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Shreveport Volunteer Network continues storm recovery efforts in south La.

The Shreveport Volunteer Network has been assisting with storm recovery efforts in south...
The Shreveport Volunteer Network has been assisting with storm recovery efforts in south Louisiana since Hurricane Ida hit the coast on Aug. 29, 2021.(Shreveport Volunteer Network)
Published: Sep. 15, 2021 at 1:38 PM CDT
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SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - Shreveport Volunteer Network is helping with storm recovery efforts in south Louisiana.

Co-founder Keith Bryant says there is no end in sight for recovery efforts.

Volunteers have spent weeks traveling across the impacted areas, trying to help in any way they can.

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“It’s part of the network, the community then supplies come in and it goes out to the community,” Bryant said.

The network is also working with other groups like iServe365, a faith-based nonprofit out of Chester, Texas, that has set up a resource center 20 minutes south of Houma.

iServe365 board member Kim Glawson says it’s a mission of love that pushes her and other volunteers to help others.

With both groups not looking to slow down anytime soon, they say they hope people will continue to donate food, water, rain gear and other items to help their mission.

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