In Central City, not far from the Superdome, a supportive housing program is providing stability, compassion and hope for chronically homeless people as they rebuild their lives.
In the fight to reduce infant mortality rates, one nonprofit is putting friendship and community on the front line.
One local nonprofit is helping make public transit in New Orleans a smoother ride, and its latest project will let people pinpoint just when that next streetcar will come along.
With a history of service dating back to 1892, one nonprofit is finding new ways to help children and families deal with very modern challenges.
When a New Orleans nonprofit asked local young people to build to a Web site mapping community resources they learned a lot more than technical skills.
Even if they lack health insurance, visitors to the New Orleans Faith Health Alliance find a "whole person" approach, health coaching and an appreciation of their spiritual needs.
A new farm in City Park is making more fresh vegetables available for communities, while some important skills and values are taking root for the teens who cultivate it.
The New Orleans Coalition on Open Governance is bringing together a disparate array of organizations that see the power and potential of helping people take a more active role in the decisions that impact their communities.
A nonprofit investigative journalism outlet is zeroing in on some of the changes around post-Katrina New Orleans in a new way.
From a vintage corner store in the Lower Ninth Ward, a community arts center is inspiring new ideas.