Some friends and I will be in New Orleans from June 11-17th for a conference
, and were wondering if there's any good way to help out with the injured birds then. It sounds like the shore work is off-limits due to toxicity, so we're fine contributing in any way we can (coffee/hugs/protests?).
What are some good organizations to contact for this, since we'll only be available for a short amount of time (1 full day on that Wednesday perhaps, or maybe some afternoons of other days)? If it matters, we'll be car-free (though cab-savvy) and situated near the convention center. Thanks!
posted by unknowncommand
on Jun 6, 2010 -
I think that I'm going to visit New Orleans in a few weeks to enjoy some nightlife and some culture, and also to get dirty, work hard, and help out in any way that I can. Specific questions about my plan inside. [more inside]
posted by TurkishGolds
on Jan 22, 2008 -
My immediate family is considering making our holidays vacation a trip to New Orleans to do volunteer work, excavating houses, etc. Problem #1: We have no idea where to start. [more inside]
posted by Ash3000
on Sep 22, 2007 -
Say you're basically a vegan, and needed to prepare for an extended dairy/eggs-included period... [more inside]
posted by Ash3000
on Feb 21, 2006 -
I'm a New Orleans resident who's going home the second they let me. I want more than anything to be as helpful as possible in rebuilding the city. What is the city going to need? [more inside]
posted by honeydew
on Sep 21, 2005 -
The Red Cross requires a three-week hitch, getting me back two days too late for my calendar. FEMA doesn't want help
. I'm told that there are organizations across the country who are looking for volunteers to help with all manner of aid for Katrina victims. I just need a floor to sleep on and three squares, and I'll work 18 hours days feeding dogs or helping people fill out paperwork or cook food or whatever. Can anybody point me to some such organizations?
posted by waldo
on Sep 13, 2005 -