Sixty people with math and science backgrounds will teach in Central Louisiana high schools while pursuing a tuition-paid master’s degree, thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Twenty Central Louisiana professionals graduated on Nov. 19 from Cenla Boardbuilders, a Community Development Works program that trains emerging leaders to become active in their communities as members of nonprofit Boards of Directors.
The Rapides Foundation's Cenla Medication Access Program, which has been providing free prescriptions to eligible Central Louisiana residents since 2001, is now offered statewide.
The Rapides Foundation’s new Cancer Screening Project is bringing free cancer screenings to eligible Central Louisiana residents by way of a mobile unit.
The Rapides Foundation’s board of trustees awarded approximately $800,000 in grants to fund evidence-based physical fitness and healthy eating programs in nine Central Louisiana public school districts.