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  • God’s Vineyard with Parkway Partners
    • Contact: Deshae Beamer
    • Phone: 504-975-8640
    • Help boys and young men from the old St. Thomas Project in the chopping and bottling of a variety of spicy peppers, which make the locally renowned St. Thomas Hot Sauce. Proceeds from the sauce provide lifelong support to this group of young men.
  • St. John the Baptist Community Center(CATHOLIC CHARITIES)
    • 1920 Clio Street, New Orleans, La 70113
    • Director Janet Rousso
    • Phone: 504-529-2557 Fax: 581-2028
    • Services: Neighborhood-based services include counseling and referral, food, pre-school education, clothing, and emergency assistance.
  • Hope Haven (CATHOLIC CHARITIES)
    • Phone : 347-5581
    • Fax 340-2075
    • 1101 Barataria Blvd, Marrero, LA
    • Description: Hope Haven Center, which includes Hope Haven/Madonna and St. Elizabeth is a residential treatment facility providing interdisciplinary services to children ages 5-19 who have moderate to serious behavioral, educational, emotional and/or family problems.
  • ARC Of Greater New Orleans
    • 5700 Loyola Ave, New Orleans, La 70115
    • Contact: Jane Wilson
    • Phone: 897-0134 Fax: 895-6496
    • Email: jwilson9189@juno.com
    • Description: Provides care for persons with disabilities on a planned or emergency basis.
      Also provides early intervention plan for children from ages of birth to 3 years old who have developmental delays. Needs: Yard maintenance, raking, hauling, weeding, planting, preparing garden beds and cutting small trees, painting, work with children and adults. Volunteers: up to 25 people.
  • Uptown Shepherd Center
    • 921 S. Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, La 70118
    • Director: Silvia Warren
    • Phone: 314-0300
    • Email: jwarren115@aol.com
    • Description: The senior center has various activities for its members including congregate meals, leisure activities, transportation assistance and information services.
      Hours: 8:30a m – 2:00pm Monday through Friday
  • Ozanam Inn Homeless Men's Shelter
    • 843 Camp Street, New Orleans, La 70130
    • Contact: Clarence Adams
    • Phone: 504-523-1184 Fax 523-1187
    • http://www.oldstpatricks.org/x_ozanam.htm
    • Description: Provides 96 emergency shelter beds for men; vouchers for women/children for other shelters; mail service; 3 meals/day (6am, 2pm, 6pm); emergency clothing; and counseling, job program, and referral for medical assistance. All services are free.
  • Habitat for Humanity Greater New Orleans
    • 7100 St. Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70112
    • Contact: Sarah Schindhelm
    • Phone: 861-2077 Fax: 866-6004
    • Email: volunteer@habitat-nola.org
    • http://www.habitat-nola.org/
    • Description: Provides low cost housing opportunities to residents of New Orleans. Volunteers construct houses alongside soon-to-be homeowners. Habitat’s ReStore also accepts donations of non-clothing items and volunteers are also needed there to help with organizing and inventory.
  • Cafe Reconcile
    • 1631 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd
    • Director: Craig Cuccia
    • Phone 568-1157
    • http://www.cafereconcile.com/
    • Café Reconcile provides employment opportunities to local people which includes training for work in the hotel and restaurant industry. Volunteers are needed for apprenticeship, construction, cleanup, organizing supplies, data entry, and locating homes for donations.
  • Boys Hope Girls Hope
    • 4128 Baudin Street New Orleans, LA 70119
    • Contact: Angela Archer
    • Phone: 504-484-7744 or 850-766-1496
    • E-mail: aarcher@bhgh.org
    • Needs: Renovation of homes, fundraisers, donations, plan activities for kids.
  • Kingsley House
    • Contact: Diana Farthing
    • Phone: 504-523-6221 Ext. 126
    • E-mail: dfarthing@kingsleyhouse.org
    • Description: Kingsley House assists families with life management counseling, creates safe after-school programming, and provides assisted care for elderly and impaired adults among other things.

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Updated November 3, 2008

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