Helping America's Most Vulnerable

Helping America's Most Vulnerable

Since 1896

About Us

Since 1896, Volunteers of America's ministry of service has supported and empowered America's most vulnerable people, touching the mind, body and spirit of those we serve. Volunteers of America of Greater New Orleans addresses the most challenging issues of the day and develops innovative solutions to meet the needs of our community. Our diverse offering of more than 20 human services programs enables us to support and empower children, families, seniors, individuals with disabilities and veterans in 16 south Louisiana parishes. Delivering lifesaving short-term as well as lifelong services to those in need, we support over 64,000 of the most underserved individuals in our community annually. As an affiliate of a leading national human service charity, Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans has a rich history and a promising future in south Louisiana.

Our national office's annual report video was filmed in New Orleans & features many of our programs

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Volunteers of America of Greater New Orleans shall not refuse services in any program on the basis of disability, race, creed, color, sex, religion, national/ethnic origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other class protected by law in the administration of its programs, in the eligibility of program participants, in the provision of services to applicants or clients. More.