Domain’s 2020 MyCommunity program is proud to offer quarterly donations, volunteer support, and advocacy to 18 nonprofits focused on social justice. All partners work to support vulnerable populations, environmental equity initiatives, and/or eliminating food insecurity.
BATON ROUGE, LA
Capital Area Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association advocates for the timely placement of children in permanent, safe, and stable homes. CASA recruits, screens, trains, and supervises community volunteers to serve as advocates for abused and neglected children in the court system.
The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank acquires, inventories, and warehouses donated and purchased food. The food is delivered to more than 115 agencies, completely free of charge. Additional programs support food insecure youth and seniors.
Baton Rouge Green creates sustainable change through replanting the Capital Area canopy. They maintain thousands of trees along major roadways, interstates, and in underserved neighborhoods. They also cultivate urban orchards for open source citrus gleaning.
NEW ORLEANS, LA
Eden House is a movement to eradicate the trafficking and selling of human beings. They create systemic change through youth prevention; education and legislative advocacy; and recovery and reentry services for victims, including long-term shelter.
Green Light New Orleans educates New Orleanians about sustainable practices that create environmental change. These initiatives include the installation of free energy-efficient light bulbs, rain barrels, and backyard vegetable gardens.
Odyssey House is a behavioral healthcare facility with an emphasis on addiction treatment.
Ronald McDonald House of South Louisiana provides comfort, care, and support to families of pediatric patients. RMHC-SLA partners with local children’s health care providers to keep families together and near the medical care their ill or injured children need. These programs provide housing, meals, and psychosocial support to families with children at local hospitals.
The Roots of Music empowers the youth of New Orleans through music education, academic support, and mentorship while preserving and promoting the unique musical and cultural heritage of our New Orleans. The program provides music history and theory as well as instrumental instruction and ensemble performance preparation. They serve kids ages 9-14 from low-income households and provide students with hot meals and round-trip transportation to reduce common barriers to participation.
Second Harvest Food Bank leads the fight against hunger in South Louisiana by providing food access, advocacy, education, and disaster response. In South Eastern Louisiana they provide food and support to 700+ community partners and programs across 23 parishes.
SOUL (Sustaining Our Urban Landscape) is an environmental non-profit dedicated to reducing stormwater runoff, pollution, air temperatures, subsidence, and improving community health through the reforestation of New Orleans. SOUL plants, maps, and tracks thousands of large, native trees.
Dress for Success empowers women to achieve economic independence through support services, professional attire, and development tools. Dress for Success programs furnish clients with confidence and knowledge.
Son of a Saint enhances the lives of fatherless boys through mentorship, emotional support, development of life skills, and more.
God’s Love We Deliver supports New Yorkers in all 5 boroughs living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other serious illnesses through alleviating malnutrition and hunger. Volunteers of GLWD prepare and deliver nutritious, high-quality custom meals at no cost to those who cannot prepare food for themselves.
New York Common Pantry reduces hunger and promotes dignity, health, and self-sufficiency. NYCP works toward the reduction of food insecurity through an array of programs distributing fresh food pantry packages and hot meals. Supplemental food is provided to seniors along with case management services and homeless visitors are connected to resources.
YAI supports people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities in achieving the fullest life possible by creating new opportunities for living, loving, working, and learning.
North Brooklyn Angels addresses the hunger and meal gap for New Yorkers living in North Brooklyn neighborhoods.
Big Reuse combats climate change and waste through salvaging. Big Reuse uses its recycling program to reduce carbon emissions and prevent salvageable materials from ending up in landfills. They operate a resale center where everything from construction material to furniture is sold.
Rethink recovers nutritious excess food from restaurants, grocery stores, and corporate offices throughout New York City. This food is made available as catering for non-profits, meals for soup kitchens, and to families in need. Rethink uses food as a tool to promote poverty solutions and participate in nutrition education.