Although the Saints can’t play in New Orleans yet due to the impact of Hurricane Ida on the area, it didn’t stop the organization and some players from donating their time and money to help the community. Saints owner Gael Benson initially donated $1 million to the relief fund, which then prompted the organizations of hawks, crows, and leopards to each donate $1 million. The National Football League also donated $1 million. Aside from the owners donating the money, Saints defensive End Cam Jordan announced Thursday on his Instagram that he will give $40,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank in New Orleans to spread awareness about people who have been starving since the hurricane. but that is not all. Jordan will start sending Cameo video messages for donations. Some of his videos are $4 to represent that one in four Louisiana kids deals with hunger issues. There will also be 23 higher priced videos representing the 23 parishes that Second Harvest serves. More: Soon the stadium opens in the wake of Hurricane IdaJordan is charging $320 for his Cameo videos, so Cameo decided to donate the teams. Jordan plans to continue raising funds for non-profit organizations. Coptic quarterback James Winston and returnee Alvin Camara have not publicly donated the money yet, but they have asked New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell to tell them how they can help the community. Winston also spoke about Ida’s relief after training in Jacksonville, Florida, this week. To help our city survive, “Jaboowins” opened their press conference with a private message ❤️ pic.twitter.com/Dmq8Lyaton – New Orleans Saints (Saints) September 8, 2021 “I want to say thank you to all the first responders, people on the ground right now,” said Winston. , and all the people in grassroots organizations who work in New Orleans to help our city survive.” New Orleans, I know we’ve been through this before, but our culture is strong, and we will feed from these adversities to make us stronger. We are with you. Everyone in Louisiana, we are with you. We will REPRESENTING YOU MORE: 2021 NFL Predictions The Saints will open their season Sunday in Jacksonville against the Packers.As of now, the Saints hope to return to the Caesars Superdome by Week 4.