We love our city and the diverse communities that make up the Greater New Orleans area. Our contributions, leadership, and volunteer efforts help create stronger, healthier places for our clients, our team, and their families to work and live. We challenge all of you who visit us to give back to their communities in whatever way is meaningful to you.
Our community involvement includes support of the following organizations:
Covenant House serves the homeless, traumatized, and abused children of New Orleans by providing protection from the streets and from their pasts, providing life’s basic needs of food, clothing, and shelter, establishing caring, lasting relationships built on trust, respect, and honesty, offering kids guidelines, plans, and options to encourage their spiritual and emotional growth, and assisting the children in making positive decisions about their future.
The mission of the Cancer Crusaders, an all-volunteer organization, is to provide support for cancer research in the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan area independently from any other cancer organization, locally or nationally. Funds raised through Cancer Crusaders are distributed annually to the Louisiana State University (LSU) Stanley S. Scott Cancer Center and Tulane University Cancer Center in New Orleans to support important cancer research including seed funds for cancer research projects, funding to promote training for young emerging scientists, endowment support in the recruitment of nationally recognized researchers and funding for community education and cancer early detection programs.
Friends of Lakeview is a non-profit organization that was established in 2010 by the Board of Directors of the Lakeview Civic Improvement Association whose mission is to identify capital improvement projects that will benefit Lakeview and surrounding neighborhoods and to raise funds to help make those projects become a reality.
VIA LINK provides information, referrals, training, homeless management, and crisis intervention to people, organization, and communities so they can help themselves and others.