Damage from Hurricane Laura in Lake Charles, La. Damage from Hurricane Laura in Lake Charles, La. (Source: Shutterstock)

After Hurricane Laura made landfall in Lake Charles, La., one month ago, the devastation is still massive, but many credit unions and the Louisiana Credit Union League (LCUL) are stepping up efforts to help credit unions, members and their communities recover and rebuild.

LCUL reported that it appears as if no home was left unscathed in the aftermath of the hurricane. For example, homes have entire walls blown away, roofs are gone and replaced by a sea of blue tarp, large trees are wedged on top of or inside homes, and twisted sheet metal lines the highways.

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