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Three Steps of Succesful Grant Writing

Posted By Nora Ellertsen, The Funding Seed, LLC, Friday, May 20, 2011
Three Steps of Successful Grant Writing

Find success in grant writing!
This fun and informative workshop will help you save time and energy and improve your skills as a grant writer by teaching you about the "before, during and after" of writing a proposal.


Tuesday, June 14, 9:00-11:00am
Longue Vue House and Gardens (Playhouse Building)
7 Bamboo Road, New Orleans
$65 per person

Beginners and experienced grant writers welcome.


To register, visit thefundingseed.com
or email info@thefundingseed.com to reserve your space and pay at the door.

The Funding Seed is a New Orleans-based company that teaches people how to raise money for non-profits.

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Project Purr, Baton Rouge: Foster Photo Op at Millerville Petsmart

Posted By Project Purr BR, Friday, April 22, 2011

Project Purr Baton Rouge will hold a photo op event for foster animals and their owners this Saturday, April 23, at the Millerville Rd PetsMart in Baton Rouge.

Contact peggy@projectpurrbr.org for more information.

Project Purr Baton Rouge is a nonprofit that was formed in 2010 to support the Companion Animal Alliance of Baton Rouge in stopping the euthanasia of hundreds of adoptable cats each year by East Baton Rouge Parish Animal Control.

http://www.projectpurrbr.org/

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2 Good 2 Be True Raffle and Telethon

Posted By Rae Gremillion, Hospice of Acadiana Foundation, Inc., Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Updated: Wednesday, April 20, 2011

It's our annual vehicle raffle and Telethon to benefit Hospice of Acadiana. Join us on June 5 at Mall of Acadiana (Lafayette) or view the Telethon broadcast on KATC-TV 3! Learn more about hospice and palliative care and Hospice of Acadiana, Acadiana's oldest and only nonprofit hospice care provider, AND learn if you or someone you know is the grand prize winner of our annual vehicle raffle!

Now through June 5, purchase a $20 raffle ticket and you might be in the enviable position of choosing between a 2011 Ford F150 (4x2) Super Crew Truck,
Platinum Package in Silver Ingot Metallic OR a 2011 Ford Explorer, Limited in
White Platinum Tri-Coat.

To purchase a $20 raffle ticket, go to www.hfacadiana.com or call 337-706-3809. Proceeds benefit Hospice of Acadiana, Inc.

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Parenting for Academic Success: Community Resource Hall and Panel Discussion

Posted By Argentum Consulting, LLC, Wednesday, April 20, 2011

COME EXHIBIT WITH US FOR FREE AND REACH PARENTS, COMMUNITY LEADERS, AND EDUCATORS!


The Pelican Educational Foundation is hosting a panel discussion and community resource hall on Thursday, May 12, 2011, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.


  • 100+ attendees are expected to attend, from parents and teachers to school administrators and community leaders.
  • Organizations offering parent/family resources, youth services, and educational services are  welcome to have a representative on-site and to display materials.
  • Tables are available free of charge to non-profit organizations. Organizations must bring their own tablecloths, signs, and power strips. For-profit organizations must pay $25 for a table.

Event location: Location: Kenilworth Science and Technology School, 7600 Boone Ave., Baton Rouge, LA


Contact Carrie Peña to reserve your table by May 2, 2011.

Tel: 225-810-2398 - EM: carrie@thinkargentum.com

Tags:  community leaders  education  parents  public 

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Velo des Artes

Posted By Matthew Mullenix, Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations, Tuesday, April 19, 2011
WHO: LANO Member, Baton Rouge Advocates for Safe Streets (B.R.A.S.S.)

WHAT: Velo des Artes a group bike ride in conjunction with Fest For All 

WHEN: Sunday, May 01, 8:30 AM

WHERE: The Louisiana State Museum (4th Street and Spanish Town Road, Baton Rouge—http://tinyurl.com/LAStMus

HOW: Starting at the Louisiana State Museum, 8.30 AM, we'll ride in the vicinity of the capitol campus looking at public art, then head out to visit a working artist’s work space, stop at Magnolia Cemetery to talk about the symbolism of grave art, then head downtown to end at the BRASS Bike Corral at Fest For All

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Community Foundation of North Louisiana Funds Graduation Research

Posted By Matthew Mullenix, Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations, Saturday, March 5, 2011
Promising Practices for Promoting High School Graduation, a new issue brief released by the Promising Practices Network, summarizes research-based approaches for improving high school graduation rates. This brief, prepared with support by a grant from The Community Foundation of North Louisiana, reviews the importance of graduating from high school; discusses recent trends in high school graduation rates; and presents strategies for promoting high school graduation. [Read full story at the LANO News tab.]  

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TOPS a Struggle for Those at Bottom

Posted By Matthew Mullenix, Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations, Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Report finds the popular state scholarship program benefits most those who need it least; recommends policy changes to TOPS and full funding for needs-based Go Grants scholarships


A new report [download in PDF here] by the Louisiana Budget Project takes a close look at the Taylor Opportunity Program for Students, or TOPS, which provides tuition assistance to Louisiana residents seeking higher education at state schools.

The report concludes the popular scholarship fund, having nearly tripled in size since 1998, has outgrown its intended purpose as an aid for economically disadvantaged scholars and become a de-facto entitlement for middle and upper-income students.
An evolution of the former Louisiana Honors Scholarship, TOPS is named for Louisiana businessman Patrick F. Taylor, whose guiding inspiration in 1988 was that access to college education be "based on the ability to learn, not the ability to pay."
In its original form, the Tuition Assistance Plan, or TAP, was restricted to low- and moderate-income students who met academic requirements including a GPA of 2.5.

Legislative changes in 1997 removed the mandated family income cap of $35,000, thus opening the scholarship fund to all academically qualifying students regardless of financial status. Since then, the taxpayer-funded program ballooned in cost from $54 million to $139 million and shifted its recipient base into the upper income brackets: Today 72 percent of all TOPS recipients come from families that make over $50,000 annually, and nearly 40 percent of TOPS scholars come from those with income over $100,000 a year.

According to analyst Tim Mathis of the Budget Project, which monitors state spending on behalf of Louisiana’s low- and moderate-income families: "This is a questionable allocation of scarce [public] resources in a state in which 56 percent of households make less than $50,000, while only 16 percent make more than $100,000."

"It’s very discouraging," said Budget Project Director Edward Ashworth. "What began as a helping hand to bright scholars of modest means has become more like a helping hand-out to kids who could probably pay their own way to school."
To reduce the overall cost of TOPS and allow for greater needs-based scholarship support, the Budget Project report makes several recommendations, including a phased-in increase of academic requirements for TOPS, with a plan to funnel resulting cost savings into the under-funded Go Grants scholarship program.
For a complete list of Budget Project recommendations and more on the TOPS program in Louisiana, go to: www.labudget.org
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