InspireNOLA aims to make a difference

InspireNOLA aims to make a difference
Posted on 11/18/2021

November is a month of gratitude at InspireNOLA. 

“Our students, our staff, and our community have been through so much this year with COVID and Hurricane Ida,” InspireNOLA CEO Jamar McKneely said. “It’s important that we take a moment to show our appreciation to our students who continue to show up and excel, to our teachers who consistently give their all, and to our community for their support.” 

InspireNOLA honored the hard work and dedication of our staff Nov. 1-5 with our Week of Thanks. Staff were treated to lunch, snacks, cards from students, and a staff appreciation event.

Through the end of the week, we are having our annual canned food drive at each of our schools and our central office. Students and staff are encouraged to bring in canned and prepackaged foods that will be collected and donated to local food banks. The homeroom that brings in the most items will win a pizza party.

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, InspireNOLA is encouraging all our students and staff to help make a difference in our community. We are giving back to our neighbors as a thank you for the support they give us throughout the year.
Tuesday, November 23 will be a day of service for all of InspireNOLA as we help make our world a better place. Staff and students will be participating in a variety of community service opportunities of their choice across the city.

Also on Tuesday, November 23, InspireNOLA and Freddie King III will be hosting our annual Turkey and Ham Drive-Thru Giveaway. The event begins at 10 a.m. at Alice Harte, while supplies last. 

“New Orleans is a resilient city, but we also know some of our families and neighbors are in need this year,” McKneely said. “We will always help when we can because we are all stronger together.”

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