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FLOOD 2016 

How can you help our South Louisiana neighbors in the flood? The Community Foundation has compiled a list of foundations in our state where you can give & support our neighbors in the Flood Recovery Efforts! Do you want to Volunteer in South Louisiana? Click here South Louisiana Flood Victims have access to funds called the Shelter at Home Program which enables eligible individuals or families whose homes were damaged in the August flooding to take shelter in their own homes while they rebuild, instead of having to stay in a hotel, rental or mass shelter.

North Louisiana Flood Resources for Flood Victims & those wanting to help

Donate to The Community Foundation’s Disaster Relief Fund. Monies from the fund will only be granted to organizations aiding in flooding relief efforts in North Louisiana. No grant will be given to individuals. FEMA Declaration for March 2016 Flood:  Local FEMA Information Click here! 

Free Legal Assistance Hotline for Flood Victims 1-800-310-7029


                                                    GRANT INFORMATION                                                                        On October 1, 2016, the Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners (NWLAMG) will begin accepting applications for its 2017 Community Grant Program. NWLAMG will accept applications for projects in BossierCaddoDeSoto, or Red River Parish 

PRIME TIME Family Reading Time Grant of The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (LEH)   Click here to learn more about PRIME TIME Family Reading Time, training, & grants. APPLICATION CYCLES • Spring sites: Application Available—September 1st / Application Deadline—October 15th

The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities announces 2016 Emergency Grants for organizations whose sites or collections were damaged during the South La Flood. Eligible organizations must be located in one of the FEMA-designated parishes.

Give for Good May 2, 2017 

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Nonprofit Organizations

LINCC partnered with Bossier Parish Library & Shreveport Memorial Library to provide access to LINCC for all citizens in Caddo & Bossier Parishes.

LINCC partnered with OHSEP & VOAD to promote Community Needs & Resources for Flood 2016: LINCC in SB Magazine; LINCC in Biz Magazine; LINCC in the Times, LINCC on KEEL Radio; LINCC on Red River Radio; LINCC on KSLA; LINCC on KTBS.

LINCC partnered with the Rotary Club of Shreveport to host a volunteer fair, Serve for Good, in conjunction with the second annual Red River Food Truck Throwdown and 2000 people were introduced to the nonprofit community. Serve for Good  was supported by a grant from Volunteer Louisiana.


Community Counts: A report on the quality of Life in Bossier,Caddo, DeSoto & Webster Parishes.

Choice Neighborhood develops strategies that address housing, neighborhood, and social/education issues to improve the quality of life and well-being in the  Allendale, Ledbetter Heights, and West Edge neighborhoods.

FaithWorks is an ecumenical network of faith based groups connecting those in need with services.

Hope Connections has created a system that connects people experiencing homelessness with the services they need. Monthly coalition meetings are every fourth Wednesday (10 AM) at Hope Connections. 

Step Forward is a catalyst for working together across sectors and geographical lines to prepare the students of Bossier, Caddo and DeSoto Parishes for academic achievement, productive citizenship and global competitiveness, from cradle to career.

We Grow Together! works to develop a Healthy Regional Food System for the ArkLaTex by addressing the primary barriers to nutritious food access and to ensure profitability for our regional farmers.

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