At Domain, we believe that we’re only as strong as the communities that surround us. Before, during, and after the COVID-19 crisis, we will continue to support the people and partners that make our work possible and our neighborhoods healthier, safer, and more equitable.
Below is a list of our MyCommunity partners, just some of the nonprofit organizations across New York and Louisiana that are providing vital services to our communities and will be instrumental for long-term recovery.
While we work to continue our donations, volunteerism, and advocacy for these groups, we urge you to consider contributing however you can, whether it’s through monetary contributions, donated goods, volunteer time, or learning about their missions and services.
Thank you to these organizations for their incredible work. We’ll get through this together.
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
Second Harvest Food Bank | Second Harvest Food Bank is accepting monetary and food donations, cleaning supplies, and volunteer support.
Odyssey House Louisiana (OHL) | OHL remains open and accepting new clients, furthering their addiction treatment work through monetary donations.
Son of a Saint | Son of a Saint is accepting monetary donations & seeking laptops, iPads, or similar devices to help with at-home learning. To donate items, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Roots of Music | The Roots of Music is accepting monetary donations to continue empowering young people through music education.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Louisiana (RMHC) | RMHC is accepting monetary donations to support families in their time of need.
Dress for Success | Dress for Success is accepting virtual career coach volunteers and monetary donations.
Eden House | Eden House is accepting monetary donations and encouraging support of their social enterprise Especially Eden to continue their work of rehabilitating women who have been victims of sexual trafficking.
Green Light New Orleans | Green Light New Orleans is accepting monetary donations to support their household sustainability efforts.
Sustaining Our Urban Landscape (SOUL) | SOUL is accepting monetary donations to support their urban reforesting work.
BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA
Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank | Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank is accepting all donations and volunteers to continue feeding the hungry across 11 parishes.
Capital Area CASA | Capital Area CASA is accepting monetary donations and actively seeking volunteers to serve as advocates for abused and neglected children.
Baton Rouge Green | Baton Rouge Green is accepting monetary donations to continue planting and maintaining Baton Rouge’s trees and green spaces.
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
East New York Farms | East New York Farms is accepting monetary donations to support their food justice and local sustainable agriculture work.
North Brooklyn Angels | North Brooklyn Angels is accepting monetary donations and actively looking for volunteers to help address hunger, poverty, homelessness, and housing instability.
ReThink | Rethink Food continues to accept volunteers, monetary and food donations, and supplies to scale their operations to feed 15,000 New Yorkers a day.
The Alex House Project | The Alex House is accepting monetary donations to continue their work of empowering parents, providing aid, and strengthening the community
Good Shepherd Services | Good Shepherd Services is accepting monetary donations to continue advocating for opportunities that help participants succeed at school, at home, and in their community.
Big Reuse | Big Reuse is seeking monetary donations to continue their mission of job training, compost outreach, and reduction of construction waste through salvage stores.
STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK
New York Common Pantry | New York Common Pantry is accepting monetary and food donations to reduce hunger throughout the community.
God’s Love We Deliver | God’s Love We Deliver is accepting monetary donations and seeking volunteers to cook, package, and deliver meals.
YAI | YAI is seeking monetary donations, masks, gloves, and thermometers to continue their work of providing support to people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities.