Louisiana has been the focal point of some major crises over the years, from Hurricane Katrina in August of 2005 to the flooding of Baton Rouge and Lafayette on August 11 – the residents of the Bayou State have experience their fair share of damage from natural disasters. As they struggle to recover, rebuild, and return a sense of normalcy to the region, help is on the way from organizations and coalitions across the country. One such coalition has been hard at work gathering donations to help in the relief, the Central Virginia Coalition for Louisiana Disaster Relief. One of their most prominent members is Morse Investigation Services, who joins six other companies to accumulate bottled water, first aid, baby formula/diapers/wipes, and hygiene items such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, soap, and shampoo. The professional investigation firm is working in association with God's Pit Crew, a Crisis Response Team based in Virginia.