Loyola law students raise awareness and money for non-profit that helps homeless youth

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law's St. Thomas More Inn of Court this year adopted Covenant House, a nonprofit charity helping homeless youth, as one of its outreach activities. Members of the Inn, a group of law alumni and students dedicated to the advancement and study of the practice of law in the United States, hosted a pizza party for the kids who live at Covenant House and recently slept out in solidarity with the teens who live on the street to raise awareness about homelessness and raise money to help support Covenant House.

Loyola's St. Thomas More Inn of Court was recognized as the team to raise the largest amount of money - $12,000 - during the non-profit's fifth-annual sleep out event, November 10, 2015. The event raised $445,000 in total for Covenant House. Loyola team members included Madeleine Landrieu, Ed Trapolin, Bobby Delise, Jason Culotta, Michael Foley, and Claire Noonan. 

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