Boys Hope Girls Hope of Greater New Orleans celebrates 30 years of HOPE!
Post-Katrina Boys Hope home renovations are completed, and Boys Hope scholars move back home just in time to celebrate Mardi Gras in Mid-City!
Hurricane Katrina completely destroys the Girls Hope home and offices, and significantly damages the Boys Hope home.
New Orleans converts one of the Boys Hope houses into the first Girls Hope home in partnership with St. Mary’s Dominican High School for young women in need.
A new Boys Hope home is constructed to replace the original home, which serves as the Boys Hope home today.
Boys Hope New Orleans opens a second home for young men near Jesuit high school.
New Orleans is the third U.S. city after St. Louis, MO and Cincinnati, OH to establish a Boys Hope program in partnership with a Jesuit High School for driven young men in need. The program was first called “The Jesuit Program for Living and Learning”
Father Paul Sheridan, SJ establishes the first Boys Hope Girls Hope program in St. Louis, MO.