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SNAP Employment & Training Program Promotes Self-Sufficiency through Training, Experience The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and United Way of Southeast Louisiana (UWSELA) are partnering to help expand workforce training programs to recipients of the federal...
The 12-week course honoring the late Nancy Meyers Marsiglia is engaging residents of all backgrounds in exploring and debating elements of the U.S. Constitution NEW ORLEANS - Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and United Way of Southeast Louisiana announced today the inaugural class of...
NEW ORLEANS – United Way of Southeast Louisiana announced Thursday the launch of the Hurricane Florence Recovery Fund to aid in rebuilding efforts for areas affected by the storm. Visit UnitedWaySELA.org/FlorenceRecoveryFund to make an online contribution. Please address mail-in donations to:...
Orleans and St. Bernard Parishes have been awarded Federal funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency in the amount of $198,635. Funds must be used to supplement food, shelter, rent-mortgage & utility assistance efforts in ongoing...
The Institute seeks to increase access to literacy-richsummer programming to more than 500 New Orleans youth View the photo gallery here.  NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Campaign for Grade-Level Reading and United Way of Southeast Louisiana unveiled on Thursday the Kay Fennelly Summer Literacy...
United Way of Southeast Louisiana presented an $8,400 contribution the Northshore Food Bank to support the food bank’s Feed the Gap program. The Northshore Food Bank, operating since 1984, serves low-income, food insecure households in St. Tammany and Washington Parishes. As a Second Harvest...
12-week course honoring the late Nancy Meyers Marsiglia will engage residents of all backgrounds in exploring and debating elements of the U.S. Constitution Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and United Way of Southeast Louisiana will announce at a 10 a.m. press conference on Wednesday,...
  The campaign aims to provide direct support to New Orleans’ homeless population through a safe mobile giving platform NEW ORLEANS – United Way of Southeast Louisiana and partners launched Tuesday a new initiative called Make Change NOLA: A Better Way to Give. The program combines a public...
Simulation experience reveals real-life poverty situations individuals face every day NEW ORLEANS - United Way of Southeast Louisiana, Entergy Corporation and the Jefferson Community Foundation hosted Tuesday a poverty simulation to help participants understand the struggles confronted by low-...
Partnership engages industry leaders to build crisis funding for hospitality professionals NEW ORLEANS – Thursday, United Way of Southeast Louisiana and the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation announced the launch of Hospitality Cares, a crisis grant program offering emergency financial assistance to...

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