In today’s day and age, there isn’t be a single person who hasn’t heard of eBay. What people may not know about them however is that they’ve started a small business initiative called Retail Revival, which is a program dedicated to helping small businesses utilize e-commerce to grow revenue, gain exposure, and impact positively their community.
Located inside the newly renovated Electric Depot, we hope that Red Stick Social will be the capital city's premier entertainment and social venue.
Mid City is a hands-on neighborhood, which our neighbors at Soji understand. Their focus on Asian fusion combines fresh, modern vibes with the old-school art of handcrafted cocktails AND handmade noodles.
New Orleans Summit, 11-10-18, UNO
Approaching Violence as a Public Health Issue (New Orleans Program)
“Cure Violence” is a nationwide movement. It is structured for prevention and intervention. They use a holistic approach with early education, therapy, workforce development, support, counseling, social services and social workers.
White Light Night has been a staple of Mid City for 16 years. I myself have served Mid City as the Executive Director of Mid City Redevelopment Alliance for 12 years and have seen the event progress into what it is today. With 73 businesses and sponsors, 2018 is the biggest year yet for White Light Night.
Since 1968, the HUD Housing Counseling Program has been committed to the needs of home-buying consumers and its legions of stakeholders. The Housing Counseling Program provides a comprehensive array of invaluable information, education and resources, including but not limited to the following:
White Light Night is going to be a spectacular event and I wish to recognize the efforts of one of Mid City Merchants (MCM) newer members of the Board of Directors and the current chair of White Light Night, Tasha Michelle. Tasha is a master barber and owner of Hair, Art & Company on Government Street. A long-time member of the Merchants, she stepped up when she was needed most. Tasha was charged with
I enjoyed my time volunteering with Mid-city Redevelopment very much. Not only was the staff there very helpful, passionate and informed, they even had a backup plan for us when the weather did not cooperate! We planned to help paint the fence at the historic Magnolia Cemetery but, since it rained, we helped tidy the warehouse and beautify the outside of the building with a little gardening instead. We were able to do things at our own pace, which was nice. The staff was involved and talkative with us, too. I would recommend volunteering with Mid-city Redevelopment to anyone looking to learn more about Baton Rouge and the effort to improve the community.
Wesley Foundation at LSU
My experience with Mid City Redevelopment reminded me to be thankful for those who love and respect their community and want to make it beautiful. I am grateful to have been offered the opportunity to volunteer and help in any way. The staff was great and although there was heavy lifting involved they were always there to offer a hand. I would no doubt about it sign up for another activity and ask my fellow Key Club members to do the same.
Baton Rouge Magnet High Key Club
After receiving a companywide email from Melanie Hanks recruiting volunteers – I was on board.