Our home in New Orleans, Louisiana was hit hard by the tornado on February 7, 2017, it was tataly unexpected, we were in the process of transitioning back into our home in May once my son got out of school. We lost the roof of our home and windows walls, plumbing, foundation, just to name a few. The plumbing was blown out, the fence was blown down the street and as you can see rafters was like spears in the roof. We just finished the house completely from hurricane Katrina in 2005,
The ornado tore the walls and crushed the ceiling and insulation. The garage was completely gone, the air conditioner vent went somewhere and bathtub turned over, rafters in the ceiling is gone, joist are gone, this is unbelievable! We lost furniture, electrical boxes, this tornado in New Orleans was worse than hurricane Katrina.
'It's just hard to clearly explain the trauma that we have to re-visit. Please help us rebuild directly, there's no need to donate your help through organizations when you can come see for yourself hands on at 4647 Donna Drive New Orleans, Louisiana 70127. Come see my neighbors too!
I'm a widow and a mother of two and we just can't do this one alone. We need all the help we can get. My son will be 11 on February 25, 2017 he don't have his father so if anyone can donate any tickets for the NBA ALLSTAR game or events that would be a blessing because no child should have to go through this twice.
Use PayPal.Me/nolatornadorelief/25 to donate $25.00 or more Or less