NOLA Stache Dash

Central City BBQ, 1201 S Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70113, USA 500 S Rampart St, United States

It's Movember, and we're here to raise awareness for prostate cancer screening and detection.  The Mustachio Bros. are hosting a second annual 2 mile fun run followed by tailgate party before the Saints/Bucs Game and [...]

Blood Drive

Donate Blood! Help our community meet the urgent need for blood donations […]

Every Second Counts

NAACP New Orleans Branch 5620 Read Blvd, New Orleans, LA, United States

Join us on October 27th, 2023, from 12 pm to 2 pm for an empowering event, a collaborative effort between the NAACP and the New Orleans Musician Clinic, sponsored by the Gilead Towards Health Equity Oncology Grant. Our mission is to raise breast cancer awareness and empower the men and women of color in our community. We’ll provide valuable information, financial resources, and encouragement. Participating organizations include NOEH, the New Orleans Musician Clinic, and several others. The event features speakers, organization presentations, and an opportunity to gather information. Let’s come together to make a difference in breast cancer equity. Your participation and support are essential.

Closing the Gap in Breast Cancer

LSU Allied Health’s Human Development Center Auditorium 411 S Prieur St, New Orleans, LA, United States

The New Orleans Musicians Clinic, sponsored by Gilead Towards Health Equity Grant, presents a collaborative summit scheduled at LSU Health Science Center on November 11th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This collaborative event will focus on local breast cancer awareness through a health equity lens and will include participation from SUNO, Dillard, Xavier, Tulane, and LSU Universities. This gathering aims to explore breast cancer awareness and health equity, fostering vital discussions and initiatives.

Celebrating National Cancer Survivors Month and National Black Music Month

Bethany Methodist Church 4533 Mendez St., New Orleans, LA, United States

Come celebrate with us! Join us for a special health fair hosted by Dillard University Community Relations. In honor of National Cancer Survivors Month and National Black Music Month, we're coming together to celebrate resilience, promote wellness, and offer valuable resources. Don't miss this opportunity to support our community's health and heritage! OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! -Distribution of Healthy Food Boxes -Community Resources Vendors -Broadband Smartphone iPad Class -Gardening Project -Health Screenings -Musical Performances – Celebrating National Black Music Month -Cancer Survivor Discussions – Celebrating National Cancer Survivors Month For additional information, contact Nick Harris - (504) 473-1411