Our hearts and prayers are with everyone who has been impacted by Hurricane Ida. BCM’s Board of Trustees and senior management will continue to communicate with grantees and philanthropic partners as we navigate the Hurricane Ida crisis together. In the meantime, BCM will continue to fund ALL of its existing grant commitments.

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GiveNOLA Day Raises Record-Breaking $8.1 Million

A message of thanks from BCM Board Chair, Slade Simons

Through strength and unity, the Greater New Orleans community has proven once again how generous our residents can be. We’ve seen this type of love and generosity shown throughout natural disasters following hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods. The recent trials brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic presented new challenges that none of us had ever previously encountered, but we all went through them together. And this is what unites us – responding to a crisis with love for our neighbors.

This week, over 67,000 gifts were given by folks with a desire to help their neighbors. Thank you to the people of Greater New Orleans for supporting over 900 nonprofits who have worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic to keep providing vital services to our community.

Our sincerest thanks to all of the non-profits whose important work continues to strengthen our community and help those in need. Your work is truly heroic and worthy of appreciation. We are humbled to be your partner.

Congratulations to the folks at the Greater New Orleans Foundation for all of their hard work in planning, organizing, and executing such an outstanding GiveNOLA Day.

BCM’s goal has always been “to help heal humanities hurts” as this was the mission of Southern Baptist Hospital. That mission is still alive today. BCM could not be more proud to be a part of this community and its efforts to love one another and help heal humanities hurts.

Thank you, New Orleans, for your generosity and demonstrating your love for your neighbor.

May 6, 2021