Jericho Road: The Skinny November 2017

Rounding out the year with our final newsletter, Jericho Road: The Skinny November 2017, we have so much good news to share! Good news about future plans for Jericho Road, expanding projects focused on closing the racial wealth divide, new homeowners, new partnerships, and successful programming assisting to get out the vote this fall! ThankRead More

Get Out The Vote

The 16th President of the United States Abraham Lincoln once said, “Elections belong to the people. It’s their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters.” If recent election cycles have done anything they have reminded us ofRead More

Jericho Road: The Skinny August 2017

Check out Jericho Road: The Skinny 2017 Read about Jericho Road’s newest home developments, homeowners, and summer internships. This issue includes an article on sustainability programming for  new homeowners. We’re excited about how we assist our clients from the moment they express interest in homeownership until … well, our supportive programming doesn’t end! And, we don’tRead More

August 2017 Post Purchase Workshop

Thanks to Capital One Bank Investing For Good Community Development Grants Jericho Road is happy to provide our August Post-Purchase Workshop on water conservation and energy in the home. Come out and take advantage of these free workshops that offer education and hands on training to homeowners!

Meet Our Summer Interns

Meet Our Summer Interns! July 2017 We have three talented and dedicated interns this summer helping us to improve and further our mission of providing affording housing opportunities in Central City and the New Orleans community. We are super THANKFUL! Our interns, Sara Balte, Autumn McMillan, and Paul-Antoine, have settled in with host families fromRead More

The Impact of Community Partnerships

The Impact of Community Partnerships March 2017 Serving communities requires a commitment to collaboration. Central City is a community in New Orleans that Christ Church Cathedral and Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative focuses its service. Like many communities, Central City is home to a diverse population, so we consider an equally diverse set of needs.Read More