Dear Friends, I am grateful for your support of Jericho Road’s work in 2020 thus far! It has been a challenging year for us all because of the coronavirus pandemic. I am sure at this point we’re all missing in-person interactions and events, especially in a community like New Orleans, where we thrive based onRead More
Join Jericho Road in commemorating the 15th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina by gathering virtually in a town hall with policy experts and housing and community advocates to explore strategies to prevent large scale displacement of low-income and working families due to increased housing prices and escalating taxes in rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods. Jericho Road was foundedRead More
We are inviting you to support Jericho Road’s work by participating in Giving Tuesday Now on Tuesday, May 5, 2020. Giving Tuesday Now is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. It’s a global day of unity and giving to take place as a response to the unprecedentedRead More
Dear Friends, I hope this finds you well. As you know, our communities are dealing with an unprecedented public health crisis, and our thoughts are with everyone impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19). We are taking steps to ensure we can continue to serve you and maintain the health and safety of our staff as our nationRead More
“One day we must come to see that the whole Jericho Road must be transformed so that men and women will not be constantly beaten and robbed as they make their journey on life’s highway. True compassion is more than flinging a coin to a beggar. It comes to see that an edifice which producesRead More
Dear Friend, The Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative team and board of directors would like to THANK YOU for your generosity and partnership in 2019! Your vital support helped us to implement and expand our mission this year. We ask that you continue to share in this mission and make a gift to advance theRead More
We, at Jericho Road, are very excited to be working with the American Truck Positive Payload Program to help support our in-house construction team in building our beautiful affordable homes across New Orleans. With their generous donation we will be able to repair some of our worksite vehicles and provide enhanced tools for our WorkforceRead More
Celebrating our expansion across New Orleans Metro area! From the moment of Jericho Road’s birth in 2006 to now, New Orleans has undergone extraordinary and drastic changes. Following Hurricane Katrina, there was a tremendous need for clearing and managing blight, rebuilding structures, and bringing people home. Now, over 13 years later, we have seen theRead More
Jericho Road’s team would like to thank Ellen Waller and Matthew Durousseu for their contributions to our work this spring! We recognize we cannot do this imperative work without talent, expertise and innovation of young leaders from across our great city! Ellen Waller served as our Research and Writing Intern. She supported the research and writingRead More
Please support Jericho Road on GiveNOLA Day on May 7th by donating HERE!
Please join us for our first Financial Wellness Program cohort! When: Every Wednesday throughout the month of April from 5:30-6:45p.m. Location: New Hope Baptist Church (1807 Rev. John Raphael Jr. Way) For more information, please call 504.293.2888 or e-mail: email@example.com. All are welcome to participate! We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Dear Friends, HAPPY NEW YEAR! We hope you had a joyous time with your family and friends during the holiday season! As we commence the year, we would like to take a moment to say THANK YOU for supporting families here at Jericho Road! We are grateful to serve with YOU in providing affordable housing and financial educationRead More
Dear friend, It’s that time of year when Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative celebrates the opportunity we have been given to serve the children and families of New Orleans. We are asking that you share the mission and make a gift in support of affordable housing for the low-income working families of New Orleans. InRead More