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Mailing Address:
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Alcee Fortier Hall
6823 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118

Phone: 504-862-8060
Fax: 504-862-8061


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Sankofa Community Development Corporation

Contact Info

Agency

3401 St Claude Ave
New Orleans, Louisiana 70117
USA
Directions To Agency:
Primary Phone: 504.872.9214
www.sankofanola.org

Primary Agency Contact

Name: Rashida Ferdinand
Email: info@sankofanola.org
Phone:504.872.9214

Agency Info

Agency type: Non Profit
Agency hours:9AM-5PM
Beginning date for service:01/18/2011

Agency Details

Agency carries liability insurance.
Agency does not carry worker's compensation insurance.
Agency has a need for additional volunteers.
Agency needs:
Sankofa CDC needs for volunteer support are as follows: support with data and assessment collection; administrative assistance; coordination of youth tent at weekly Sankofa Farmers Market; site assistance and support at weekly Sankofa Farmers Market; assistance with a garden project located at KIPP Renaissance School; assistance with a ceramics project at KIPP Renaissance KIPP Renaissance School;
Quotations:
Working with Sankofa CDC would allow an opportunity for an enriching learning enriching, hands-on learning experience with a small, grassroots community development organization, with a variety of projects and programs with which the students can work. They will be able to directly see the results of their work and understand the various contributions they will make to the progressive development

Mission statements

Sankofa Community Development Corporation (Sankofa CDC) is a 501c3 non-profit organization which supports the sustainability and development of the New Orleans Lower 9th Ward neighborhood through projects that advance economic viability, community collaboration, health, education, and business infrastructure. Sankofa CDC considers these quality of life resources as vehicles for economic development within the Lower 9th Ward area and addresses these community needs through a number of diverse projects.

Value statement

Democratic principles of participation, dialogue, and pluralism Community participation and inclusivity Innovation and sustainability Cultural Diversity, social equity, leadership, and self-empowerment

Public Service Needs

  • aid in the development & launch of Mobile Market

Public Service Activities

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