Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
Sep
22
10:00 AM10:00

Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

Come out to the Rosa F. Keller Library in Broadmoor to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
Sep
15
10:00 AM10:00

Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

We're neighbors helping neighbors- in the event of a mandatory evacuation in the City of New Orleans, Evacuteers serve to ensure that:

  • Families stay together,
  • Pets are evacuated with their people,
  • Everyone gets out to safe shelter, and
  • Everyone has the opportunity to come back home!

In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

Come out to the beautifully renovated Nora Navra library branch in the Seventh Ward to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
Sep
11
6:00 PM18:00

Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

    In this one-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

    Come out to the Rosa F. Keller Library in Broadmoor to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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    Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
    Sep
    1
    10:15 AM10:15

    Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

    Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

    In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

    Come out to the Main Library branch downtown to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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    Evacuteer Introductory Training via Webinar
    Aug
    29
    7:00 PM19:00

    Evacuteer Introductory Training via Webinar

    Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

    In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

    Join us via webinar from the comfort of your own home or wherever you may be to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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    Evacuteer Leadership Training
    Aug
    18
    9:00 AM09:00

    Evacuteer Leadership Training

    Are you a trained Evacuteer who:

    • Wakes up in the morning and runs through the day ahead of you, play by play, because you love processes like that?
    • Is detail-oriented, community service-minded, and flexible?
    • Constantly hears your friends and family comment on your awesome and amazing communication skills?
    • Wants to challenge yourself in a leadership role, so that you can be a resource of knowledge within your community?

    If you answered "Yes" to at least one of the above questions, we think you have what it takes to become an Evacuteer Leader!

    Our leadership team is truly the backbone of City-Assisted Evacuation. We rely on our leaders not only during a mandatory evacuation, but all throughout the year to help us conduct outreach and represent Evacuteer.org at various events in our community. We are the only New Orleans-based non-profit that advocates for hurricane preparedness year-round, and we're looking for bright, outgoing leaders like you to join our cause!

    During this leadership training session we will go into greater detail to explain logistics management during City-Assisted Evacuation, problem solving, and the in's and out's of supervising other Evacuteers. We will also role-play through some scenarios to get you thinking critically about difficult situations that may arise in the event of an Evacuteer activation. Lunch and refreshments will be provided!

    Prerequisite: You must have attended an introductory Evacuteer training session in the last two years before you are eligible to take leadership training. If you're not sure whether or not you are eligible to join our Teadership Team, please contact us! Click HERE to find an introductory training session near you.

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    Evacuteer Introductory Training via Webinar
    Aug
    13
    7:00 PM19:00

    Evacuteer Introductory Training via Webinar

    Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

    In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

    Join us via webinar from the comfort of your own home or wherever you may be to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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    Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
    Aug
    11
    10:00 AM10:00

    Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

    Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

    In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

    Come out to the Martin Luther King Lbrary branch in the Lower Ninth Ward to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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    Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
    Aug
    8
    6:00 PM18:00

    Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

    Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

      In this one-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

      Come out to Algiers Regional Library to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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      Evacuteer Leadership Training
      Jul
      28
      9:00 AM09:00

      Evacuteer Leadership Training

      Are you a trained Evacuteer who:

      • Wakes up in the morning and runs through the day ahead of you, play by play, because you love processes like that?
      • Is detail-oriented, community service-minded, and flexible?
      • Constantly hears your friends and family comment on your awesome and amazing communication skills?
      • Wants to challenge yourself in a leadership role, so that you can be a resource of knowledge within your community?

      If you answered "Yes" to at least one of the above questions, we think you have what it takes to become an Evacuteer Leader!

      Our leadership team is truly the backbone of City-Assisted Evacuation. We rely on our leaders not only during a mandatory evacuation, but all throughout the year to help us conduct outreach and represent Evacuteer.org at various events in our community. We are the only New Orleans-based non-profit that advocates for hurricane preparedness year-round, and we're looking for bright, outgoing leaders like you to join our cause!

      During this leadership training session we will go into greater detail to explain logistics management during City-Assisted Evacuation, problem solving, and the in's and out's of supervising other Evacuteers. We will also role-play through some scenarios to get you thinking critically about difficult situations that may arise in the event of an Evacuteer activation. Lunch and refreshments will be provided!

      Prerequisite: You must have attended an introductory Evacuteer training session in the last two years before you are eligible to take leadership training. If you're not sure whether or not you are eligible to join our Teadership Team, please contact us! Click HERE to find an introductory training session near you.

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      Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
      Jul
      17
      6:00 PM18:00

      Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

      Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (or CAE for short), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

      In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

      Come out to the Rosa F. Keller library in Broadmoor to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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      Evacuteer Introductory Webinar Training
      Jul
      16
      7:00 PM19:00

      Evacuteer Introductory Webinar Training

      We expect that at least 35,000 New Orleans residents will need to use City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) because they do not have the resources available to evacuate themselves and their families. Evacuation volunteers (aka Evacuteers) are the people who make sure that we all get out safely!

       Topics discussed in this webinar include:

      • How and why Evacuteer.org was formed
      • How City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) works
      • Evacuteer service roles during both evacuation and re-entry
      • An introduction to Evacuteer leadership and specialist roles 
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      Hands-Only CPR and "Stop the Bleed" Training
      Jul
      13
      6:00 PM18:00

      Hands-Only CPR and "Stop the Bleed" Training

      Evacuteer.org is very excited to partner with our local Emergency Medical Services team to present a hands-only CPR and "Stop the Bleed" tourniquet application course for our volunteers and community partners.  This event is free and open to the public!

      Each training session takes approximately one hour. When you register, please indicate which course you plan to attend- and of course, you may take both! The schedule for the evening will be as follows:

      • 6pm - 7pm: Hands-Only CPR
      • 7pm - 8pm: Stop the Bleed

      Please Note: Taking this training will not result in official CPR or first aid certification, but it will prepare you so that you can be the bystander who provides life-saving care until first responders arrive.

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      Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
      Jun
      12
      6:00 PM18:00

      Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

      Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (or CAE for short), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

      In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

      Come out to the Rosa F. Keller library in Broadmoor to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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      Hands-Only CPR and "Stop the Bleed" Training
      Jun
      8
      6:00 PM18:00

      Hands-Only CPR and "Stop the Bleed" Training

      Evacuteer.org is very excited to partner with our local Emergency Medical Services team to present a hands-only CPR and "Stop the Bleed" tourniquet application course for our volunteers and community partners.  This event is free and open to the public!

      Each training session takes approximately one hour. When you register, please indicate which course you plan to attend- and of course, you may take both! The schedule for the evening will be as follows:

      • 6pm - 7pm: Hands-Only CPR
      • 7pm - 8pm: Stop the Bleed

      Please Note: Taking this training will not result in official CPR or first aid certification, but it will prepare you so that you can be the bystander who provides life-saving care until first responders arrive.

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      Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
      Jun
      2
      10:00 AM10:00

      Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

      Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

        In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

        Come out to the Nix Library Branch in the Carrollton neighborhood to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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        2018 #NOLA Readiness Ride: Evacuation Awareness Campaign
        Jun
        1
        7:00 AM07:00

        2018 #NOLA Readiness Ride: Evacuation Awareness Campaign

        Evacuteer.org is hosting our Third Annual #NOLA Readiness Ride, a bus stop outreach campaign which takes place on the first day of hurricane season! We're recruiting volunteers to speak with RTA bus riders about hurricane preparedness and City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to ensure that our city is prepared for a mandatory evacuation. This year our goal is to reach at least 500 RTA bus riders with important evacuation and preparedness information!

        An orientation will be held on Wednesday, May 30th for 6pm at the Evacuteer office in Mid-City. Details will be emailed to all who register to volunteer with us!

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        City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) Exercise
        May
        23
        8:00 AM08:00

        City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) Exercise

        Volunteer to participate in this year's CAE exercise! The more people we have, the better able we are to test how well everything works prior to a real-life evacuation. We saw an incredibly busy Atlantic hurricane season last year, so we can't stress enough how important it is to be prepared and have a plan!

        Every year, we partner with the New Orleans Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (NOHSEP) and other agencies to conduct a drill of the City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) plan. This is a great opportunity to refresh your knowledge of CAE, or simply better understand it through first-hand experience!

        We're recruiting volunteers who will role-play as both evacuees and Evacuteers while we run through the CAE process, from the Evacuspot at the Central City Senior Center, on to the Greyhound station (Union Passenger Terminal) downtown, and then to the Louis Armstrong International Airport to simulate air evacuations. Everyone will then receive a ride back to the Central City Senior Center where we will debrief and take lunch!

        You do not have to be a trained Evacuteer to participate- all are welcome to join us! You can sign up for an Evacuteer training session on site if you'd like to get more involved in the work we do to ensure the preparedness and safety of our residents throughout hurricane season!

        Lunch will be provided for all who participate!

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        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
        May
        22
        6:00 PM18:00

        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

        Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (or CAE for short), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

        We're neighbors helping neighbors- in the event of a mandatory evacuation in the City of New Orleans, Evacuteers serve to ensure that:

        • Families stay together,
        • Pets are evacuated with their people,
        • Everyone gets out to safe shelter, and
        • Everyone has the opportunity to come back home!

        In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

        Come out to the beautifully renovated Rosa F. Keller library in Broadmoor to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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        Call For Volunteers at Bayou Boogaloo!
        May
        19
        2:00 PM14:00

        Call For Volunteers at Bayou Boogaloo!

        Bring a friend and join us for music and lots of fun on beautiful Bayou St. John!

        The MotherShip Foundation, which puts on the Bayou Boogaloo Festival every year, has given us an exciting opportunity to raise awareness about the work that we do while raising money to support our outreach programs!

        Although Bayou Boogaloo is free, we will be staffing the entrance gates with donation jars for attendees to give what they can to support the festival. The proceeds will then be distributed equally among the nonprofits that partner with them. 

        This is a fun and rewarding opportunity to meet some new faces, help raise critical funds for our work, and spread the word about Evacuteer!

        • Event: Bayou Boogaloo Festival
        • Date: Saturday, May 19th
        • Time: 2 - 6pm
        • Location: Bayou St. John, near the intersection of Orleans Ave and N. Jefferson Davis
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        Hands-Only CPR, "Stop the Bleed", & Evacuteer Training
        May
        12
        10:00 AM10:00

        Hands-Only CPR, "Stop the Bleed", & Evacuteer Training

        Evacuteer.org is very excited to partner with our local Emergency Medical Services team to present a hands-only CPR and "Stop the Bleed" tourniquet application course for our volunteers and community partners.  This event is free and open to the public!

        Each training session takes approximately one hour. When you register, please indicate which course you plan to attend- and of course, you may take all three!

        The schedule for the morning will be as follows:

        • 10am - 11am: Hands-Only CPR
        • 11am - 11:45am: Evacuteer training
        • 12pm - 1pm: Stop the Bleed

        Please Note: Taking this training will not result in official CPR or first aid certification, but it will prepare you so that you can be the bystander who provides life-saving care until first responders arrive.

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        Hands-Only CPR and "Stop the Bleed" Training
        May
        11
        6:00 PM18:00

        Hands-Only CPR and "Stop the Bleed" Training

        Evacuteer.org is very excited to partner with our local Emergency Medical Services team to present a hands-only CPR and "Stop the Bleed" tourniquet application course for our volunteers and community partners.  This event is free and open to the public!

        Each training session takes approximately one hour. When you register, please indicate which course you plan to attend- and of course, you may take both! The schedule for the evening will be as follows:

        • 6pm - 7pm: Hands-Only CPR
        • 7pm - 8pm: Stop the Bleed

        Please Note: Taking this training will not result in official CPR or first aid certification, but it will prepare you so that you can be the bystander who provides life-saving care until first responders arrive.

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        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
        May
        5
        10:15 AM10:15

        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

        Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

        We're neighbors helping neighbors- in the event of a mandatory evacuation in the City of New Orleans, Evacuteers serve to ensure that:

        • Families stay together,
        • Pets are evacuated with their people,
        • Everyone gets out to safe shelter, and
        • Everyone has the opportunity to come back home!

        In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

        Come out to the beautifully renovated Rosa F. Keller library in Broadmoor to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
        Apr
        23
        6:00 PM18:00

        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

        A SMALL TIME COMMITMENT WITH BIG IMPACT!

        Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

        We're neighbors helping neighbors- in the event of a mandatory evacuation, Evacuteers serve to ensure that:

        • Families stay together,
        • Pets are evacuated with their people,
        • Everyone gets out to safe shelter, and
        • Everyone has the opportunity to come back home!

        In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

        Come out to Fair Grinds Coffeehouse in Midcity to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
        Apr
        7
        10:00 AM10:00

        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

        • Evacuteer Office (the "icehouse") (map)
        • Google Calendar ICS

        A SMALL TIME COMMITMENT WITH BIG IMPACT!

        Thousands of our neighbors may need help evacuating if a major storm comes our way. Evacuation volunteers (Evacuteers) assist with New Orleans’ public evacuation option, called City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE), to make sure that our residents are safe and out of harm's way!

        We're neighbors helping neighbors- in the event of a mandatory evacuation, Evacuteers serve to ensure that:

        • Families stay together,
        • Pets are evacuated with their people,
        • Everyone gets out to safe shelter, and
        • Everyone has the opportunity to come back home!

        In this 1-hour training session you will be introduced to the history of Evacuteer.org and what we do, learn how CAE works, and the vital role that our volunteers play in ensuring that everyone who uses CAE is treated with respect and dignity.

        Come out to our office in Midcity to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

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        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
        Aug
        26
        10:15 AM10:15

        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

        We expect that at least 35,000 New Orleans residents will need to use City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) because they do not have the resources available to evacuate themselves and their families. Evacuation volunteers (aka Evacuteers) are the people who make sure that we all get out safely!

        Come out to the beautiful Rosa F. Keller library in Broadmoor to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

         Topics include:

        • Evacuee flow during the CAE
        • Evacuteer roles during both evacuation and re-entry
        • Introduction to leadership and specialist roles 
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        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
        Aug
        16
        1:00 PM13:00

        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

        We expect that at least 35,000 New Orleans residents will need to use City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) because they do not have the resources available to evacuate themselves and their families. Evacuation volunteers (aka Evacuteers) are the people who make sure that we all get out safely!

        Come out to this volunteer training session to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! 

         Topics include:

        • Evacuee flow during the CAE
        • Evacuteer roles during both evacuation and re-entry
        • Introduction to leadership and specialist roles 
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        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
        Jul
        18
        6:00 PM18:00

        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

        We expect that at least 35,000 New Orleans residents will need to use City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) because they do not have the resources available to evacuate themselves and their families. Evacuation volunteers (aka Evacuteers) are the people who make sure that we all get out safely!

        Come out to the beautiful Norman Mayer Library in Gentilly to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! This event is hosted as a part of the New Orleans Public Library's Summer Adult Literacy Program!

         Topics include:

        • Evacuee flow during the CAE
        • Evacuteer roles during both evacuation and re-entry
        • Introduction to leadership and specialist roles 
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        Evacuteer Rebuild Day with All Hands in Hammond: Event is now full.
        Jul
        15
        8:00 AM08:00

        Evacuteer Rebuild Day with All Hands in Hammond: Event is now full.

        In August 2016, Baton Rouge and areas throughout Southeast Louisiana were devastated by historic floods, leaving 110,000 homes affected. Almost a year later, many are still working to get back into their homes. On July 15, Evacuteer teams up with national nonprofit, All Hands, to call on our friends in New Orleans for a build day in Baton Rouge.

        Evacuteers and volunteers from the New Orleans area are invited to join us for a build day with All Hands Volunteers in Baton Rouge! We will be working on the home of a flood-affected family. You will receive training on site. Just bring your able bodies and strong arms!  

        Saturday, July 15: 

        8 a.m.  Depart on free shuttle from Evacuteer Office at 2803 St. Philip Street, New Orleans, LA 70119

        9 a.m. Arrive in Hammond and attend orientation and safety training 

        9:30- 2:30 p.m. Work on affected homes (break for lunch around 11:30)

        3:00 p.m.  Head back to New Orleans

        What to wear/bring:  

        • Sturdy work boots – Must be closed-toe, and preferably puncture-proof soles
        • Work pants 
        • Clothes to change into after you finish; second pair of non-worksite footwear
        • Water bottles 
        • Rain Gear (jacket, hat, etc)

         

         

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        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training
        Jun
        26
        6:00 PM18:00

        Join us! Evacuteer Introductory Training

        We expect that at least 35,000 New Orleans residents will need to use City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) because they do not have the resources available to evacuate themselves and their families. Evacuation volunteers (aka Evacuteers) are the people who make sure that we all get out safely!

        Come out to the beautiful Algiers Regional Library to find out what we're all about, and what YOU can do to help! This event is hosted as a part of the New Orleans Public Library's Summer Adult Literacy Program!

         Topics include:

        • Evacuee flow during the CAE
        • Evacuteer roles during both evacuation and re-entry
        • Introduction to leadership and specialist roles
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        Baby Cakes Meetup With Evacuteer!
        Jun
        22
        6:00 PM18:00

        Baby Cakes Meetup With Evacuteer!

        Come eat, drink and support a great cause at the "Shrine on Airline"! Our friends at Chive New Orleans have chosen to benefit Evacuteer.org with a portion of the proceeds from their 3rd Annual Summer Meetup!

        Tickets are only $35 each and include:

        • General admission to the New Orleans Baby Cakes game on Thursday, June 22nd
        • Private access to the pool!
        • Cash bar ($2 beers on Thirsty Thursday!)
        • All-you-can-eat catered buffet
        • A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Evacuteer.org

        While alcohol will be available for purchase, this is a family-oriented, kid-friendly event! Unfortunately no pets are allowed into the stadium. 

        Tickets must be purchased no later than June 1st! We hope to see you there!

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