Capital Area United Way Invests $135,000 in Disaster Assistance
Capital Area United Way Releases First Phase of Flood Relief Funding
More than $200,000 will be granted to local nonprofits
Capital Area United Way and BASF partner with Habitat for Humanity to support local veterans and first responders impacted by flood
Capital Area United Way Announces Funding for Livingston Parish Schools
Capital Area United Way Releases Additional Flood Relief Funding
An additional $600,000 will be granted to local nonprofits
Super Tax Day Event a Success
Power of 9 Honors Luncheon Recognizes Community Volunteers
This is a guest post from Tara Richard with the Louisiana Appleseed Network. For questions regarding information found in this post, please contact the Louisiana Appleseed Network at www.FloodProofLa.org or by calling 1-844-244-7871.
A major barrier to disaster recovery in the Capital Area is an often overlooked problem -- people living in family property passed down through generations without using the legal system. Now through the generous support of the United Way there is a solution.
Capital Area United Way is truly a community-driven organization and is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. We want you to meet the great folks who support us with their time, talent and treasure, so we will be spotlighting them throughout the year. Below is a Q&A with Randy Young. Randy is an active board member and serves as the Campaign Chair.
This is a guest post from Youth Volunteer Corps of Baton Rouge member, Mahajebin.