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From saving historic homes to helping animals, discover ways to help the Big Easy's recovery.
Updated: July 26, 2006
After losing many aquatic animals, the aquarium started its Bring Back Our Fish campaign, so sea life could return to New Orleans.
After Katrina destroyed more than 1,000 oak trees and flooded 90 percent of the grounds, the park created the Reggie Bush Football Fund and the Sponsor a Live Oak Tree program to bring the park back to life.
Dedicated to preserving the city's history, this nonprofit created a Hurricane Katrina and Operation Comeback Revolving funds that helps citizens rebuild their homes.
The donation-based nonprofit, which rescued more than 8,500 pets after Katrina, has several programs that will help it provide care to animals.
Several cemeteries sustained extensive flooding and damage. To help preserve these historic commodities, this nonprofit set up a cemetery restoration fund.