Our new pantaree is not open to the public, but is a store room for fridges and pantries from the 7th to the 9th ward.

Saturday mornings, Lower9 has an open pantry, but, our fridge is stocked often. 1609 Delery. In the 9th ward. They can always use a hand, and home cooked meals disappear quick, so feel free to cook a little extra next time you make a pot of beans.

Champs Elysee Free Store

SDCE has been feeding the homeless and hungry for years and have upped our game and have been moving food around to where it is needed since March. We have worked with Culture Aid NOLA, lowernine.org, World Central Kitchen, Second Harvest, Southern Solidarity & Cattail Cooks among others. We fill Community Fridges, and make hot meals for folks in camps around the city. We have not kept track of how many pounds, how many meals, how many tears or smiles. We do what we can do.

Throughout December, we collected winter needs for our friends in the Calliope camp. We delivered on 12th Night, when the Wiser Women arrive with gifts that are really needed. No myrrh.




SDCE feeds New Orleans

Community Fridges