Bulk Distribution in Belle Chasse Feeds 1600, Delivers Truckload of Supplies  

September 17, 2021
Cyrondys Jackson | cyrondys.jackson@uss.salvationarmy.org | (205) 296-1985

Bulk Distribution in Belle Chasse Feeds 1600, Delivers Truckload of Supplies  

(Belle Chasse, LA)- Truckloads of supplies were distributed in Belle Chase, Louisiana, to people recovering from devastation brought by Hurricane Ida. Dozens of Salvation Army Officers, employees and volunteers were on hand to work drive-thru distribution stations, each set-up with supplies, including food and breakfast boxes, water, MREs (Meal Ready Eat), hygiene kits, dry shampoo, toothbrushes, deodorant, socks, masks, laundry detergent and more. 

As cars drove through the line, relief workers loaded vehicles with supplies, offering prayers and words of support following the devastation from Hurricane Ida.  Plaquemines Parish President, Kirk Lepine, said the Parish has a long road ahead, and he is grateful to The Salvation Army for responding and organizing so quickly. 

In response to Hurricane Ida, The Salvation Army has provided: 


  • 393,118 Meals 

  • 204,736 Drinks 

  • 104,732 Snacks 

  •           38 Active Mobile Feeding Units 


  • 10,128 Cleanup kits (per kit) 

  •    1,420 Cleaning supplies / Tools (per order) 

  • 12,424 Comfort / Hygiene kits (per kit) 

  •   4,352 Food boxes (per order) 

  •      969 Infant supplies (per order) 

  • 10,500 Water (per gallon) 

  • 19,560 Emotional and Spiritual Care contacts 



  • 386,734 Meals 

  • 197,308 Drinks 

  •   98,252 Snacks 


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