The Rapides Foundation is accepting proposals under its Diet and Physical Activity Community Program. This is the second round of grants under the program, which received an unprecedented amount of proposals in the first round.
Projects focus on physical activity
Urania Town Clerk Pam Sullivan sees the need for new playground equipment at “Potty Tannehill Memorial Park” every time parents walk the track with their children.
Grants target healthy eating
Manna House in Alexandria serves free, hot lunches to anyone who comes through its serving line. For some, it’s the only hot meal they may receive in a day.
Congratulations to our new grantees
Look for these projects in Cenla communities: A.L. Hayward Sr. Community Development Corp. - playground equipment and recreation area for children, families and senior citizens in a public housing area in Bunkie...
Accepting proposals again
The Rapides Foundation is once again accepting proposals under its popular Diet and Physical Activity Community Program. This is the second call for proposals under the program.