Local donations pour in for Isaac relief effort - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Local donations pour in for Isaac relief effort

Our Lady of Lasalette Catholic Church CYO helping to collect supplies Sunday in Sulphur Our Lady of Lasalette Catholic Church CYO helping to collect supplies Sunday in Sulphur
Cars lining up for the City of Sulphur's Hurricane Isaac relief effort donation drive Cars lining up for the City of Sulphur's Hurricane Isaac relief effort donation drive
SULPHUR, LA (KPLC) -

KPLC At Your Service is partnering with the City of Sulphur and retired New Orleans Saints player Mike McKenzie for donation efforts in the Hurricane Isaac Relief effort. 

Sulphur Mayor Chris Duncan is asking people to drop off non-perishable item and funds.

Cars lined the street in front of the Old Tyme Store at Ruth and Cypress streets on Sunday as firefighters continue to collect donation to help the relief effort in Southeast Louisiana.

Dropoff hours are from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and from noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday.

The City of Lake Charles is also joining in the effort. Starting today in Lake Charles, donations will be accepted drop-off site on the south side of the LC Civic Center from noon to 7 p.m. Sunday. The hours Monday - Saturday will be from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Non-perishable food items and cash will be delivered to hard-hit areas like Plaquemines Parish. Officials are no longer accepting used clothes and shoes. Here's a full list of current needs:

Non-perishable food items

Cleaning supplies

Household items such as towels, linens and pillows

Dog and cat food

School supplies

New pre-packaged socks, underwear, T-shirts, etc.

Personal hygiene products

Baby needs such as food, formula, diapers and wipes

First aid supplies

Bottled water

Monetary donations---check made payable to City of Sulphur with Hurricane Isaac written in the memo line

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