"We are dedicated to replanting over 100,000 trees lost during Hurricane Katrina in Greater New Orleans"
After experiencing the kindness of people in Houston after Katrina, Connie Uddo knew she wanted to help out. She is coordinating volunteers to help muck and gut houses in Houston. Sep. 9, 2017 at 11:40 AM Meghan Holohan TODAY Contributor Soon after Hurricane Katrina, Connie Uddo was sitting with a […]Read More
Hundreds of volunteers converged on tornado ravaged neighborhoods over the weekend to help homeowners begin the arduous cleanup process. Thelma Packnett, whose home was uninsured, was still trying to get over the terrifying experience as strangers from across the country rushed to help her with daunting task of clearing out […]Read More
by Timothee Sallin New Orleans is one of the great American Cities. It is a city with soul, rooted in heritage, shaped by a history of adversity and triumph. Katrina may have knocked the city back but today NOLA is thriving, demonstrating once again its remarkable resilience. This resilience is a […]Read More