The Bike Project continues to work to improve access to bicycles for everyone through Open Shop, Earn-a-Bike, and maintenance classes. In addition to serving as a hub for sustainable and equitable transportation, the Bike Project also serves as a social learning space that promotes youth mentorship, community building, and mechanical intelligence.
NetWork Volunteers makes it easy for your group to connect with New Orleans and one another in a new and meaningful way. We work with you to customize a volunteer experience perfect for your group. With our NetWork of trusted community partners and projects, we manage the logistics to ensure your volunteers can focus on leaving a lasting impact.
Projects with Purpose is a volunteer matchmaker headquartered in New Orleans, orchestrating Humanitarian Events from start to finish for meeting groups and corporations all over the country! When you identify your area of interest, Projects With Purpose will coordinate your Volunteer Experience from start to finish! Together, they create an opportunity for team building that creates loyalty, goodwill and provides a lasting contribution in an area that needs your help!
Common Ground Relief believes in learning service not Service Learning. We want our volunteers to learn about the issues and people of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.
Our programs are structured to help the volunteer increase their ability to effect change in the future while providing solidarity and support for our coastal communities. We hope that volunteers gain experience, perspective and skills while they are with us.
New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity (NOAHH) builds houses in partnership with sponsors, volunteers, and partner families to eliminate poverty housing in the New Orleans area while serving as a catalyst to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action.
St. Bernard Project (SBP) is an innovative, award-winning non-profit serving vulnerable families, senior citizens and disabled residents struggling to recover from the devastation and trauma caused by natural, economic and man-made disasters. Over 40,000 SBP volunteers have rebuilt 430+ houses for hard-working American families.
Gleaning is our most popular volunteer activity. When we glean, we go into a field to pick any produce that is left behind after harvest, but is still healthy, fresh, and edible. The food that we harvest helps us feed the hungry and we get to educate the public about the work that goes into getting food from the farm to the table