How to Help Louisiana Students and Families

The severe and deadly flooding in Louisiana is the worst natural disaster in the U.S. since Superstorm Sandy. For the survivors, thousands of them have been left with nothing, and need our help. Students are in great need of supplies for the new school year.

Here’s how you can help:

Trial Lawyers Care has created school supply lists for three different age groups—elementary, middle school, and high school—based on requests from affected parish schools. You can either download the supply list and shop locally and mail; or follow the  links below to Amazon school lists pre-populated with the supplies:

View and print the supply document and shop at your retailer of choice locally or online. (Shipping address is below).

Pre-populated Amazon shopping lists:

AAJ/TLC Elementary School Supply List – approximately $105 w/completed backpack:

AAJ/TLC Middle School Supply List – approximately $150 w/completed backpack:

AAJ/TLC High School Supply List – approximately $185 w/completed backpack:

If you choose Amazon for your purchase, there are buttons to move all items on the list to your cart at one time, or to select individual items and move them individually to your cart. These options enable you to make changes before purchasing anything.

Please note that we’ve included “clear backpacks” in these lists because many parish schools now require their use. We did not include the scientific calculators at the high school level since this would double the cost of the high school supplies. But, if you are so inclined, we welcome this item as well.

Ship to:

TLC School Supplies
Herman Herman & Katz, LLC
820 O’Keefe Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70113
Tel: 504-581-4892

AAJ’s Trial Lawyers Care Committee member Jennifer Greene, at the Herman firm, is organizing a team of volunteers who will unpack and distribute the shipments to schools in the affected areas in and around Baton Rouge. If you have any questions regarding these supplies, please email Jessie Hoerman at or Jennifer Greene at

Giving Locally through the Baton Rouge Area Foundation

Another way to make a difference is by giving to the Baton Rouge Area Foundation, The Foundation is community-based and has set up a special fund specifically for this flood relief effort, to which Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards has been directing contributions.

If you make a donation, please let us know. We’d like to keep track of how we did on this project for the people of Louisiana. Email us at

Thank you!

Posted on August 23, 2016 at 9:27 pm in Disaster Relief, General by kloiacono - RSS 2.0

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