Good Works Tour

Louisville feels like New Orleans by jamesintrocaso
September 4, 2008, 8:05 am
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Hey all,

Sorry for the late post, but we just got into a hotel room. We were serving the graveyard shift at a place in Louisville, KY for people from New Orleans who were evacuated from their home city because of Gustav. We’ve been cleaning and operating showers for these people. We’ll be going back at 3PM Eastern Time again today to relieve people.

As we come towards the home stretch of our journey, don’t panic. We’ll be posting webisodes after we come home and continue to update the blog about our editing journey and the soon to be revealed GWT book!

I can’t believe we’re home in three days. I’m looking forward to seeing all of you.

Much love,



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Sounds like the Good Works Tour’s new motto should be “Volunteering, Anytime, Anyplace”

You guys have really been busting your asses getting as much in as possible, doing as much good, and spreading the ethos of the GWT to although who will listen. I’m sure all those refugees from NOLA appreciate the hot shower, but even more that someone took the time and effort to set-up a place for them to shower.

Can’t wait to see you guys,

Comment by Andrew

Just wanted to let you know that I love your blog! I’m actually blogging on my year of local volunteering in my community, and your volunteer tour is really inspiring. Plus it looks like a lot of fun! Please let me know if you are in San Francisco again! I’m sad I missed you. Thanks for your hard work around the country and with Gustav evacuees!

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