Check out these articles featuring Louisiana Appleseed:
May 1, 2018
Louisiana Appleseed hosted its largest-ever “Good Apple Gala” with more than 250 in attendance in support of the organization’s mission to engage professionals to solve Louisiana’s problems at the root cause…
April 16, 2018
Louisiana Appleseed, a nonprofit that promotes pro bono time by professionals to solve problems and increase access to education, opportunity and justice, has named as board members…
March 30, 2018
According to a recent report from NPR, some Puerto Ricans who’ve gone to FEMA for help rebuilding their homes after Hurricane Maria are being denied funds because they can’t prove that they own the damaged property….
March 28, 2018
A free program next month in Houma will help residents living in a family home who lack proper proof-of-ownership documents…
March 11, 2018
Held at the new NOPSI luxury hotel, the annual Louisiana Appleseed Good Apple Gala combined accolades and awareness….
January 23, 2018
Louisiana Appleseed was founded to affect change via policy or at a systemic (root) level, with the aim of increasing access to opportunity, education and justice…
December 6, 2017
Annie E. Casey Foundation Grant Partnership Press Release
December 1, 2017
Flood Proof Press Release
July 22, 2017
BATON ROUGE – But this typically-outdoor festival is not just about fun and games, but about providing services that people need.
February 21, 2017
NEW ORLEANS – Councilmember Nadine Ramsey will introduce a resolution at the regularly scheduled Council Meeting on Thursday, February 23, to highlight Teen Dating Violence Awareness month.
February 20, 2017
NEW ORLEANS – State Sen. Troy Carter and State Rep. Walt Leger III are offering help to New Orleans East residents affected by the devastating tornado that hit that area Feb. 7, they said Monday.
February 19, 2017
During the course of the evening, “seven outstanding community members who have shown tremendous generosity and commitment to social justice and pro bono excellence” were honored.
January 31, 2017
The mission of Louisiana Appleseed is clear: it is a public interest law center that advances social justice with projects that increase access to education, opportunity and justice. Among the needs that Louisiana Appleseed addresses: preserve home ownership, make sure school-age children are fed, incentivize lawyers to do more pro bono work, prevent teen dating violence, and help strengthen city schools.
To honor those who have dedicated and volunteered their services, the organization had its Good Apple Gala, Jan. 19 at the Civic Theatre.