Spend the Day at Cabrini

Cabrini Service & Mission ExpoRepresentatives of more than 20 non-profit organizations gathered at Cabrini for the Annual Service Mission Expo. The Expo is designed to introduce and familiarize Cabrini students to the various and diverse opportunities available to them to complete their service hour requirements. Armed with the names of the representatives and a description of the services the organization provides, Crescents were asked to visit at least three different organizations. Click "read more" to see the organizations that took part in the Expo.

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  • Danielle Lasroche and Deacon Uriel Durr: Passages Hospice (Compassionate and holistic care to terminally ill patients and families in their time of need)
  • Corey Staehle: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater New Orleans (A home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill children receiving medical treatment nearby)
  • Mark Firmin: Angel’s Place (Charity for families with children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses)
  • Sister Beth Mouch, M.S.C.: St. Jude’s Community Center (Feed and house people experiencing homelessness and food in-security)
  • Charles Hession: Boys Hope Girls Hope (Provide at-risk children with stable homes, education, and financial and emotional support)
  • Leslie Dunn: Jefferson Parish Parks & Recreation (Recreational activities for adults, teens, and children)
  • Bonnie Schneider: Amigos for Christ (Service trip to Nicaragua this summer)
  • Rebecca Rainey: Metropolitan Center of Women and Children (Helps aid women affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking)
  • Shanda Smith: Ozanam Inn (Offer aid and comfort to the poor and needy by providing basic and human needs such as: food, shelter and clothing)
  • Donna Betzer: American Diabetes Association (Fights to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes)
  • Shannon Murphy: Catholic Charities (Provide programs that help the homeless, hungry, elderly, at-risk youth, pregnant women, etc.)
  • Michelle Rosamond: Second Harvest Food Bank (Fights hunger by providing food access, advocacy, education, and disaster response for the needy)
  • Gracie Goodrich: United Way of Southwest Louisiana (Aims to end poverty by using programs that educate and empower people to lift them from poverty)
  • Daniel Osorio: Hispanic Apostolate (Proved assistance to the Hispanic population through pastoral services)
  • Aline Vitale: The American Lung Association (A source for lung health education, lung disease research, support, programs, services and advocacy)
  • Molly Bordelon: St. Margaret’s Nursing Home (In-house senior living care)
  • Krista Anuzzi: St. Bernard Project (Provide relief to disaster – impacted citizens and communities)
  • Ryan Tensow: LASPCA (Provides protection to and advances the well-being of animals)
  • Anita Hazel-Hefler: Greater New Orleans Therapeutic Riding Center (Provides a therapeutic experience for individuals with physical, emotional and learning disabilities)
  • Stephanie Joseph: Audubon Nature Institute (Celebrates the wonders of nature in their museums and parks dedicated to nature)
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