Ways to Leverage Your LIFE
Volunteer at Restoration Thrift
When you volunteer at Restoration Thrift you help ensure that our guests are able to shop for high-quality items at affordable pricing. You also help us along our path to create livable wage jobs for our team members. If you don't have time to volunteer, shopping at Restoration Thrift also provides impact.
To volunteer contact Ms. Joy at or call the store at 504-322-2643
Build with Thrive Housing
With every wall painted and every yard landscaped, you are helping to provide a place for a family to call home. Though we leave the major part to the pros, volunteers are needed to help put the finishing touches together.
To learn about this volunteer opportunity contact Darren Morris at
Coach with Launch NOLA
We've graduated over 160 entrepreneurs from our Business Academy. We are looking for volunteer business coaches who can help guide them in their journey. We also host various training throughout the year so if you are an accountant, payroll specialist, marketing guru or have any other transferable business skill, we'd love to talk about you leading a seminar.
Contact Nika Carter at or call 504-564-7739
Be a Connector
Help us expand the horizons for those we are helping. Cultivating productive relationships is really essential for partnership. We have a network to offer each other.
Some of our supporters have hosted a small gathering or dessert with their network where we shared our story. Others have connected us to mentors for our Launch NOLA participants, connected us to bankers, connected us to new donors and much more.
Contact Chuck Morse at or at 504-564-7739 to help make a connection.
Be a Strategist
We are always exploring opportunities to add mission aligned social enterprises to generate more funds to help more people. Leverage your entrepreneurial skills to help us launch industries that will further and fund our mission.
Contact Chuck Morse at or at 504-564-7739
Be a Donor
You've heard us say that giving to others can also help you thrive. Harvard researchers confirm that "Happier people give more and giving makes people happier, such that happiness and giving may operate in a positive feedback loop (with happier people giving more, getting happier, and giving even more)."