Second group of Sheep Dog Impact Assistance volunteers head to Louisiana

A second group of volunteers from Sheep Dog Impact Assistance, a nonprofit based in Rogers, is heading south tomorrow morning to help the victims of Hurricane Ida. SDIA raised budget and fundraising tonight as the second round of volunteers head to Raceland and Houma, Louisiana tomorrow. The first round of volunteers who left last Wednesday are returning tonight. SDIA founder Sgt. Major Lance Nutt said 73 volunteers from across the country had dropped out last Wednesday. He said they helped over 200 people and covered over 50 houses and buildings with tarpaulin and removed debris. He said the goal is to help veterans and first responders recover as many of them are helping the community. “I think from a recovery standpoint we want to enable these first responders to focus on helping the community while their families are cared for and the general health and community while they are recovering,” Sgt. Major Lance Nutt, CEO and founder of Sheep Dog Impact Assistance, said.

A second group of volunteers from Sheep Dog Impact Assistance, a nonprofit based in Rogers, is heading south tomorrow morning to help the victims of Hurricane Ida.

SDIA raised budget and fundraising tonight as the second round of volunteers head to Raceland and Houma, Louisiana tomorrow.

The first round of volunteers who left last Wednesday are returning tonight.

SDIA founder Sgt. Major Lance Nutt said 73 volunteers from across the country had dropped out last Wednesday.

He said they helped over 200 people and covered over 50 houses and buildings with tarpaulin and removed debris.

He said the goal is to help veterans and first responders recover as many of them are helping the community.

“I think from a recovery standpoint we want to enable these first responders to focus on helping the community while caring for their family and the general health and community during their recovery,” said Sgt. Major Lance Nutt , CEO and Founder of Sheep Dog Impact Assistance, said.