lowernine.org clients in the New York Times
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HURRICANE ISSAC UPDATE: As of December 1st, we’ve helped 22 neighbors secure their roofs, repaired 5 homeowners damaged siding and helped another four removing trees and debris from their yards. We will continue to help homeowners affected by both Issac and Katrina. To support our work, please donate here!
lowernine.org is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization involved in the long-term recovery of New Orleans’ historic Lower Ninth Ward from Hurricane Katrina and the levee breaches of 2005.
Please take some time to explore our site and see how we are helping to rebuild New Orleans, and how you can help. We have a chance, now, to build a solid foundation upon which the residents of the Lower Nine, and every other affected neighborhood, can stand as they recover from the storm and remake their communities stronger than before.
lowernine.org is looking for a rebuild intern: if you are interested in a long-term volunteer commitment, please visit this page.