Bard's Early College in New Orleans Program is a unique approach to Early College education, extending the academic resources of the college directly into a public high school. Through partnerships with public high schools across New Orleans, the Early College Program offers tuition-free, Bard accredited coursework to ambitious high school juniors and seniors who face obstacles to higher education.
The BIA is a 501c3 non-profit neighborhood organization, founded in 1930. The BIA serves people who live, work, worship and play in Broadmoor through a coordinated network of anchor institutions, faith-based partners, businesses and community partners.
Reconcile New Orleans transforms the lives of young adults (ages 16-24) and the community through the ministry of reconciliation. We do this by encouraging personal growth, providing workforce development and training, promoting entrepreneurship, working with businesses, nonprofits and people of faith to support this transformation, and building strong communities through community economic development.
The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana is a non-profit organization whose mission is to drive bold, science-based action to rebuild Coastal Louisiana through outreach, restoration and advocacy.
Community Works of Louisiana is dedicated to building a community of healthy and creative learners through programs that integrate arts, recreation, and educational support.
ESYNOLA works to empower generations of New Orleans children to build and maintain healthy relationships with food, the natural world, themselves and their community.
The Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center (GNOFHAC) is a nonprofit civil rights organization established in 1995 to eradicate housing discrimination. GNOFHAC’s work throughout Louisiana includes education, investigation and enforcement activities. GNOFHAC is dedicated to fighting housing discrimination because it is an illegal and divisive force that perpetuates poverty, segregation, ignorance, fear and hatred.
We believe that food and the knowledge to grow food should be available to everyone. Green Light’s free Backyard Vegetable Garden program educates residents on how to start growing their own food, and provides the materials to start a vegetable garden.
Jefferson Parish Department of Environmental Affairs seeks energetic, innovative coordinator to develop outreach and education programs for the improvement of recycling participation in our community. Combine your passion for the environment with your people skills to get citizens excited to make a difference!
As the public’s independent voice, Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation’s (LPBF) mission is to restore and preserve the Pontchartrain Basin for the benefit of this and future generations.As the public’s independent voice, Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation’s (LPBF) mission is to restore and preserve the Pontchartrain Basin for the benefit of this and future generations.
Liberty’s Kitchen is a social enterprise dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable New Orleans youth. We provide a path to bright and healthy futures through employability and life skills training and by providing freshly prepared, nutritious meals to school children.
NetWork Volunteers partners with trusted local nonprofits, providing your group with the best volunteer experience to meet your needs. We customize our services to provide educational, team-building, and logistical support, including transportation to cultural activities and everything in-between. Our team makes it easy to leave a lasting and unique impact on the city and your group.
Parkway Partners is a non-profit organization that empowers citizens to preserve, maintain and beautify greenspace in New Orleans.
The ProBono ProjectThe Pro Bono Project’s continuing mission is to provide free, quality civil legal services to the underserved members of our community. Our work today is as important as at any time in our twenty-seven year history.
By engaging volunteer attorneys, paralegals, law students, and private citizens to render pro bono services, The Pro Bono Project serves clients in Orleans, Jefferson, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Tammany, and Washington parishes who otherwise might not have access to the civil legal help they need.
Project Ishmael is a small immigration legal clinic for children located in First Grace United Methodist Church (www.FirstGraceUMC.org) in Mid City New Orleans. Our 3 main goals are:
1) to meet some of the immigration legal needs of children in New Orleans through direct representation and education,
2) to coordinate volunteer attorneys to help meet the diverse legal needs of women and children who currently live at Hagar's House, and
3) to challenge systemic injustices that allow children and their families to be separated, harassed, deported or incarcerated based on skin color or immigration status
Southeast Louisiana Legal Services helps people tackle civil legal issues for a stronger, safer, better life. SLLS is the region's first line of civil legal aid for the poor.
Tulane/Canal Neighborhood Development Corporation (TCNDC) is a non-profit 501c(3) organization of community based stakeholders working together to restore and beautify the Tulane/Canal neighborhood and provide quality affordable housing opportunities for low-income families and individuals. Through integrity, the TCNDC will foster a sense of community, inclusiveness, mutual respect and dignity. TCNDC will collaborate and partner with all who support this mission and who share the underlying principles.
unCommon Construction creates high energy, impactful construction experiences that develop New Orleans’ hard working high school students into team-oriented, resourceful leaders.