Non-profit rebuilding group falls victims to thieves

YRNO’s equipment trailer was stolen and we want your help to find it!

On the move!

The last two days we’ve been moving a donated house from General Pershing Street to our (formerly) vacant lot on St. Ann, simultaneous to having a family from New York volunteer with us. Check out all the action below! Rolling out the orange carpet?   Don’t get tangled!   Taking a heat break?   Whee!       Here comes the first half!   Negotiating the corner.   William provides the oversight.   Part two, comin’ through.   Back it in.   William and Jack, on site together for the last time.   Both parts, safely home.  

Action Report: Volunteers needed for Katrina anniversary service projects

Prior to the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Bill Capo visits YRNO again.

LSU Health New Orleans

Today we had another quintet helping us clear debris from a house we’re moving to the vacant lot at our St. Ann Street properties, but this time the volunteers were students from LSU Health New Orleans and the site was General Pershing Street. Peep the action below! Prince charming.   Empty ‘barrows.   One chunk at a time.   Brick city.   Fill ‘er up!  

General Pershing Street home on the move to Mid-City as St. George’s expands

YRNO moves a donated house to its new location on St. Ann Street.


This morning we had a quintet of volunteers hailing from France, Northern Ireland, Russia, Sweden and Ukraine, courtesy of the New Orleans Citizen Diplomacy Council. The group was on South Rocheblave clearing debris from a house we’ll soon be moving to the vacant lot at our St. Ann Street properties! Merci! Danielle gives the safety speech.     Teamwork.   Setting it down.   Adding to the pile.         Boys club.  

Overland summers, part three

Today we have our third of three Overland summers service groups via NetWork Voluntours working at our St. Ann Street properties. After some stretching exercises, they got busy doing various tasks, as you can see below! Prince greets the group.     Transporting tools.       Rearranging lumber.   Setting it down.  


Today we have D.A.R.E. officers from the New Orleans Police Department and elsewhere volunteering at our St. Ann Street properties. They’ve worked primarily on framing, as evidenced below. Thanks, y’all! Prince with his future colleagues?     Cutting crew.     We’ll never have better security.