Capital Area United Way - Community Conversations
United Way has added additional Community Conversation dates to the schedule through January. If you missed the chance to sign-up in October and November, or would like to host a second Conversation with your clients, Click Here To Sign-Up. I will be in touch to finalize details with your organization. To the agencies that have already hosted a Community Conversation, thank you! We have been impressed with the level of feedback received and look forward to incorporating the themes discussed in Community Conversations into our next funding processes.
Capital Area United Way - VITA
Capital Area United Way – “Power of 9” - The Power of 9 Awards celebrate the spirit of volunteerism and by putting the spotlight on the diversity of volunteers in our community. The individuals, friends, community groups and corporations freely give of their time, talent and energy to help organizations meet their mission. In partnership with WAFB Channel 9 and sponsored by Capital One Bank, we support these heroes in our community by honoring one (or more) special volunteers each month, featured on a segment produced and aired by WAFB. In addition, we recognize all the Power of 9 recipients and highlight the organizations with which they volunteer at a banquet held each January. Nominate a Volunteer: Do you know a volunteer or group of volunteers that have made a difference for you and your community? Please nominate them for the Power of 9 Honors Award today. Nominations are accepted throughout the year (please see attached). For more information contact Ashley Montagnino at email@example.com
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Alzeimer's Services of the Capital Area - Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area is hosting the Grantsmanship Training Program in Baton Rouge, January 29 – February 2, 2018. This comprehensive, five-day, hands-on workshop for nonprofit and government grantseekers guides participants to plan effective programs and then get grant funding to support them. Click here to learn more
Homebuyer Seminar hosted by Urban Restoration Enhancement Corporation
Urban Restoration Enhancement Corporation will host a Homebuyer Seminar Wednesday, Dec. 13 from 6:00pm to 7:45pm at Greenwell Springs Road Library, 11300 Greenwell Springs Road in Baton Rouge. Lending Officers from Cottonport Bank will present. Please register here. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (225) 356-8871. No cost to attend.
UREC's College & Career Ready After School Program is Accepting Applications - Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM. Program open to freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors.
- ACT Prep
- College Readiness
- Campus Tours
- Academic Enrichment
- Homework Labs
- No Cost to Participate
Flood Proof: Legal Help for Homeowners with Title Problems - Is proving that you own your home a barrier to disaster recovery? Were you denied FEMA or other assistance? Did someone pass away, making you the owner of your family home?
You may qualify for this free service if:
- Your property was damaged in the 2016 flood
- Your flooded home is your primary residence or it was and you plan to rebuild
- Your property is loacted in East Baton Rouge, Livingston, or Ascension Parish
- You meet income eligibility guidelines
You can reach us in different ways:
Apply Online: apply.lanonprofitjustice.org
Walk-In: Monday & Wednesday, 1-4p.m., 715 St. Ferdinand St., Baton Rouge, LA
For more information check out our Flyer