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To visit, and help, and care for the orphan.
Last Call is a multiracial collective of queer artists, activists, and archivists. Drawn together by the closing of the last remaining dyke bar, Last Call creates innovative, multi-platform performances and events that document and interpret neglected queer history, creating connections between those who lived this history and those who have much at stake if it is forgotten. We conjure up intergenerational gathering places where the movement for queer liberation is carried forward.
Innocence Project New Orleans
Innocence Project New Orleans (IPNO) frees innocent, life-sentenced prisoners, supports our clients living well and fully in the world after their release and advocates for sensible criminal justice policies that reduce wrongful convictions.
Sharing New Orleans AfroCaribbean culture throughout the world.
Jane Place Neighborhood Sustainability Initiative
Jane Place Neighborhood Sustainability Initiative's (JPNSI) mission is to build the permanently affordable, community-controlled housing that we all need, and to build power within our community to win equitable housing policies and laws so low and moderate-income New Orleanians can enjoy housing security and resist displacement.
Ascension DePaul Services of New Orleans (formerly Daughters of Charity Services of New Orleans)
The Mission of Ascension DePaul Services of New Orleans is to improve the health and well-being of our community and to be a presence of the love of Jesus in the lives of all we serve and with whom we partner.
Geaux Girl Media
Geaux Girl! is a local nonprofit print and online magazine created for and with New Orleans teen girls to INFORM, INSPIRE, ENGAGE, and EMPOWER. Together with girls and experts in the community, we bring perspectives and knowledge--including reproductive and mental health information--that girls may not have access to elsewhere. As a unique self-care resource and creative platform for girls to make their voices heard, Geaux Girl! sends a powerful message to NOLA girls: You go, girl!
Thrive New Orleans
Our mission is to serve as a catalyst to help lift people out of material and asset poverty and wholistically restore our community. Our vision is to see individuals empowered to change their lives, families, and the community.
St. Andrew's Episcopal School
St. Andrew's Episcopal School strives to educate the mind, body and spirit of children by promoting academic excellence and social responsibility in a small, nurturing environment that values faith, reason, and diversity.
TrainingGrounds assists parents, caregivers, and professionals with providing children birth to five years of age with rich learning experiences, positive adult-child interactions and social-emotional skills that will contribute to success in school and beyond.
New Orleans Mission
The New Orleans Mission is about changing lives and bringing hope to hurting people in our community. Our programs and services are designed to RESCUE men and women from abuse, homelessness, addiction, and human trafficking, strengthen their RECOVERY efforts and ultimately foster a successful RE-ENGAGEMENT into society as healthy, disciplined, productive individuals who have a renewed passion to lead a purpose-driven life with sustained recovery.
Historic Faubourg Treme Association
Historic Faubourg Tremé Association was founded in 2006 to support the architecture, culture, and history of Tremé. HFTA envisions a Tremé that has thriving commercial corridors along Basin, North Claiborne, Rampart, and St. Bernard Avenue that showcases Tremé's rich live music, visual arts, and performing arts culture with neighborhood friendly corner retail that makes Tremé one of the most walkable neighborhoods in New Orleans.
Lutheran High School of Greater New Orleans
Lutheran High School (LHS) is a small college preparatory high school with grades 9-12. At Lutheran High School, faculty and staff are committed to nurturing the whole child. A Lutheran High School Gryphon learns to Love, Honor, and Serve at school, at home, and in the community. This year Lutheran High School is celebrating 50 years of educating students in the Greater New Orleans area.
The Pro Bono Project
The Pro Bono Project's mission is to provide free, quality civil legal services to the underserved members of our community. By engaging volunteer attorneys, paralegals, law students, and private citizens, we serve clients throughout the region who otherwise might not have access to the civil legal help they need. The Pro Bono Project works in collaboration with other legal and social service providers to improve the quality of life for our clients and their communities.
SPROUT's mission is to support established and developing farmers in our community with technical and social support to build a stronger, more equipped community of growers in South East Louisiana and help all of our neighbors to be part of a community food system.