By Emily Lancaster When I moved to New Orleans in 2008, I wasn’t sure where the road would lead me but I certainly didn’t expect that we, as a city, would be fortunate enough to continue to welcome volunteers year after year. We are so grateful and lucky to have your help.
What a week! Our teams began with lots of excitement and energy, and got a whole lot of great work done! The following is a picture of what our volunteers doing construction projects accomplished last week, and represents the types of work we do in any given week, year-round.
Hubig’s was founded in 1922, survived the Great Depression and survived Katrina. One of the great shots early on was a group of nuns, the Sisters of the Holy Family, distributing Hubig’s Pies after the storm to people working on their homes and to volunteers who then were mucking out houses.
Recently, we made the decision that we wanted to do a better job of relaying the latest goings-on at Camp to all of our "alumni" out there as well as potential new volunteers. In addition to increased content on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, this new website is part of our efforts. We hope you like it!