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Louisiana

Total: $247,500.00
Grantee
Project
Details
Historic Lower 9th Ward Council for Arts and Sustainability
New Orleans, LA

Project Ujamaa will provide year-round, weekly activities designed to increase access to and foster an appreciation for good food among more than 300 underserved children in New Orleans and their families.
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Country: United States
Type: Health
Date: May, 2011
Amount: $20,000.00
The Edible Schoolyard NOLA
New Orleans, LA

The mission of ESY NOLA is to integrate organic gardening and seasonal cooking into the curriculum, culture and food programs of Green Charter School. ESY NOLA provides students with engaging hands-on learning experiences through weekly garden and kitchen classes, and school-wide seasonal events that promote the local food traditions of New Orleans.
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Country: United States
Type: Health
Date: May, 2011
Amount: $40,000.00
Historic Lower 9th Ward Council for Arts and Sustainability
New Orleans, LA

Project Ujamaa will provide year-round, weekly activities designed to increase access to and foster an appreciation for good food among more than 300 underserved children in New Orleans, 7-14 years old, and their families.
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Country: United States
Type: Health
Date: June, 2010
Amount: $20,000.00
The Edible Schoolyard NOLA
New Orleans, LA

The mission of ESY NOLA is to integrate organic gardening and seasonal cooking into the curriculum, culture and food programs of four New Orleans schools. ESY NOLA provides students with engaging hands-on learning experiences through weekly garden and kitchen classes, and school-wide seasonal events that promote the local food traditions of New Orleans.
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Country: United States
Type: Health
Date: June, 2010
Amount: $40,000.00
Historic Lower 9th Ward Council for Arts and Sustainability
New Orleans, LA

Kellogg project: Project Ujamaa will provide year-round, monthly activities designed to increase access to and foster an appreciation for good food among more than 300 underserved children in New Orleans, 7-14 years old, and their families. The multilayered activities will include providing “Vegetable Vouchers” to program participants, allowing them to meet urban famers, listen to presentations from nutritionists, make their own healthy recipes and items to sell at the market, and develop skits, poems and songs that address the importance of healthful eating.
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Country: United States
Type: Health
Date: June, 2009
Amount: $20,000.00
The Edible Schoolyard NOLA
New Orleans, LA

Kellogg project: The mission of ESY NOLA is to integrate organic gardening and seasonal cooking into the curriculum, culture and food programs of Green Charter School. ESY NOLA provides students with engaging hands-on learning experiences through weekly garden and kitchen classes, and school-wide seasonal events that promote the local food traditions of New Orleans.
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Country: United States
Type: Health
Date: June, 2009
Amount: $50,000.00
Family & Youth Counseling Agency, Inc.
Lake Charles, LA
While support and guidance are offered to all family members displaced by disasters such as Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, special attention is given to the youngest victims.
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Country: United States
Type: Arts
Date: February, 2006
Amount: $5,000.00
Second Harvest
New Orleans, LA
Support for Hurricane Katrina Relief
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Country: United States
Type: Health
Date: September, 2005
Amount: $25,000.00
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
New Orleans, LA
Support for Hurricane Katrina children
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Country: United States
Type: Health
Date: September, 2005
Amount: $25,000.00
Family & Youth Counseling Agency, Inc.
Lake Charles, LA
Teen centers for youth in downtown Lake Charles.
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Country: United States
Type: Health
Date: February, 2004
Amount: $2,500.00
Total: $247,500.00

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