Since 1938, the Urban League of Louisiana has promoted economic self-reliance, equity and civil rights for African Americans and others.
In response to the catastrophic impact of Hurricane Ida, the Urban League of Louisiana has designed three ways for our supporters and partners to join us in the recovery efforts.
SPONSOR THE URBAN LEAGUE OF LOUISIANA’S ANNUAL GALA CONCERT
The Urban League of Louisiana will virtually present a concert in November in support of the organization’s programming, policy and advocacy efforts. By sponsoring this event, you will be supporting the organization’s sustainability and its work to support participants, clients and the general public recover from Hurricane Ida.
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SUPPORT THE URBAN LEAGUE OF LOUISIANA’S BLACK BUSINESS WORKS FUND
The Urban League of Louisiana supports black-owned businesses every day through programming and advocacy to help close the racial wealth gap and create an environment where black owned businesses can thrive and pass on generational wealth.
In partnership with the Foundation for Louisiana, we have established the Black Business Works Fund to help businesses stand back up in the aftermath of the storm and be stronger on the other side.
HURRICANE IDA COMMUNITY DONATION GIVEAWAY
The need is great for many Louisiana residents who were impacted by Hurricane Ida. In order to support families as they recover, the Urban League of Louisiana will host a community giveaway to help families rebound after the storm. Events will be open to the public.
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