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Contributions may be made by sending contributions to St. Anna’s Church, 1313 Esplanade Ave., NOLA 70116. Please make all checks payable to St. Anna’s Church. If you’re making a donation to a Memorial fund, please note the fund on your memo line).
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St. Anna’s Memorial Funds
St. Anna’s memorial funds are established by friends that have passed, as a tribute to them and to the benefactors that continue to contribute to them.
The Garin Weiss Fund
Garin called St. Anna’s one day enthused about our Mission to Musicians. He was a loyal husband, a jazz musician, and a train enthusiast. His home church, St. Christopher’s by the River, Gates Mills, Ohio, kindly asked Fr. Bill to come and preach and to help Garin raise monies for the Mission to Musicians. We did so and he did so. Garin passed away in 2009 and we were advised that a collection was taken up in his memory and is forthcoming. So noted, the Garin Weiss fund is dedicated to providing emergency aid to professional musicians, supporting the continuing work of NOMC, and providing program funding for music programs that keep the jazz traditions alive in our young people.
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The Gordon Maginnis Restoration Fund
Gordon was the first Senior Warden during Fr. Terry’s cure. He was a long time member and a resident of the French Quarter. Gordon was, in short, a true Quarter character. He knew Tennessee Williams and in his eulogy it was said that Gordon embodied everything that Williams wanted to be. By his legacy, St. Anna’s began work to rebuild and restore its old Historic building. This effort continues. All donations in this fund will be utilized for the continuing rebuilding of this very old campus to better serve the poor and preserve the historic past.
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The Mike McQueen Fund
Mike was a good and loyal member of St. Anna’s along with his surviving wife Glenda and son Otto. Mike, a noted journalist with a national reputation for integrity and skill, was the local bureau chief of the Associated Press and provided heroic coverage in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. One of the noted characteristics of Mike McQueen was his keen insights, unflappable persona, and his keen skills as a mentor and teacher. To this end the McQueen fund is established to help finance youth mentoring programs that seek to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and to provide those children with a high sense of self worth and dignity. Programs funded by the McQueen fund include Anna’s Arts for Kids, and, The Awesome Girls.