SUPPORT US

Your support would underwrite the costs of:

Availability and Access to Childcare Services

Availability and Access to Domestic Violence Services

Availability and Access to Sexual Assault Services

Support Single Parent Households

Decreasing the Divorce Rate in Greater New Orleans

Increasing the Earning Capacity of Women

Reducing the Poverty Rate

Serving the Senior Population

POST-KATRINA TIMELINE

2009

• MOU negotiations and signature of MOU with FEMA
• Selection of Architecture/Engineering Firm and Project Management Services
• Secure liability insurance for demolition
Review FEMA about playground equipment for PW submission

• Project kick-off with A/E design firm

2010

Selection of Recordation Firm and archeological monitoring service
FEMA’s Recordation($16,881.60) and Playground Equipment ($17,044.00) PWs are obligated and being worked on
• Demolition permitsreceived from City of New Orleans
Consideration of Daycare Building PW

2011

• Demolition of existing structures/site secured 
Solicitation of PM firms 

2012

Selected PM firm contract submitted to GOHSEP for approval

2013

• Design Documents completed

2014 – 2016

2017

Extension of FEMA agreement 
Extension of FEMA agreement 

2019

• Wisner Fund provided by Mayor’s office
June 27 – kick-off to Capital Campaign
• PROP funding secured
• Building Permit complete

PROJECT OVERVIEW

601 S Jefferson Davis Parkway

The new YWCA facility will be a two story 16,967 square foot building located at the corner of South Jefferson Davis and D’ Hemecourt.

EDUCATIONAL CORE

Training Space

The proposed Training spaces will be used for miscellaneous training, meetings, and small gatherings that can occur simultaneously.

Resource/ Research Area

The proposed Resource area will provide an area for computer access and resource materials that can be utilized for training and counseling. The Resource area is adjacent to the Training spaces acting as a transitional space that ca be utilized either before or after gatherings.

Fitness (2nd Floor)

The proposed Fitness area will house workout equipment to be used by Women utilizing the facility. Second floor location provides security and separation from public functions occurring on the first floor and general public.

FACILITY & STAFF

Offices and Support Spaces

The proposed facility includes offices for the Executive Director, Director’s Assistant, Accountant, and coordinator. A small conference room is also incorporated as a space for staff to gather for small meetings or with members of the public.

Support Spaces consist of a copy area integrated in the circulation space along with file storage.

PHASE I: FUNDING SOURCES

PHASE II: OPERATIONS

Pre-Katrina Funding Break-Down (2004)

Contributions ———– $9,960 -.6%
Income Generated —– $244,751 – 15%
United Way —————$300,473 – 19%
Government Grants —-$957,920 – 60%
Adm. Income ————-$40,493 – 3%
Special Events ———– $54,545 – 3%
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Total: $1,608,142- 100.6%

Funding 2020

Hire Staff
Hire Executive Director
Develop Fund
Volunteer Services
Develop Programs
Membership
Grant Writing

P.O. Box 50255, New Orleans, LA 70150| Phone: (504) 482-9922 | info@ywca.org

YWCA New Orleans, LA | YWCA is a 501(c)(3) charity. Donations are tax deductible.
Tax ID#: 13-1624103

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