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Volunteer Information

Can you help with any of the following?​

  • Healthy drivers who can do supply/ lunch pick ups and deliveries (weekly and as needed) *URGENT GROWING NEED*

  • Volunteers to help with laundry for those who have no access 

  • Neighborhood coordinators to organize delivery  *URGENT GROWING NEED*

  • Phone bankers

  • Social media and other administrative volunteers

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Donation information

DONATE ITEMS FOR OUR RAFFLE EVENTS

In order for us to host these very fun and awesome online raffle events, we need something to give away! If you are interested in making or donating anything, please reach out to marketing@gnocaringcollective.org for more information. 

FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

 

Our goal is to provide food & supply delivery to at-risk community members. Many of our community members do not have the funds to buy food and supplies, as they are also out of work due to the spread of Covid-19. We aim to provide not only food & supply delivery, but funds to buy them as well for community members in need. We currently deliver to 1000+ community members, and our list of folks needing help is growing exponentially. Your donation will help us reach more people.

We are accepting FOOD AND SUPPLIES 

donations for Hurricane Ida Relief:

GNOCC drop-off Location & Times:

First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans 

2903 Jefferson Ave

Every Day:

9am-6pm

Why do we continue to fund raise and your donation is important despite the fact that cities and states are beginning to reopen?
 

New Orleans is a city based on tourism, entertainment and fine dining. While restaurants may begin to reopen, and folks may be called back to work, the customer volume will still be very low for quite some time.

New Orleans culture workers and service industry workers will not be earning anything close to what they need to survive in the coming months. They will need your help more than ever to stay financially afloat  while they are no longer able to receive unemployment benefits.

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