Many faces, one focus.

Dear Friend: When an individual child’s life is compromised and he or she suffers death or a serious injury, the lives of families and the entire communities are changed forever. These tragedies don’t have to happen! The important thing to remember about preventable injuries is that they are preventable. They often occur in predictable ways and can be completely avoided with the right education, awareness and planning. Tragic hurt associated with losing one child is one loss of life too many.  

We don’t want any parent to have to endure the loss of a child. That is why we’re calling on everyone to come together, to raise awareness and to get involved so we can ensure that all children around the world will have the chance to grow up healthy and safe, and do all of the great things that children were destined to do. The Andrew Joseph Foundation serves as advocates for Safety First, we encourage the adoption of federal and state mandates that can help save the lives of children and hold community venues or events accountable for injuries sustained by children while they attend and serve as patrons. We attempt with your support and participation at the “Pursuit for Justice Weekend Rally, benefiting Andrew Joseph, III on November 28th and 29th 2014.  

You will help us hold community venues accountable for injuries and loss of life for children while attending school sponsored community venues and/or events. We need your support in illuminating the disparities among policies that impede the premise of protecting children and those entities that claim safety as the #1 priority.

Join us Friday November 28, 2014 at 4pm to 8pm at Tigers Creole Cuisine located at 1612 Basin St. New Orleans, La, for entertainment and valuable information from professionals and guest speakers as they share knowledge into the area of law and legal matters. We will also have the benefit of sharing in a prayer breakfast on Saturday November 29, 2014.  Information relating to the prayer breakfast will be shared at the event on Friday.  We hope to see you and please know that you will forever be impacted by this experience.




  1. Parent Advocate. Help speak to community leaders about policies that compromise the safety of children.

  2. Policy Review

    Administrators needed to review safety policies.

  3. Community Organizers
    Ground level educators advising general public about safety issues.

Pursuit of Justice

Tigers Creole Cuisine
1612 Basin St

New Orleans, LA
November 28th, November 29th 2014

Valuable Vendor Information and Prayer Breakfast

Please help by donating food for this event. Click on our
PayPal link as monetary donations are also being accepted.