Flip Key, a Trip Advisor company, has listed Youth Rebuilding New Orleans as one of the best places to volunteer on vacation.
St. Charles Avenue, the New Orleans definitive social magazine, has done a feature on YRNO executive director, William Stoudt and the evolution of Youth Rebuilding New Orleans.
Executive Director, William Stoudt, is very pleased to continue his connection with Tulane by welcoming Tulane volunteers to YRNO during the Wave of Green Day of Service on Thursday, March 24.
YRNO received unanimous approval by City Council for plans to bring a coffee shop and office space to St. Ann Street.
YRNO’s equipment trailer was stolen and we want your help to find it!
Prior to the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Bill Capo visits YRNO again.
YRNO moves a donated house to its new location on St. Ann Street.
Another Harvard team from MBAs Across America visited YRNO.
Youth Rebuilding New Orleans is at the top of the list.
Susan Isaacs visited YRNO when students from Elon University were at our St. Ann Street properties.
The Raising Cane’s restaurant received a check for $50,000 for Youth Rebuilding New Orleans.
Bill Capo reports on our recent home sale to Sci Academy teacher Ben Ifshin.
William Stoudt gives home improvement tips for when the weather gets colder and discusses YRNO with Sula Kim.
William Stoudt discusses YRNO with Steve Sawyer on his Cox cable show.
Ameca Reali of the Justice and Accountability Center of Louisiana and our own William Stoudt were guests on WWL-TV Eyewitness News to talk about their respective organizations with host Antwan Harris.
The 2014 winners include YRNO Executive Director William Stoudt.
Listen to William Stoudt and Jack Styczynski discuss YRNO and Project HOMEwork with Monica Pierre.
William Stoudt appeared on WGNO-TV’s “The 411″ to discuss YRNO’s ninth home sale in the Project HOMEwork program.
Nine Tulane football and basketball players spent an afternoon with YRNO cleaning out a blighted house in Kenner as one of their summer community service projects.
Meghan Sherlock and Team Harvard of MBAs Across America visited YRNO.
Listen to William Stoudt’s radio Public Service Announcement.
A family vacation isn’t just for relaxation. It’s also a chance to pass along values.
When the leaders of Youth Rebuilding New Orleans showed the new tools their program received, their amazement was summed up in just seven words:
Sixteen Tulane volleyballers – as well as sand volleyball head coach Wayne Holly, assistant indoor volleyball coach Jaye Loyd and volleyball program coordinator Chelsey Richter – spent Sunday morning bettering the community in which they currently live by volunteering their time with the Youth Rebuilding New Orleans non-profit organization.
Forty college student volunteers from South Dakota, Indiana, and West Virginia are in New Orleans this week helping ‘Youth Rebuilding New Orleans.’ The agency restores blighted or foreclosed houses.
Listen to William Stoudt’s radio Public Service Announcement following a burglary at YRNO.
During the first full week of January, Youth Rebuilding New Orleans will have dozens of volunteers in town from around the country working at various sites. As part of the organization’s partnership with Tulane University, Youth Rebuilding New Orleans will dedicate the entire week’s worth of volunteer hours to the Cowen Service Challenge.
Usually it’s teachers who dedicate themselves to helping students, not the other way around. This weekend, some lucky teacher may find his or her dream home, and even better still, they’ll be able to afford it because it was built almost entirely by students.
Eleven Tulane student-athletes spent part of their weekend bettering the community in which they currently live by volunteering their time with the Youth Rebuilding New Orleans non-profit organization on Sept. 16.
A roadblock that may have discouraged others was the motivating factor behind Tulane graduate William Stoudt creating the Youth Rebuilding New Orleans organization that has been rebuilding homes for the city’s educators since the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.