Responding quickly and passionately to help those recover and rebuild in the wake of disasters.

Hurricane aid.

We help towns across the US rebuild after natural disasters. The 2017 hurricane season brought unprecedented damage. During that time, we responded to communities in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico. Volunteers jump in and help muck and gut flood damaged homes for families in need.

In response to 2017 hurricanes


cans of drinking water + pallets of food were prepared and distributed.

  • Navajo Nation COVID-19 Relief.

    Coronavirus is adversely affecting tribal communities throughout the Navajo Nation. Many lack access to running water and grocery stores are few and far between. To date, 250,000 cans of water have been donated to families in need.


    When a community is facing unclean drinking water conditions, we team up with CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective and Ball Corporation to distribute water to families in need. To date, over 2 million cans of water have been donated throughout the US and Puerto Rico.

  • Flint Michigan water crisis.

    In response to the ongoing drinking water crisis we have distributed over 250,000 cans of water to date.

  • Baton Rouge, LA Flooding.

    In 2016, heavy rains flooded countless homes in Baton Rouge, leaving many families displaced. Can’d Aid rallied volunteers who helped rip out dry wall and muck and gut devastated homes.

  • Colorado Flood Relief.

    In 2013, devastating floods hit Lyons and Longmont, Colorado. Can’d Aid rallied to dig neighbors out. In total, nearly $750K was raised and granted to families and small businesses.

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