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April 24, 2017
Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans Receives Donation for Suicide Prevention in St. Tammany Parish
On Monday, April 24, Sgt. Trinity Graves, on behalf of the St. Tammany Deputy Sheriff’s Association, presented Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans with a donation of $1,850, which will help the organization provide lifesaving crisis response services across the Parish, including counseling to victims of attempted suicide, as well as to the families of those who have committed suicide
April 19, 2017
The orchestra from Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan, travels to The Terraces on Tulane in New Orleans to entertain seniors.
April 10, 2017
On March 14, Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans hosted its 25th Annual GolfStar Classic, presented by Jay Trusheim, Prudential Financial Professional, offering P&C through Liberty Mutual Insurance, at TPC Louisiana in Avondale.
February 17, 2017
Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans Hosted Volunteer Information Fair for Northshore Residents
Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans – in collaboration with 20 other local nonprofits – hosted a Volunteer Information Fair on February 17, 2017, to educate prospective volunteers about opportunities in the Slidell/Lacombe area. Attendees learned how they can help address important community needs, including the requirements, commitments and registration processes necessary to volunteer with participating organizations
December 14, 2016
Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans hosted a Christmas party for the elderly residents at its senior housing facility Terraces on Tulane on Tuesday, December 13, 2016. Volunteers from UnitedHealthcare, an agency partner, shared in merriment and distributed gifts to residents. The event was part of Volunteers of America’s Christmas Wish program, whereby the organization collects and distributes gifts to consumers in need who may not have otherwise received a Christmas gift this holiday season.
November 18, 2016
In celebration of National Adoption Month, Volunteers of America of Greater New Orleans hosted its joyous annual Carousel Party on Saturday, November 12. Dozens of families brought together through Volunteers of America's Adoption Program enjoyed carousel and train rides in the New Orleans City Park Carousel Gardens in celebration of their unique families.
November 8, 2016
Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans hosted a special Veterans Corps Pinning Ceremony and Breakfast in Mandeville, LA, on November 8, 2016, to honor senior citizens in its Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) who are military Veterans. This year, 15 new members were added to its Veterans Corps, bringing the total number of members to 49.
November 3, 2016
Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans broke ground on its newest housing development, The Cottages at Mile Branch. Located at 424 Purslane Drive in Covington, the development will offer 25 two, three and four-bedroom single-family homes on individual lots. Thirteen of the homes will be set aside for veterans and their families; four of those will be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act and be able to accommodate the needs of physically injured veterans.
September 12, 2016
Sgt. Trinity Graves, on behalf of the St. Tammany Deputy Sheriff's Association, presented Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans with a donation of $1,500, which will help the organization provide lifesaving crisis response services across the Parish. Participating in the presentation were (left to right) Major Wharton Muller, Deputy Chief Tiffany Carrasco, Sheriff Randy Smith, Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans North Shore Services Director Ty Bartel, Sergeant Trinity Graves, Lt. Sammy O'Keefe and Deputy Chief Danny Culpepper.
September 9, 2016
RSVP Volunteers Commemorate 9-11, Place American Flags on 800+ Gravesites at Veterans Cemetery in Slidell
More than 20 seniors from Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans’ Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) visited the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Cemetery to place flags on the graves of our fallen heroes. The volunteers – many are Veterans themselves – were honored with a 9/11 commemorative lapel pin at the beginning of the event. Afterwards, the volunteers offered silent prayers and grateful thanks, some even saluting their fallen counterparts, as they placed American flags upon each gravesite at the cemetery.