12/18/12 - 02:26 PM by Pamela Fisher
AC is one of 38 non-profits to receive IMPACT 2012 funds from the Greater New Orleans Foundation. The Foundation awarded AC $20,000 for our work to ensure that people with disabilities have access to the healthcare they need through Louisiana’s two new Medicaid managed care programs: Bayou Health and Magellan.
Read more … Advocacy Center Receives IMPACT Grant from Greater New Orleans Foundation
6/13/12 - 09:11 AM by Pamela Fisher
On May 16, 2012, the Advocacy Center held its Third Annual Harvesting Hope Luncheon at the Audubon Tea Room in New Orleans, raising more than $42,000 of much-needed funds to continue its work to protect, empower, and advocate for people with disabilities and seniors throughout Louisiana.
Read more … AC Holds Third Annual Harvesting Hope Luncheon
12/14/11 - 02:19 PM by Pamela Fisher
Advocacy Center is seeking donations that will enable us to create a fully accessible garden area adjacent to our new building in New Orleans. Purchase an inscribed brick, or dedicate a tree, bench, or fountain to your loved one today!
Read more … AC Launches Oak Street Garden Campaign!
6/28/11 - 01:32 PM by Stephanie Patrick
Advocacy Center and Maple Street Book Shop will partner to bring bestselling author Cara Hoffman to New Orleans, in her first appearance in the state. Hoffman will read passages from her critically acclaimed novel, So Much Pretty, field questions about the work, and sign copies of the book for attendees. The event will be held on Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 6:00pm at St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church, 7100 St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans.
Sales of the book online will also be donated.
Read more … Cara Hoffman’s So Much Pretty book event to benefit Advocacy Center