The 10th Annual Dodwell House Extravaganza- POSTPONED

Visit https://stannanola.ejoinme.org/MyEvents/DodwellExtravaganza2020/tabid/1119874/Default.aspx for tickets and more information on the event and how to get involved! The Louisiana Landmarks Foundation has included the Marsoudet-Dodwell House in its list of the New Orleans Nine–nine endangered properties of historic significance. The Foundation’s goal is to draw attention to these properties in order to further

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Gulf Coast Bank Fundraiser

HAVING TROUBLE VOTING EVERYDAY? LET US DO IT FOR YOU! Visit: gulfbank.com/vote Receive your access code. Send your access code and email to: annasplace@stannanola.org Let us take care of the rest! Gulf Coast Bank is donating a total of $75,000 to the top 10 local non-profit organizations chosen by you, the community! If you have a

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Champagne and Chocolates 2020: SAVE THE DATE

SAVE THE DATE for our semi-annual Champagne and Chocolates fundraiser! This year’s theme is Casino Night! So put on your best black tie and flapper attire and swing on over to the Dodwell House Friday, 1/11/20 for a night of chocolate, champagne and revelry! All proceeds for this event will

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United Thank Offering Grant for DAWN

Anna’s Place is absolutely elated and grateful to accept a United Thank Offering grant this year, which will go to help establish a new Anna’s Place NOLA youth program, DAWN- Developing Adolescents Workforce Navigation. DAWN’s purpose is to help at-risk youth (ages 14-18) navigate the job field and higher education

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WELCOME New Anna’s Place Staff!

We are thrilled to introduce our newest staff members at Anna’s Place NOLA! Brianna Carr is the new Director of Anna’s Place youth programs. She has her Bachelor’s in Psychology, Master of Arts in Education, and a certification in Humane Education. Brianna has provided financial literacy education to economically disadvantaged

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The NOLA Partnership for Mental Health joins the team at LSUHSC-New Orleans to host a second Community Conference on August 9th about why is it important for community to be involved in disaster-related research, especially in the context of serious mental illness. This will include guests from Los Angeles to discuss

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Summer Camp 2019 – Join us on July 21st

Anna’s Place NOLA’s 2019 summer camp is in full force.  With 49 students, 5 Jesuit High School volunteers, 2 former student volunteers, 6 STAIR volunteers, and a host of teachers and individual volunteers, we definitely have a full house.  Our goal is to give kids a safe place to be

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