Our 2022 SLEEP OUT on Thursday, November 17th promises to be a very special night for young people in our region! Our goal is to recruit 225 Sleepers and raise $650,000 to support young people overcoming homelessness and…
Covenant House is proud to be a "legacy charity partner" for the Crescent City Classic. Join our team as a charity runner to raise funds and awareness for our youth!
"Due to the Coronavirus, I am working twelve hour shifts, six days a week (at University Medical Center). I’m not afraid. This is my job and I love it."
The first shoe to drop for the vast majority of our kids was their employment – over 85% lost their jobs this week. I know so many of our family and friends find themselves in the same predicament.
For the second year in a row, I was honored to participate in the annual Sleep Out for Covenant House. Two hundred and thirty sleepers raised over $623,000! With the support of my family and friends, I raised $6,000 for the homeless youth of my city.
Our 7th annual SLEEP OUT on Thursday, November 15th will once again be a very special evening. We're honored that Martha Landrum has volunteered to chair this year's event. Last year, 165 sleepers raised $465,000…
From VICE Documentary Films, executive producer Michael K. Williams (The Wire) and the Peabody award-winning Renaud Brothers, SHELTER is a powerful documentary filmed with unfettered access over the course of one year at Covenant House.…
As I prayed this morning, I asked God: "What are you calling me to do today?" Often, the “stuff” of the day – and my own humanness – blocks out my ability to hear God answer. Today, however, I sensed God was calling me to listen.
"In contrast to the selfishness, injustice, and inequality of the world around us, our 'Cov Community' is centered around supporting one another and empowering those less fortunate to be and achieve their best."
"It can be tough work, but it is only in listening that we can truly understand the oppression and injustices our youth feel... they have a voice and deserve to be heard."
The brave young people rebuilding their lives at Covenant House deserve to live in safety, with hope for brighter futures—as do all people of color who face persistent and egregious racism.