New Orleans Community Resources

New Orleans Community Resources

Community Resources

Phase 2 of Re-Open June 13th 2020

All bolded items are clickable to the source*

  • ready.nola.gov: a one-stop shop for the local community to stay up-to-date
  • City Calendar: testing sites, food pantries, volunteer opportunities, etc.
  • Maskdat: Local mask makers that provide one for first responders when purchased

 

Real Estate Updates

 

Financial Guidance

  • Stimulus check registration for non-tax filiers: click here
  • One Fair Wage service workers fund: click here
  • NOBA gig economy relief fund: click here
  • Nola Creative Response for artists: click here
  • Energy Smart Nola Tips for saving money from Entergy to perform free self-assessments on your home: click here

Food Relief

Visit nolaopen.com  and Neworleans.com to support local businesses that are offering curbside/takeout, our restaurants are the backbone of New Orleans. If you need a “night out” check here to support some of your local favorite eats in the comfort of your home.

 

Community Efforts

  • Mutual-Aid Facebook Group: Financial guidance, community trade, information download and local resources shared with no cash offerings/purchases
  • Preservation Resource Center: Sharing free classes online for projects around your home, state of the market, etc.
  • Hands on New Orleans: Volunteering hub, non-profit
  • Nola Tree Project: Responding to this National Emergency, NOLA Tree Project is Delivering Meals to senior citizens and housebound residents

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