Mormon Helping Hands clean up from Hurricane Isaac

by | Sep. 06, 2012

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Within days after Hurricane Isaac hit the Gulf Coast near New Orleans, hundreds of Mormon Helping Hands volunteers were in the impacted areas cleaning up. This coming weekend, more than 1,000 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) from Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana will arrive in the hardest-hit areas with needed supplies, tools, and hygiene kits. They will spend their days working alongside local residents helping them remove carpet, base-boards, sheet rock, and otherwise assist with the clean-up effort.
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