| December 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

    Volunteer registration for the 2015 Point In Time count has begun and will end on Monday, January 16, 2015. WE NEED YOU! The Point In Time Count is not possible without your time and commitment. Every year, UNITY of Greater New Orleans, as the lead agency for the New Orleans/Jefferson Parish Continuum of Care, conducts […]

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  • Homeless veterans move into Sacred Heart Apartments

    Homeless veterans move into Sacred Heart Apartments

    | December 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

    “Dalpiaz, a United States Army veteran, received a holiday present came courtesy of UNITY of Greater New Orleans, which teamed with Catholic Charities and the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs to move some of the city’s most vulnerable homeless veterans into a new apartment complex at 3222 Canal St.” Check out more news coverage about […]

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  • | December 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

    We are so grateful to everyone who helped create this miracle! Today the very first tenants will move into the Sacred Heart Apartments — 11 chronically homeless, disabled veterans who risked their lives for the rest of us only to find themselves having to live long-term on the street. Today their nightmare of homelessness will […]

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  • Ending Veteran Homelessness -- Weekly Newsletter Dec. 15th, 2014

    Ending Veteran Homelessness — Weekly Newsletter Dec. 15th, 2014

    | December 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

    169 homeless veterans now have the keys to their new homes!! New Orleans is so close to our goal of ending veteran homelessness! Check out these great stories in this weeks newsletter!

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  • Mr. Griggs, a US Navy Veteran of 15 years, is finally home!

    Mr. Griggs, a US Navy Veteran of 15 years, is finally home!

    | December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

    This blog was written by Sara Siegfried, Jesuit Volunteer Corp volunteer with UNITY of Greater New Orleans. Sara is playing a major role in helping New Orleans end veteran homelessness.   This is Ray Charles Griggs, Sr. I encountered Mr. Griggs two weeks ago while doing intake at the Ozanam Inn homeless shelter. Mr. Griggs […]

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Make a Home!!

Help UNITY and our partners to house the estimated 700 veterans and disabled, chronically homeless people who live on our community's streets by 2015. Many homeless people are extremely ill and at risk of death if not housed. For instance, UNITY's outreach team found Johnnie Suer (above) living in a van while he went through treatment for a brain tumor.

Your tax-deductible gift to our Make a Home Fund helps to purchase mattresses and household items or other items essential to housing a veteran or a disabled homeless person.

Simply click the link below and designate "Make a Home" for your donation. Or, donate new and gently used household goods to our warehouse by calling (504) 483-9300 or emailing here.

Click here to donate today!

National Recognition

After Hurricane Katrina, UNITY and its 60 member agencies were "a clarion voice for justice," says Sen. Mary Landrieu in this video, made by the National Alliance to End Homelessness. In 2010, NAEH named UNITY its outstanding nonprofit in homelessness from a field of 9,000 such organizations nationwide.
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