United Way of Southeast Louisiana (UWSELA) is seeking community volunteers to serve as grant reviewers to help read and rate proposals for our 2019-2022 Blueprint for Prosperity program grants. Volunteers with subject matter expertise will serve as peer reviewers to objectively evaluate a competitive group of grant applications against the criteria in the Blueprint for Prosperity Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA).
100 percent of funds to support emergency assistance to individuals and families
Vanessa Greenslade, PhD, is United Way of Southeast Louisiana’s resident research and data expert. Vanessa works with our Community Impact team to bring a data-driven approach to our fight for the health, education, and financial stability of every person.
The updated United Way ALICE Report for Louisiana, released earlier this month, shows nearly 1 in 2 Southeast Louisiana (SELA) households (47 percent) struggled to make ends meet in 2016.
Mayor Cantrell applauds efforts, calls for continued service in 2019
NEW ORLEANS – The 2018 NOLA Foundation and its Community Engagement Committee – in partnership with United Way of Southeast Louisiana, HandsOn New Orleans and NetWork Volunteers – revealed totals for the successful 300,000 Hours for the Next 300 Tricentennial volunteer challenge presented by Entergy Corporation at an event on Dec. 31, 2018.
Updated ALICE Report details size and scope of financial hardship across Louisiana
Website to collect donations for households affected by river flooding
NEW ORLEANS – United Way of Southeast Louisiana launched Saturday the Northshore Flood Relief Fund to assist households affected by river flooding in St. Tammany and Washington parishes.
Click here to make an online contribution.
The United Way ALICE Project, a groundbreaking study on financial hardship, revealed in 2016 that more than 50 million U.S. households struggle to afford necessities like health care, housing, food, child care, transportation, taxes, and a smart phone.
ALICE – Asset, Limited, Income Constrained, Employed – is a term for households who earn above the Federal Poverty Level, but not enough to cover a basic household survival budget.