United Way of Southeast Louisiana, business and community partners launch New Orleans East Tornado Recovery Plan

NEW ORLEANS – Community and business leaders, including representatives of United Way of Southeast Louisiana, SBPGreater New Orleans FoundationRebuilding Together and Entergy New Orleans, will gather on Thursday to announce the launch of the New Orleans East Tornado Recovery Plan for assisting families impacted by the Feb. 7 tornado.

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Lessons Learned from a Mother’s Inspiring Words

We went to sleep last night with news of yet another deadly vehicle attack, this time in Barcelona, and awake to the stories of devastation and loss of life.

This singular act of violence cannot disappear into the dozens of similar attacks across Europe and here at home in Charlottesville. For me, each incident stands alone as a mark on our progress toward a greater good. Each one reaffirms that hate is real and alive in our world.

Day of Action 9.16.17

VOLUNTEER WITH US!
A United Way Day of Action is an invitation for people and organizations in our community to LIVE UNITED and take action to address a variety of challenges. It is a day that we ask you to help us put our mission into action by creating a more vibrant community for us all!

Saturday, September 16th
9 a.m. - Noon
Greenville Park Leadership Academy
(former Hammond Jr. High)
111 J W Davis Dr., Hammond, LA 70403

2017 EFSP Funds

FUNDS AVAILABLE TO NON-PROFITS IN ORLEANS PARISH

Orleans Parish has been awarded Federal funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency in the amount of $198,635. These funds must be used to supplement food, shelter, rent-mortgage and utility assistance efforts in ongoing programs to assist people with economic emergencies unrelated to disasters.

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2017 EFSP Funding

FUNDS AVAILABLE TO NON-PROFITS IN ORLEANS PARISH

Orleans Parish has been awarded Federal funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency in the amount of $198,635. These funds must be used to supplement food, shelter, rent-mortgage and utility assistance efforts in ongoing programs to assist people with economic emergencies unrelated to disasters.

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