THE BATON ROUGE FLOOD:

In 2016 Altruist Relief fed people in cooperation with FFRE and Organic Valley after the flood in Baton Rouge, LA. 

Here is our video about that project:

 

Standing Rock:

In the fall of 2016 Altruist Relief took a group of Natives from New Orleans, LA to Standing Rock near Cannon Ball, ND and set-up a large scale kitchen in one of our Rapid Response Tents (similar to a Siberian tepee,) and fed water protectors.

Our Crew and old gear at Camp Oceti Sakowin in October, 2016. This Rapid Response Tent is actually one of our smaller versions.

Our Crew and old gear at Camp Oceti Sakowin in October, 2016. This Rapid Response Tent is actually one of our smaller versions.

Living At Standing Rock:

In December of 2016 crew members Lucid and Tea went back to Standing Rock and volunteered for three weeks and assisted the water protectors in their cause. (Here is our video about living at Standing Rock.)

 

Syrian Refugee Camps in Levos, Greece:

Crew members Lucid and Tea volunteered at Karatepe, a primarily Syrian refugee camp on the island of Lesvos, Greece. They went to assess the viability of setting up a duplicate of the project as a refugee camp in the future. They also worked at LATRA, an architectural & engineering design organization within the camp.

 

RAINBOW GATHERINGS:

Every year Altruist Relief (formerly Shining Light Kitchen) feeds thousands of people at the National/Annual Rainbow Gatherings to refine our procedures, develop gear and spread awareness.

 This is Lucid, our Program Director, standing beside our new and improved industrial kitchen inside of our giant new Rapid Response Tent in the local Grant County newspaper in Oregon. (Reffered to here as Global Relief.)

 This is Lucid, our Program Director, standing beside our new and improved industrial kitchen inside of our giant new Rapid Response Tent in the local Grant County newspaper in Oregon. (Reffered to here as Global Relief.)

 This is a video about our project and mission at the 2017 Annual Oregon Rainbow Gathering.