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United Saints Recovery Project, New Orleans, Louisiana

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Address: 2309 Dryades
New Orleans, Louisiana  70113  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 1000
Number of People Being Served: 50
EIN: 80-0311314
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Mission Statement


The mission of the United Saints’ Recovery Project is to help revitalize economically distressed neighborhoods of New Orleans afflicted by blight, affected by disasters, and to help those in need. Our focus is to assist the elderly, disabled, and otherwise disadvantaged in rehabilitating and rebuilding their homes, as well as engaging in community service, art, and beautification projects. We do this with the help of local, national, and international volunteers.

Description


We are a volunteer run, non-profit rebuilding organization located in Central City, New Orleans. Almost five years has passed since Hurricane Katrina and we are still here helping residents rebuild their homes. We focus on assisting those whose homes have been destroyed by the hurricanes or blight. We can accommodate individuals and groups of eight or more. We provide: Volunteer project coordination Orientation and safety training Transportation to project site Accommodations

We are a volunteer run, non-profit rebuilding organization located in Central City, New Orleans. Almost five years has passed since Hurricane Katrina and we are still here helping residents rebuild their homes. We focus on assisting those whose homes have been destroyed by the hurricanes or blight. We can accommodate individuals and groups of eight or more. We provide: Volunteer project coordination Orientation and safety training Transportation to project site Accommodations

Mission Statement: The mission of the United Saints’ Recovery Project is to help revitalize economically distressed neighborhoods of New Orleans afflicted by blight, affected by disasters, and to help those in need. Our focus is to assist the elderly, disabled, and otherwise disadvantaged in rehabilitating and rebuilding their homes, as well as engaging in community service, art, and beautification projects. We do this with the help of local, national, and international volunteers.

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Other Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes