- - Wed., August 17 - SMHA Steps Up Again Amidst Flooding Disaster
SMHA is focusing in the West End of New Iberia that is most in need. One third of the City of New Iberia's 30,000 residents live in the West End.
CLICK ABOVE TO READ MOREOr call:(337) 367-3277SMHA is a not-for-profit.All donations are non-refundable.
- - Fri., August 18 - SMHA meets with West End LeadershipAs thunder rumbles overhead SMHA just finished a planning session with the leaders of the West End Community Neighborhood Association.CLICK ABOVE TO READ MOREOr call:(337) 367-3277SMHA is a not-for-profit.All donations are non-refundable.
- - Thurs., August 26-Louisiana Fishers: Flood Waters Damage More Than HomesCLICK ABOVE TO READ MOREOr call:(337) 367-3277SMHA is a not-for-profit.All donations are non-refundable.
- NeighborWorks America visits the West End Community
NeighborWorks' James Ross and Hillary Rowe (both far left) visited the West End to get a first hand look at the devastation in the community and see the progress of the community and leaders, who pulled together and immediately helped their neighbors without outside help
The Community Foundation of Acadiana’s Acadiana Disaster Relief Fund supports flood relief and recovery efforts throughout the Acadiana region. Southern Mutual Help Association, Inc. (SMHA) CEO Lorna Bourg helps hold the "big check” at the Foundation’s recent check presentation event in Lafayette, Louisiana. - READ MORE -
- SMHA Steps Up Amidst Flood Disaster
- SMHA Meets With West End Leadership
- Louisiana Fishers: Flood Waters Damage More Than Homes
- NeighborWorks America Tours West End Community
Foundation of Acadiana’s Acadiana Disaster Relief Fund supports flood relief
- SMHA Signs Contract - 1st Home in Teche Ridge!
- SMHA Hosts Ercell Charles,
- Mennonites Return to SMHA, 10 Year Visit after Hurricanes
- Sr. Helen Vinton - Louisiana Treasure
Awards & Highlights
For over a decade after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita hit the Gulf Coast, SMHA has recovered 1,064 homes, businesses and churches in 120 villages, small towns, cities and settlements using $10.5 Million in private donations.
VIEW the Rural Recovery Response 3 Year Report