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Amid the luster of the Super Bowl, the constant partying, and hundreds of events, one amazing charitable organization will be putting on a myriad of events to help the New Orleans homeless and indigent community.
The New Orleans based 501c3 Home Mission Inc will take part in a series of charity events created to allow people to party with a purpose. Home Mission Inc (HMI) has partnered with several celebrities, socialites, and known community leaders to present the I.M.P.A.C.T Weekend Charity Experience from January 31st – February 3rd.
BSO had a chance to interview the charity’s Executive Director Krystal Justice, to get an idea of what Home Mission Inc, the strategy behind I.M.P.A.C.T. Weekend, and what she hopes to accomplish for the city of New Orleans.
Could you tell me a little bit about Home Mission Inc, and what it attempts to do for the community?
Home Mission Incorporated is a family organization that my father founded in 1986. It was originally founded in Los Angele...
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