The Cajun Commissary is a citizen led relief network, supporting all volunteers, first responders, non-profits, faith based organizations, corporations, and municipal agencies with acquisition, distribution, recovery, and project based initiatives for communities affected by crisis.
The Cajun Commissary has been blessed with the necessary cooking equipment to set up a field kitchen in South West Louisiana to serve the families who have survived the 2020 Hurricane season,
Our goal is to provide meals, snacks, fresh fruits, vegetables and water to the affected families as soon as possible after the storms have passed and during the long recovery process. .
We will also be able to provide personal hygiene products, cleaning supplies and non-perishable food.
In response to the current COVID-19 social distancing regulations in Louisiana, we have created Operation Grocery Drop. This is a new concept we are establishing to allow an entire neighborhood, essential workers, businesses, churches and families to receive bulk wholesale grocery delivery to help support our community health.
Through this operation, community groups are able to receive bulk priced fresh produce, dairy, meat and seafood while still supporting local farmers, and distributors from a central drop point in or very near their own neighborhoods or place of business.
We have partnered with Captial City Produce, Louisiana Seafood Exchange, and Choctaw Provision Co. based out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana to begin the first round of “Grocery Drops”.
Follow the link below for more information.
The Fire Fighter Project is an international collaboration of firefighters, volunteers, non-profits, scientists, engineers, and corporations with one goal in mind:
To improve the lives and health of firefighters by introducing new technology in the fields of Water Filtration, Eco Friendly Nanotechnology for Personal Protective Gear, Equipment, Non-Toxic Fire Suppression Solutions, Anti-corrosion Nano Coatings.