Take part in the robust, proactive plan to reduce murders in New Orleans.
Support high quality service providers who help those most at-risk.
Learn about the cross-sector strategic partners supporting our work.
Time is money. Check out this list of job openings for more respectable paths to a paycheck.
NOLA FOR LIFE engages partners from every sector to change the culture of violence that keeps our young men from reaching their potential.
These resources connect New Orleans citizens to NOLA FOR LIFE service providers.
We ask questions to people making a difference in the community.
The NOLA FOR LIFE Channel offers original programming to educate and inform citizens of the City’s efforts to reduce the murder rate.
The public awareness campaign by Spike Lee, award-winning director and producer, designed to change the attitudes of and about young, black men, and their perception in the media.
On December 8-9, 2014, over 300 participants came together for the NOLA FOR LIFE Symposium – a two-day dialogue designed to explore the broader issues contributing to the homicide rate in New Orleans.
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Our goal is to raise $2,000,000 to fund local, high quality service providers that help individuals “flip their script.”
This is how local talent shows love. A portion of the proceeds from each sale is donated to the NOLA FOR LIFE Fund.
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NOLA FOR LIFE Midnight Basketball focuses on providing safe recreational opportunities in crime hot spots for males over 16 years old through basketball, mentorship and support.
Lawrence D. Crocker College Prep
On Monday, February 23, the City of New Orleans will host the NOLA FOR LIFE Speaker Series. The series will serve as a monthly forum for men to engage with a leader from New Orleans. The lecture series will be held at a combination of city-owned facilities, including libraries and NORDC centers. This month series features Ameer Baraka, Actor and Author. RSVP today at email@example.com
Norman Mayer Library-3001 Gentilly Blvd.
On Wednesday, January 14, the City of New Orleans will host the NOLA FOR LIFE Speaker Series. The series will serve as a monthly forum for men to engage with a leader from New Orleans. The lecture series will be held at a combination of city-owned facilities, including libraries and NORDC centers. This month series features Clevland Spears, President of Spears Consulting. RSVP today at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mayor Mitch Landrieu will host the ninth NOLA FOR LIFE Day on Saturday, January 10, 2015. All residents are invited to get involved and help rebuild our neighborhoods. Activities will take place in and around Sampson Playground at 3101 Louisa Street from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sampson Playground-3101 Louisa Street New Orleans, LA 70126
Mayor Mitch Landrieu accepted President Obama's My Brother's Keeper Community Challenge, and the result is the NOLA FOR LIFE Symposium. The Symposium is designed to educate the greater local community about the NOLA FOR LIFE strategy, highlight the accomplishments we have seen to date, provide greater insight into the hard-hitting issues that contribute to violence in our community, and set actionable goals to address those issues.
Hyatt Regency New Orleans
On Monday, November 17th, the City of New Orleans will host the NOLA FOR LIFE Speaker Series. The series will serve as a monthly forum for men to engage with a leader from New Orleans. The lecture series will be held at a combination of city-owned facilities, including libraries and NORDC centers. This month series features Dwayne Bernal, President of Royal Engineering.
The free 8-week season will kick-off at St. Roch Playground on Saturday, October 18 at 8pm.
St. Roch Playground
Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced a new comprehensive strategy to connect disadvantaged job seekers and businesses to new opportunities.
Join Clergy, NOPD Officers, Councilmembers and Legislators across the City of New Orleans as we come together to spread the word of our NOPD Recruitment efforts.
List of participating venues will be posted shortly.
Come and meet Commander Chris Goodly and Sergeant Sabrina Richardson and other officers and recruits to hear what it's like to work in NOPD. Start with the application proces onsite. Explore specialized units in the police department.
Langston Hughes Academy 3519 Trafalger St. New Orleans, LA 70119
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