We Cannot Thank You Enough
Pictured above: Andy kopplin - CEO of Greater New Orleans Foundation joins us for our GiveNOLA day celebration at Urban South Brewery. THANK YOU! On GiveNOLADay 2019 we raised $6455 from 43 donors, which is over double our goal of $3000, and over TWICE the amount we raised last year! Each dollar will be spent continuing to create new housing in the revitalization of the L9. We couldn't have done it without YOU!!!
Incredible! You all are truly incredible! We have already raised $2,788 of our $3,000 goal and we still have 8 hours left!!! Thank you to everyone who has donated thus far! Each and every donation is bringing the Lower 9th Ward one step closer to being fully revitalized. Come Celebrate... Join us at Urban South Brewery from 6-8 pm TONIGHT (May 7) to celebrate this special day! Urban South will make a donation to support the Lower 9th Ward - based on the number of people wh
Today's the Day
Go NOW to www.GiveNOLA.org/L9WHA to partner with us in the resident-driven redevelopment of the Lower 9th Ward. Come Celebrate... Join us at Urban South Brewery from 6-8 pm TONIGHT (May 7) to celebrate this special day! Urban South is located at 1645 Tchoupitoulas St. **TODAY ONLY** DOUBLE YOUR DONATION! Two long-time partners of the L9WHA have generously agreed to match all donations made for GiveNOLA up to $2000 – double your impact with a GiveNOLA gift!!
The Time is Now
Success With GiveNOLA 2019 (www.GiveNOLA.org/L9WHA) less than 24 hours away, we wanted to take a moment to share a bit about the incredible progress that's being made in the L9 community in recent months as a result of your partnership with the L9WHA. Don't wait until tomorrow - you can actually schedule your GiveNOLA gift today!! Creating Homes The New Orleans Redevelopment Authority owns 600 properties, mostly vacant lots, in the L9W-all of them once the homes of neighborho
Unity in the L9
Rev. Willie L. Calhoun, Jr. has lived in the Lower 9th Ward his whole life. He's always been an active community member, but now his visionary leadership is beginning to transform the neighborhood. Last week we spoke to him about his love, vision, and plan for the Lower 9th Ward. It was over a year ago that Rev. Calhoun was having dinner in Diane and Austin Allen's home and they were struck with the idea of inviting the American Institute of Architects (AIA) to the Lower 9th