St. Bernard Project
The St. Bernard Project is a nonprofit disaster rebuilding
organization serving residents in St. Bernard and Orleans parishes.
Embracing an “all-under-one-roof” model, SBP's mission is to
remove the physical, mental, and emotional barriers for vulnerable
families, senior citizens and disabled residents who are struggling
to recover from the devastation and trauma caused by Hurricane
Katrina and, more recently, the oil spill. To accomplish these goals
SBP works through four primary programs: Rebuilding Program,
Center for Wellness and Mental Health (CWMH), Good Work Good
Pay and Opportunity Housing Program Since it’s founding in 2006,
SBP has rebuilt 320 homes with help from over 26,000 volunteers,
created jobs for local residents, and provided free evidenced-based
mental health services to over 340 individuals.
To support St. Bernard Project with a free iGive account,
Fundraising for St. Bernard Project has never been easier. Up to 26% of each purchase is donated to them.
iGive.com is the easy way to support St. Bernard Project. Your everyday purchases St. Bernard Project mean serious donations!
Folks just like you have helped list over 35,000 causes and charities at iGive.com, including St. Bernard Project.