Help St. Bernard Project Ambassador Britney Spears and United Way for the Greater New Orleans raise funds to get families home!
Your donation today will help St. Bernard Project (SBP) get families home and help rebuild the New Orleans area. You can be a part of the rebirth of New Orleans and have a signifcant impact on helping families finally return home almost 6 years after Hurricane Katrina
Donate today through this FirstGiving page or Text* BRITNEY to UNITED  to give $10 to St. Bernard Project. By donating right now, United Way for the Greater New Orleans Area will match dollar for dollar your donation up to $100,000.
What Your Donation Buys
$40 Funds a session at CWMH
$100 Buys 2 cordless drills
$250 Buys a bathtub
$500 Buys electrical fixtures for an entire home
$1,000 Buys sheetrock for a house
$2,500 Buys flooring & interior doors for an entire house
$5,000 Buys an entire kitchen
$15,000 Buys all materials for one house
Join Us. Together we'll be unstoppable.
Thank you for helping rebuild families' homes and lives in New Orleans.
*Texting donations are collected for the benefit of St. Bernard Project, a Premier Partner of United Way for the Greater New Orleans Area's NO Place Like Home, by the mGive Foundation and subject to the terms found at www.mGive.com/A.
About St. Bernard Project
The St. Bernard Project was founded by Liz McCartney and Zack Rosenburg in March 2006. Since that time they have evolved into a thriving rebuilding organization that has helped over 350 families who were affected by Hurricane Katrina and Rita move back into their homes. Yet, nearly 200 families still reside in FEMA trailers and thousands of others live in temporary housing.
To carry out this mission, the St. Bernard Project has established a Volunteer Driven Rebuilding Program, which rebuilds homes in 12 weeks of volunteer labor with approximately $15,000 in building supplies, an Opportunity Housing Program, a Good Work Good Pay (GWGP) Program and a Center for Wellness and Mental Health.
For more information, please visit: http://www.stbernardproject.org/