We don't wait for the help, We are the help! We the people of Louisiana refuse to stand by and wait for help in the wake of disasters in our state and the country. We rise up to unite and help rescue our neighbors! Our mission is to help the people who can't get help, not only in the wake of disaster, but in everyday life. From the under privileged, the homeless, and all veterans in this country, we won't stand by and watch another person suffer, struggle, and fight for their lives, while the world passes by. We're here to do something about it and make a real change in the lives of many. The words homeless and veterans should never have to be used in a sentence together. Louisiana Cajun Navy and all of the many volunteers and supporters, are here to make a difference, make a change, and to bring people, families and communities back to life and out of devastation !  


We proudly support Quad Area Community Action Agency, Inc. We work closely with them to direct any veterans in need of help over to their organization. If you or someone you know is a veteran in need of assistance, we have linked all of the information to their website and services here. We proudly support the men and women who have served this country! Winnie Sibley Veterans Village - Quad Vets/Quad Area CAA, Inc. - 12057 Sallie Kinchen Rd.  - Hammond, LA 70401 - Ph: 225-567-1961 Quad Area Community - Action Agency, Inc services are available for... -  All veterans who have not been dishonorably discharged - All veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. - All veterans who have served active duty time in the military. Benefits include: Housing, Meals, Employment Assistance, Transportation, Education, Veterans Benefits, Life Skill Training, Case Management and Financial Counseling. 

If you're a vet in need of assistance please follow this link to their website: www.quadvets.org

If you'd like to take a little bit of Louisiana Cajun Navy Spirit with you, consider purchasing one of our shirts or hoodies. All proceeds from our merchandise sales go right back into helping our communities, keep operations running, and provide supplies and assistance for our programs and outreach.