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Welcome!

We are Tulane students working with established community-based organizations. Together we provide opportunities for resilience to youth experiencing
poverty and violence in New Orleans.

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3rd Annual Field Day 2024

Family Events on Campus

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Shoes

Room Sponsorship and Holiday Celebrations with NOWCS

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Bags

Enrichment Programs with CANO

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In 2017, Strong City was founded as a nonprofit aimed at funding gun violence research.

Now, with over 300 student body members, Strong City is committed to supporting projects and developing programs with our community partners, aiming to disrupt deeply rooted cycles of poverty and violence, and uplifting future generations.

Greetings from Tulane!
Get to know some of the students who collaborate and act to foster safety and well-being in  New Orleans. 

Shay Diamond-Revich

Program Coordinator

Shay is a sophomore from Lower Merion, Pennsylvania, studying Public Health.
Read what Strong City means to her. 

Strong City has completely changed my college experience. This organization has allowed me to truly feel connected with the New Orleans community in a way I never thought I would have. While being a program coordinator I have been lucky enough to get to work hand in hand with organizations such as the New Orleans Women’s and Children’s Shelter and Tulane Violence Prevention Institute. It has been an incredible experience getting to see children enjoy spending time with our volunteers, opening up their birthday presents from us, and getting extra family time through our events. I’ve also gotten to foster relationships with the heads of different non-profits in the community and see how much work people are putting into their organizations. The longer my time is with Strong City the more inspired I am to continue to make a difference in the community and learn as much as I can from community leaders as well as the youth we work with. I am so grateful to be a part of such a hardworking and compassionate group of students!

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