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Rapid Response

Last month 4,200 gallons of crude oil spilled into the Gulf off the coast of Louisiana - dousing the delicate marshes of Barataria Bay in thick, sticky oil.

As soon as Gulf Restoration Network learned of the spill, we leapt into action. With the help of a generous supporter, we were in the air less than 24 hours after the Hilcorp Energy spill was reported - taking photos, documenting the damage, reaching out to state and federal agencies and raising awareness about the latest oil industry harm to our precious coast.

Because of our quick reaction, state and federal agencies are now in motion to hold Hilcorp accountable to clean up the damage. But, we can't do this alone.

Help us respond quickly and strategically to leaks, spills and disasters by donating today to our Rapid Response Fund.

Without the support of a generous donor, GRN wouldn’t have had the resources to carry out our emergency response plan. Will you donate to the Rapid Response Fund?

This work is critical to the safety of our Gulf and our communities, but unfortunately, we don’t have dedicated funding to do it. Each time there is an incident, we struggle to put boots on the ground (or in the air, or on the water). 

Please, donate today to ensure that GRN can immediately respond to future disasters.

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