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Grace at the Green Light celebrates a remarkable milestone on June 1st: a decade of unwavering support and service to the New Orleans unhoused community.  Over the past ten years, our dedicated team of staff and volunteers has provided essential resources, meals, and compassionate assistance to those who need it most. From our humble beginnings,...
Grace’s Jena White spoke with WVUE Fox 8 about our efforts to support the unhoused ahead of a unhoused encampment sweep by the city. Click the link below to view the story. https://www.fox8live.com/video/2023/11/17/new-orleans-working-house-people-ahead-tchoupitoulas-street-encampment-sweep/?fbclid=IwAR2U2eshpBa50pHwUttbWJU0SCSbbLf4rxW9IEYdyY3vQrkfbPHOngE0vOc
By Melissa Baker My internship as a case manager for Grace at the Green Light has been the most rewarding and motivational experience I have had during my time as a social work student at Northwestern State University. I connected with clients, other homeless organizations, and community members, all who supported my growth as a...
A study recently released in the journal, eBioMedicine, concludes that optimal hydration is linked with better longevity and overall long term health. The study used data from over 11,255 adults over a 30 year period. Starting in 1987 when participants were in their 40s and 50s, researchers analyzed links between levels of salt in the...
This blog was written by Pasleigh Kelley and can be read here. Tell me a little bit about yourself – what are some of your roles and hobbies outside of Grace at the Greenlight and HTC? I’m originally from South Carolina but feel in love with New Orleans when I visited during college. My family...
Chris Beary, the 2022 King of Tucks XXXI and also FunkyUncle.Live’s founder & executive producer, holds up a limited-edition vinyl LP of local music recorded during the ‘Fridays from the Funky Uncle’ pandemic concert series. Only 4,000 copies of the LP were pressed and they will only be available during the Krewe of Tucks parade...
Mixtape Hope Podcast interviews our founder Chris Beary! You can listen to the full episode here: Mixtape Hope Podcast Summary of the show: Chris Beary’s life reflects the values that you hope for in any true leader! His humble service to so many in our community is a testament to his integrity, commitment and faith. Listen...
Grace at the Green Light celebrated it’s 7th annual Christmas party this past Saturday. We handed out blankets and clothes for keeping warm and a special meal to those who attended. We are thankful for our many volunteers and donors. A special thanks to Church 54 (New Orleans) for donating blankets, sleeping bags, and hygiene...
This article was written by Kenny Lopez for WGNO and can be read and watched here. NEW ORLEANS– It is always the season of giving for the non-profit organization, Grace at the Greenlight, that provides meals to the homeless 365 days a year. “We are grateful to be here everyday and to be a consistent operation...
This article was written by Chevel Johnson for The Associated Press and can be read here. New Orleans • When William Hardy walks the streets of New Orleans, near the underpass where he calls home, images often pop into his head as he watches cars zoom by or sees his friends chilling outside their local...
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