Check out our new 2023-2024 Partner Organizations and Position Descriptions!
Community Farm and Garden network in Baton Rouge
By blending access to fresh food, skill-development, socialization, and art into one location, Baton Roots brings an opportunity for our community to learn best practices in sustainable agriculture on an urban farm.
The East Baton Rouge Parish Library is a community service organization that connects our citizens with information, resources, materials, technology, and experiences in order to make a positive difference in their lives.
The purpose of the Louisiana Environmental Action Network (LEAN) is to foster cooperation and communication between individual citizens and corporate and government organizations in an effort to assess and mend the environmental problems in Louisiana. LEAN's goal is the creation and maintenance of a cleaner and healthier environment for all of the inhabitants of this state.
Louisiana Sea Grant's mission is to generate and provide science-based information and tools that support the state. The program envisions resilient and sustainable coastal communities, economies, and ecosystems that are supported by engaged and informed public and decision-makers.
The mission of the LSU Food Pantry is to provide supplemental food to students in need who may experience hunger or food insecurity.
Food insecurity is a prevalent issue on college campuses nationwide that goes largely unaddressed. Some students may experience situational hunger or insecurity while others may demonstrate chronic hunger or insecurity and a need for continued support. Regardless of circumstances, no student should have to choose between food and other basic needs. The Food Pantry exists to help ease that choice and provide support.
March For Moms aligns the diverse voices of families, healthcare providers, policymakers, and partners to advocate for mother’s and families’ health, well-being and equal access to care. Watch the following video to understand why this work is so important.
We develop and promote the growth and revitalization of Mid City Baton Rouge by attracting new and retaining current residents and businesses.
Mid City Redevelopment Alliance was founded by the Baton Rouge General in the fall of 1991. As the first not-for-profit organization in Baton Rouge created to address the challenges of a specific geographic region, Mid City Redevelopment Alliance has established itself as one of the most dynamic and successful community development organizations in our city.
Our Mission: To create an environment where our youngest children and families have access to the resources and opportunities necessary to help them be happy, healthy, resilient, and successful. We seek to be a model for other rural communities.
Mission: To support survivors of sexual trauma, improve systems response, and create social change to end sexual violence.
A New Voice for our Community
We’re building a new kind of organization: