Support Anna’s Place NOLA on #GivingTuesday – a day for giving back.  Every donation counts no matter the size. Your donation this #GivingTuesday will support our youth programs and health outreach program.  Can we count on you today? https://annasplacenola.org/donate/

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Thank you to Noah’s Friends

Thank you so much to Noah’s Friends for the generous donation to support Anna’s Place NOLA’s youth program. Noah’s Friends is a non-profit organization that supported the former New Orleans Adolescent Hospital, a mental health facility, and continues to back programs that benefit behavioral health program aspects of at-risk children

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LPO Family Concert

The students were able to attend the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra family concert on Saturday! The kids had a blast spending the night seeing their mentors in action. Thanks to the people with LPO for providing us with some free tickets so that the students could get out and see the

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THANK YOU!

Thanks to all who donated to Anna’s Place NOLA on GiveNOLA Day! We made $12,535 and that number will grow with the portion of matching gifts by GNOF. These funds will go a long way for our organization and we cannot thank you enough!

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Swing in the Oaks Performance

The children of Anna’s Place have been taking lessons and practicing all year with members of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. Drawing in a huge crowd, this event featured Anna’s Place students performing alongside their own instructors from the orchestra as well as children from other community schools in the state.

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GiveNOLA Day 2017

GiveNOLA Day is an event that generates funds for all of the registered non-profits in the city. May 2nd will be one day to come together as one to support the non-profits in our community. Please join us by clicking our unique link to Anna’s Place donation page. There you

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Loyola Science Trips

Three times a semester we take a science field trip to Loyola University. The kids work with the students at Loyola who set up multiple experiment stations for them to travel to and take interest in a variety of subjects. For example, our most recent trip was focused on physics. The kids made lava lams, dry

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