURRICANE RELIEF STATIONS IN ST. TAMMANY PARISH

St. Tammany Parish, LA – Peninsula Pacific Entertainment (P2E) the developer of the proposed Camellia Bay Resort near Slidell, will partner with a local charity, Louisiana Coastal Relief and Recovery, to open two relief stations in St. Tammany Parish on Thursday, September 2 at 8 AM.

WESTERN LOCATION
4250 Hwy. 22 in Mandeville

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EASTERN LOCATION
127 Cleveland Ave. in Slidell

The relief stations will offer charging stations, shelf-stable meal boxes, and bottles of water for distribution to those impacted by Hurricane Ida.

In addition to company employees, the stations will be staffed by volunteers from local community groups.

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Jason Harbison
jason@peoplewhothink.com
225.772.9316