When historic flood waters overtook Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Mutual Aid Disaster Relief contacted the affected communities on the ground and within hours were setting up a communal space for volunteers to gather, putting a call out to amplify the requests of those fighting to save their homes, items wish lists were mass-circulated and volunteers on the ground began assembling crews and affinity groups to respond alongside Baton Rouge residents for gutting, mucking and cleanup efforts.

Folks from across the country jumped in their cars in autonomous actions to stand with the Baton Rouge community as MAD Relief Welcome Packs were sent out to orient and convey our principles of solidarity not charity, consent and consensus based organizing and direct action.