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GREATER BATON ROUGE BUSINESS REPORT AND INREGISTER

Guide Through kindness, compassion, and grace,

we can change the world.

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

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Relentless about giving back to the community.

Every gift makes a difference. At Ochsner, we’re proud our giving helps to improve the health and wellbeing of the Baton Rouge community. We’ve championed projects like expanding access to care with community health centers. We’ve conducted COVID-19 prevalence studies so the public and our elected leaders have the data needed to make informed decisions. We also support more than 40 funds to help Ochsner patients and programs of Ochsner in the Greater Baton Rouge area. These funds range from providing patients with financial assistance to allowing providers the opportunity to research and create innovations in patient care. To support these funds and help Ochsner advance our mission, visit ochsner.org/philanthropy.


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Make an IMPACT for your favorite local charities! The online give page allows you to donate directly to your local charities on inRegister’s website. Be sure to check out 28 great local charities you can support this year and make a difference.

Visit inRegister.com/give or scan here

We are excited to partner with 225 GIVES on December 1 for Giving Tuesday to support our local nonprofits in the Greater Baton Rouge area. Watch for our special campaign on December 1.

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Your finances and philanthropy,

SIMPLIFIED.

Under the Baton Rouge Area Foundation’s new program, you can open a charitable account with us while keeping your own financial advisor. Your advisor manages all your funds, and you can make grants to nonprofits through the Foundation. Find out how the Foundation has simplified giving to the causes you care about. Please contact Elizabeth Hutchison at (225) 387-6126 or ehutchison@braf.org for more information.

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FROM THE PUBLISHER

Connect with a cause that speaks to your heart WORDS LIKE giving, compassion, charity and hope have never carried as much meaning as they did this year. 2020 has been a year like no other … a year that presented us with unending opportunities to show acts of kindness and compassion toward our “frontRolfe McCollister, Jr. line workers,” families, friends and neighbors. We all learned about the importance of philanthropy (literally, the “love of mankind.”) Thank goodness for the incredible organizations featured in our annual Giving Guide. They have always worked hard in our community to make a difference in people’s lives, but they went above and beyond this year—living out their mission, sharing their time and talents, serving as role models, and inspiring the rest of us to be of service to others. We hope this publication will be helpful to you as you plan your own philanthropy for the year-end and 2021. We hope you will make a connection with a cause that speaks to your heart. For your convenience, you can click on our website (inRegister. com/GIVE), browse the nonprofits and click to donate. New this year is a program called 225 GIVES created by the Baton Rouge Area Foundation and Capital Area

United Way. 225 GIVES is a fundraising program and competition to help nonprofits collectively raise money for essential services in our community, and it will take place in conjunction with Giving Tuesday on December 1. (See page 6 for details.) You can also use our site to donate as part of this program. Finally, we want to congratulate those who will be honored by the Greater Baton Rouge chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals when it celebrates its 30th National Philanthropy Day (NPD) Luncheon on Tuesday, Nov. 10. inRegister magazine is proud to again serve as a presenting sponsor for the event, which will take place at City Club of Baton Rouge. And special thanks to our sponsors this year—East Baton Rouge Parish Library, Peyton Murphy Law Firm, Ochsner Health, and Entergy–who have helped make The Giving Guide possible. Sincerely,

Publisher: Rolfe H. McCollister, Jr. inRegister Publisher: Penny Font

EDITORIAL Corporate Media Editor: Lisa Tramontana Digital Content Editor: Mark Clements

ADVERTISING Sales Director: Elizabeth McCollister Hebert Senior Account Executive: Tricia Reed Account Executives: Liz Firesheets, Sadie Fury Ad Coordinator: Brittany Nieto

PRODUCTION/DESIGN Production Director: Melanie Samaha Art Director: Hoa Vu Graphic Designers: Melinda Gonzalez, Emily Witt

MARKETING Chief Marketing Officer: Elizabeth McCollister Hebert Marketing & Events Assistant: Taylor Floyd Events: Abby Hamilton Community Liaison: Jeanne McCollister McNeil

ROLFE MCCOLLISTER, JR. Publisher

ADMINISTRATION CONTENTS

Digital Manager: James Hume Business Associate: Kirsten Milano Business Associate: Tiffany Durocher Office Coordinator: Tara Lane Receptionist: Cathy Brown

 6 National Philanthropy Day Awards/225 GIVES  9 A Word from Our Sponsors

AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT Audience Development Director: Katelyn Oglesby Audience Development Coordinator: Ivana Oubre

GIVING GUIDE PROFILES (All information provided by the advertisers.)

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East Baton Rouge Parish Library

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Murphy Law Firm

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City Year Baton Rouge

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Ochsner Health

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Entergy

Junior League of Baton Rouge

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Dream Day Foundation

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The Baton Rouge Epicurean Society

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The Hospice of Baton Rouge

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Kids’ Orchestra

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LSU Foundation

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Girl Scouts Louisiana East

Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank

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McMains Children’s Developmental Center

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Hope Ministries of Baton Rouge

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Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center

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Society of St. Vincent de Paul

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The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge

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The Nature Conservancy

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Youth Oasis

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Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area

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Bella Bowman Foundation

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Our Lady of the Lake Foundation

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Foundation for Woman’s

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Susan G. Komen Louisiana

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Capital Area United Way

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Inspiring and advancing philanthropy WITH 140 MEMBERS from more than 80 organizations, the GBR chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals is flou ishing. On Nov. 10, the group celebrates its 30th annual National Philanthropy Day luncheon by proudly recognizing the National Philanthropy Day Award recipients. These individuals, families, and businesses have improved the quality of life for many in our community.

2020 National Philanthropy Day Awards THE SPIRIT OF GIVING AWARD

Huey and Angelina Wilson (posthumously)

100 Black Men OUTSTANDING PHILANTHROPIC FOUNDATION

BOARD OF DIRECTORS AWARD

Three O’Clock Project and Stephen Hightower OUTSTANDING YOUTH IN PHILANTHROPY

Annie Engholm

OUTSTANDING PHILANTHROPIC SERVICE ORGANIZATION

OUTSTANDING VOLUNTEER FUNDRAISER

Kathy and Michael Victorian OUTSTANDING PHILANTHROPIST

Meredith Hathorn

Irene W and CB Pennington Foundation

OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP IN CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY

OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL FUNDRAISER

The Mosaic Company

Beverly Brooks Thompson, PhD, CFRE

The GBR chapter meets the second Tuesday of each month in person or virtually. For details, go to https://community.afpglobal.org/ greaterbatonrouge/home, follow the group on Facebook, or contact Tammy Abshire, CFRE, at 337.501.5696 or at afpbatonrouge@gmail.com.

225 GIVES: Goal set for $4.225 million NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS in the Capital Region are invited to participate in 225 GIVES, a special 24-hour online fundraising competition that will take place on Tuesday, December 1. Launched by Capital Area United Way (CAUW) and the Baton Rouge Area Foundation (BRAF), 225 GIVES is based on similar campaigns that have been successfully conducted in other cities. The goal is to help generate $4.225 million for area nonprofit . “This year has been particularly challenging … as COVID-19 has caused widespread cancellations of major fundraisers at a time when nonprofit services are in higher de6

mand,” said George Bell, president and CEO of CAUW. “We believe this digital fundraising initiative will be an impactful way to build community, connect donors to local nonprofit , encourage organizations to use social media and generate excitement about our community.” Prizes will be given for most dollars raised, most unique do-

nors, and lottery-based awards throughout the day. In addition, foundations, corporations, and philanthropists may contribute to the Challenge Fund that will provide a proportional share of the donations received by every nonprofit that raises a minimum of $225. More than $500,000 in monetary prizes and Challenge awards is ex-

pected to be available to participating nonprofit . “Our region is exceptionally charitable and we ask that you consider making any year-end gifts through 225 GIVES so nonprofits can earn additional incentive from the Challenge Fund,” said John Davies, president and CEO of BRAF. “We believe there is no better time than now to create a giving movement that will be sustainable for years to come.” Donations on Dec. 1 can be made at 225GIVES.org. For more information, contact Ethan Bush of Trility Partners at 225GIVES@CAUW.org.

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10 million reasons for a brighter Louisiana. At Entergy, we’re committed to powering tomorrow. So last year we donated $10 million to Louisiana community projects while our employees logged over 50,000 volunteer hours. From workforce development to protecting the environment, we’re giving back to empower future generations and a brighter Louisiana. entergybrightfuturela.com

A message from Entergy Louisiana, LLC ©2020 Entergy Services, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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It came while the world was busy and brought it all to a sudden standstill. But not the people working for nonprofits; they got even busier. Amid the uncertainties of the pandemic, they adapted fast. Just like they did after Katrina and Rita. After Andrew, Gustav and the Great Floods of 2016. When the world stumbled and slowed, they stepped up. The Baton Rouge Area Foundation salutes and thanks our nonprofits for a job well done, last week and next week and for years to come. We are proud to be your partners.

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A WORD FROM OUR SPONSORS

Effective tools to strengthen our community

SPENCER WATTS Library Director

The East Baton Rouge Parish Library offers a variety of resources for nonprofit organizations at the Grants Center. Amazingly, 90% of domestic foundations don’t have a website. Foundation Directory Online and iWave, only available at the new River Center Branch Library, give you access to these hard-to-find funders, plus the most effective tools to organize and manage your foundation fundraising process. Our Grants Librarian can assist you with your search, whether you are a grant-seeker, grant-maker, or just curious about the grants process. For an appointment, call 225.389.4964. We also host free programs periodically for grant seekers. The Library also offers a variety of FREE tools that can help nonprofit organizations assess and strengthen their business model, perform needs assessments, research funding opportunities, locate community partners and provide skills training and workforce development for staff. These resources are available FREE 24/7 in the Digital Library. A consultation via Small Business Services (SmallBusiness@ebrpl.com) will help your group create an effective strategy, whether it’s enhancing your own skills as a grant seeker, writing a business plan, getting reliable and relevant local statistics, or finding out about potential corporate funders. All you need is your Library card!

Taking great strides to make a difference

PEYTON MURPHY Attorney

Murphy Law Firm opened in 1993 with one goal in mind—helping injured victims throughout Louisiana. Since then, our team has succeeded in doing that and much more. Because of our love for people, we have taken great strides to make a difference in our community. When faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, our team tirelessly gave out over 67,000 masks, gloves and more than 100 gallons of hand sanitizer to local residents, hospitals and nursing homes. In addition, we have actively supported a large number of organizations in our community, including the American Cancer Society, Dreams Come True of Louisiana, CASA, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Battle Against Autism, McMain’s Children’s Developmental Center, United Cajun Navy, HOPE Ministries, Bella Bowman Foundation, Kelli’s Kloset, Emerge Center and many others. Our legal team has helped thousands of injured victims over the last 28 years with over 150 years of combined experience. Our love for south Louisiana and our community extends beyond helping injured victims.

Fighting for the health and safety of our world

MICHELLE DODENHOFF Senior VP & Chief Development Officer

Ochsner Health is committed to giving back to the communities it serves through preventive screenings, health and wellness resources, and partnerships with innovative organizations that share our vision. As we continue to expand our offerings and services throughout the Baton Rouge region, we are hopeful you will consider investing in Louisiana’s largest nonprofit healthcare system—Ochsner Health. Ochsner’s footprint extends beyond the Greater Baton Rouge area, delivering health to the people of Louisiana, Mississippi and the Gulf South with a mission to serve, heal, lead, educate and innovate. This is possible only because our donors’ generosity empowers Ochsner to pursue research, education and innovations in patient care and treatment that set us apart and enables us to advance healthcare for the good of our patients, our community and beyond. As we continue to face this global crisis and fight for the health and safety of the world, the generosity and commitment to the well-being of our patients and communities by our donors is inspiring.

Looking toward a better and brighter 2021

JODY MONTELARO Vice President of Public Affairs

Like many other businesses and community members, we at Entergy Louisiana have addressed our share of challenges during 2020. We have also stood by our commitment to the Greater Baton Rouge community. Each year Entergy shareholders provide millions of dollars in philanthropic contributions to communities across the state, and 2020 was no different. We aligned with other Louisiana businesses, customers and nonprofits to lead an endeavor that ultimately helped sustain restaurants while providing consistent sources of nutrition to area hospitals. In Baton Rouge alone, this effort, which we called Fueling the Fight, assisted over 40 restaurants and provided hundreds of meals to workers in the COVID-19 units of Our Lady of the Lake Medical Center, Ochsner Medical Center, Baton Rouge General, and Woman’s Hospital. Our commitment to area nonprofits and philanthropies focusing on education, poverty solutions and economic development will remain intact as we look toward a better and brighter 2021. This commitment is deeply personal to our Entergy family because we not only serve power to this community, but we make our homes and lives here as well. We thank all of the donors, community partners, philanthropies and nonprofits that are part of the Giving Guide this year. Your efforts make our future brighter and help to power life.

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E AST BATON ROUGE PARISH LI BRARY  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS ENJOY A HOST of events throughout the year, including the Summer Reading Program for all ages, Movie Nights on the Plaza, the annual One Book One Community celebration, Mid City Micro-Con, Author Row, Author-Illustrator, the popular Baton Rouge

INFORMATION 7711 Goodwood Blvd. Baton Rouge, LA 70806 225.231.3750 ebrpl.com Year Established: 1939

SPENCER WATTS Library Director

MISSION STATEMENT EBRPL is a community service organization that connects citizens with information, resources, materials, technology and experiences in order to make a positive difference in residents’ lives.

SERVICE AREA East Baton Rouge Parish

SPECIAL ACCESS With 14 convenient locations across the parish, the East Baton Rouge Parish Library is open 24/7 online at ebrpl.com, and in the Digital Library at ebrpl. com/DigitalLibrary. Get access to computers and Wi-Fi, computer classes, online databases, books and magazines, downloads and e-media, programs, concerts, book talks and lecture series, game nights, various workshops and story times, business tools and seminars, career technology resources and much more—all free with your Library card.

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Mini Maker Faire, Pride-Chaneyville Branch Community History Festival, GIS Day, Attic Treasures, plus holiday events, including visits from the LASM Discovery Dome and so much more!

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING THE LIBRARY WORKS with many teen volunteers who are doing community service for schools or other organizations. Adults volunteer to “shelf read” and look for missing books, help with the Summer Reading Program parties, and pre-sort material to be shelved.

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 WHEN THE STAY at Home Order halted normal operations and service delivery, the already valuable free online tools and resources in the Digital Library became invaluable, as families were forced to stay safe at home. We continued to offer a few important services, including drive-through opportunities at two locations, telephone reference assistance, and outdoor access to Wi-Fi. As phased reopening progressed, we adapted in-person events to an online, virtual delivery, including the Summer Reading Program, the Mid City MicroCon, and the Baton Rouge Mini Maker Faire.

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S JASON JACOB President

MARTHA GUARISCO Treasurer

DONALD LUTHER, JR. Board Member

CANDACE TEMPLE Vice President

NICOLE ALLMONLEARSON Board Member

KATHY WASCOM Board Member

DELORES WATTS Board Member

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CONNECTING OUR COMMUNITY East Baton Rouge Parish Library doesn’t just enrich the community by fostering literacy and providing access to information, we promote cultural and social interactions that bring our entire community together.

LIBRARY COLLABORATIONS BENEFITTING BATON ROUGE: Super Tax Day | Capital Area United Way | Master Gardeners | InterCivic Council Volunteer Fair | NASA MetroMorphosis and Urban Leadership Development Initiative | DeBose Visual Arts Competition Volunteers of America Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) | ReEntry Coalition | Baton Rouge Poet Laureate GIS Day event celebrating the technology of geographic information systems | BREADA and Red Stick Farmer’s Market BR Green—May the Forest be with you | Baton Rouge Blues Foundation | Hilltop Arboretum | Refugee Day Fest Interfaith Federation of Greater Baton Rouge | Rubik’s Cube Competition | Forum 35 | BRAF | BRAC | Forward Arts Veterans Oral History Project with LSU’s T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History | Rubik’s Cube Competition | Forum 35 The Walls Project Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge | Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank | NOVAC | Boy Scouts Federation of Greater Baton Rouge Civic Associations | La Sinfonietta | Playmakers of Baton Rouge

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Here For The Community “We’ve been so blessed by this community; we try to find opportunities to give back in any way that we can.”

(225) 928-8800 MURPHYLAWFIRM.COM

— PEYTON MURPHY

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To help the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, Murphy Law Firm donated PPE, food, and hand sanitizer to those who needed it most.

67,000

face masks and face shields given out

2,176

grocery boxes handed out to essential health workers

100 bags

donated to HOPE ministries (a local food bank) to be used for groceries given out to those in need

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100 gallons of hand sanitizer distributed

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healthcare facilities (nursing homes, hospitals, etc.) received masks, hand sanitizer and face shields

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OC HSN ER HEA LT H  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS OCHSNER HOSTS FOUR signature philanthropy events and several Community Champion events throughout the year. The Red Tie Affair benefi s the John Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute; The Imagination Gala benefi s the patients and programs of Ochsner Hospital for Children; Colors of the Mind supports the Ochsner Neuroscience

INFORMATION 1514 Jefferson Hwy.

Institute; Moonlight and Miracles benefi s the Ochsner Cancer Institute. Additionally, Ochsner Health’s Community Champion program supports businesses and individuals in our community who are inspired to help advance Ochsner’s mission through digital giving and point of sale campaigns, giveback events and more!

New Orleans, LA 70121 504.842.7110

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ochsner.org Year Established: 1942

WARNER THOMAS President and CEO

MICHELLE DODENHOFF Senior VP and Chief Development Offi er

MISSION STATEMENT We serve, heal, lead, educate and innovate.

SERVICE AREA Ochsner’s footprint extends beyond the Greater Baton Rouge Area, delivering health to the people of Louisiana, Mississippi and the Gulf South with a mission to Serve, Heal, Lead, Educate and Innovate.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES

35%

Corporations & Foundations

12%

Special Events

12%

41%

Employee Giving

Individuals (Friends)

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EACH YEAR, HUNDREDS of volunteers donate thousands of hours to Ochsner patients and their families, staff and programs. From greeting visitors in the lobby, to delivering mail to patients, to entering data and answering phones, Ochsner volunteers give back in many ways, contributing their distinctive skills and strengths to help Ochsner maintain high standards of excellence in patient care. Giving opportunities include: virtual special events, silent auctions, raffl s, donations of cash and property, donating blood and organ donation. For more information, visit ochsner.org/philanthropy.

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 COVID-19 PRESENTED A series of challenges for us over the past year. We shifted the traditional fundraising approach and style to create virtual and digital experiences for donors and the community to support not only our Ochsner Heroes on the frontlines, but also our patients and families in need. Through teamwork and collaboration, we can continue to best serve our communities despite the challenges we will face.

 OCHSNER BATON ROUGE EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP ERIC MCMILLEN Chief Executive Offi er

SCOTT MABRY Chief Operating Offi er

STEPHANIE BUSHART Chief Financial Offi er

ALDO RUSSO, MD Chief Medical Offi er

DIANNE TEAL, RN Chief Nursing Offi er

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Join Ochsner in Giving Back

Giving back has never been easier. How do you want to give back to your community? Here’s how you can make a difference.

Volunteer Time

Donate Money

Volunteer your skills and time.

Make a donation or purchase a ticket to a virtual special event.

Become a Community Champion

Sign-Up

Host your own fundraising event to benefit Ochsne .

Sign-up to become an organ donor or to give blood.

For more information, visit ochsner.org/philanthropy

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Fueling the Fight Against COVID-19 At Entergy, community means everything to us. Our neighbors, our family, our home. That’s why we and our community partners have collectively donated nearly $300,000 to help provide meals for frontline hospital workers in the Baton Rouge area.

Thank you, community partners.

To date, Entergy’s shareholders have committed nearly $3 million to the

Cosponsors we’d like to thank:

COVID-19 response, including $700,000 to the corporation’s COVID-19

Blue Cross Blue Shield

Relief Fund, assisting local United Way partners and other nonprofit

LMOGA

agencies to provide aid to working families experiencing financial hardships as a result of the pandemic.

ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Area Foundation

As we continue to work together during these uncertain times, we want to say thank you to the people and organizations throughout Louisiana that continue to support our communities. We’re proud to be your neighbor. We are stronger together.

“One of the greatest examples of a community coming together

Humana The hospital COVID-19 units we fed were: Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center Ochsner Medical Center Baton Rouge General Medical Center

that I’ve been a part of.” - Jody Montelaro, Entergy

Woman’s Hospital

A message from Entergy Louisiana, LLC ©2020 Entergy Services, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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DRE A M DAY FOU NDAT ION  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS ALL OF OUR fundraisers are open to the public and boast a wide array of activities and volunteer opportunities. They include the WildGame Cookout in West Baton Rouge (February); Field of Dreams Co-ed Softball Tournament in Baton Rouge (August/

September); the Southern Independent Riders Poker Run in West Baton Rouge (September); Gulf Coast Police Motorcycle Skills Championship (October/November); and the annual Fishin’ Galore, hosted for St. Jude patients and families the fi st Saturday in May.

INFORMATION 11919 Bricksome Ave., Suite E8 Baton Rouge, LA 70816 225.754.5700 dreamdayfoundation.org YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1994

TIFFANY MANSUR

MARTY ENGQUIST

Executive Director

Board President

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 CHILDHOOD CANCER PATIENTS and survivors are an especially vulnerable population for COVID-19, so Fishin’ Galore was hosted as a live-stream virtual event this year with videos and messages from multi-year volunteers. To prepare, we mailed our patient population an exclusive event T-shirt, collectible medal and box of supplies

for them and their siblings to participate in the fun. We’ve learned that our Dream Day Family is strong and many of our patient families attend Fishin’ Galore to rejuvenate their mental and emotional well-being for another year of fig ting, recovering and supporting one another.

MISSION STATEMENT To support the lifesaving efforts of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital through fundraising, advocacy and special events in order to enhance the quality of life for patients and their families.

SERVICE AREA All patients and families of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and its affilia e clinics.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 11%

Individual Donations

1%

Merchandise

46%

Special Events

18

20%

Workplace Giving

22%

Program Revenue

 VOLUNTE E R ING/ GI VING FOR DETAILS ABOUT individual volunteering or group volunteering (employer-led, sports teams, school clubs, youth groups, etc.) send an email to info@dreamdayfoundation. org. Be a part of something bigger by supporting our mission through event/program sponsorships, in-kind donations, online giving, workplace giving, and planned giving through wills/trusts/estate planning.

 BOARD OF DI RECTORS MARTY ENGQUIST President

CARL DABADIE Member

MARY HARRISON Vice President

TODD WEISHAR Member

JERRY EDWARDS Secretary

DON COPPOLA Member

RYAN ENGQUIST Treasurer

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WHAT WE DO: • Deliver new adventures to St. Jude patients and families directly • Promote HOPE to families by providing a space to share with others in the patient family community • Support nine St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway Campaigns throughout the gulf coast region turning your donation to our foundation into more than $7 million of funding for St. Jude every year.

“My favorite thing (about Fishin’ Galore) would have to be seeing the smiles on the patient’s faces and watching them interact with each other, because there is no other function that they can do together and relate with each other. The color t-shirts tells them that they each have something in common.”

—Jouana, mother of St. Jude patient survivor

$0

How much St. Jude charges families for treatment, travel, housing and food

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St. Jude has 8 affi ate clinics – 2 are in Louisiana

WHY YOUR SUPPORT MATTERS: • More than 10,000 children under the age of 15 will be diagnosed with cancer this year • It costs St. Jude $1 billion to operate for one year • Childhood cancer doesn’t stop and neither do we

“Dream Day Foundation allows us to live today so we can fight omorrow.”

—Melvin, father of former St. Jude patient

“When we go to Fishin’ Galore and all the events Dream Day has and to be a part of that Dream Day Family, it reminds us to have life. We have hope at St. Jude and we also need to have life.”

“Our children are our treasures and I thank God that there are people like Dream Day that support a place like St. Jude that give those treasures a chance to grow and become what it is they want to become.”

—Patsy, mother of St. Jude patient survivor

80%

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has discovered treatments to increase overall childhood cancer survival rates from 20% in 1962 to 80% today

—Jeff eDuff, former Chief of Police

8,500

St. Jude treats about 8,500 patients a year

900

There are more than 900 active Louisiana patients

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THE HOSPICE OF BATON ROUGE  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS PALLIATIVE CARE OF BR: Home support service provided by medical professionals who specialize in serious illnesses. The care is designed to help with complex healthcare decisions, as well as stress and symptom management that accompany many serious illnesses. PET PEACE OF MIND: A program to help with the cost associated with pet care, and to help relieve stress associated with providing daily pet care needs during the patient’s endof-life journey.

INFORMATION

TREES OF LIGHT GALA: Annual fundraiser to raise funds for patient care. MEMORIAL LIGHTS: Lights can be purchased in memory or honor of someone. CAMP CONQUER: A bereavement camp for kids that teaches them how to identify, express, and conquer their emotions through activities that take them through the fi e stages of grief.

3600 Florida Blvd. Baton Rouge, LA 70806 225.767.4673 hospicebr.org YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1984

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING CATHERINE M. SCHENDEL CEO

MISSION STATEMENT To provide end of life care and support in a home or homelike setting to patients and their families.

SERVICE AREA 13 parishes in the Baton Rouge area.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 4.5%

Memorial donations

6%

DURING THE MOST diffi ult days of the pandemic, we continued to fulfill our mission by caring for patients with COVID-19 in our Butterfly ing. While patients were separated from their loved ones, we were able to safely give them the opportunity to be with one another in their final d ys. We know that having those precious moments is something the families will cherish for the rest of their lives.

1%

Contributions

Commercial Insurance

.5%

Medicaid

88%

Medicare

20

WE OFFER SEVERAL giving opportunities, including: • Planned giving ensures that The Hospice of Baton Rouge will have the necessary resources to grow and provide needed programs and services in the future with bequests through wills or trusts, gifts of stock, bonds, or mutual funds, life insurance, IRAs or other retirement plan benefi s, charitable gift annuities or other life-income gifts. • Sponsorships such as the annual Trees of Light fundraiser. • Volunteering for direct patient care, Pet Peace of Mind, or Camp Conquer. For details, visit hospicebr.org.

 CHALLENGES I N 2020

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S RICHARD WILLIAMS President President/CEO, Essential Federal Credit Union RENEE B. MYER Vice President Director of Advocacy and Outreach, LSU College of Human Sciences and Education

DANIEL L. BELANGER Secretary/Treasurer Director of Arts-inEducation, Louisiana Division of the Arts JUDY E. DAY Immediate Past President Lobbyist/Consultant, Woman’s Hospital/ Woman’s Health Foundation

ANDREW “DREW” BLANCHFIELD

STEPHEN MUMFORD VERA L. OLDS

FRANCES M. BUSSIE FR. RALPH HOWE, JR.

(EMERITUS) DONALD T.W. PHELPS

GARY MCCONNELL

WARREN GOTTSEGEN, MD

GERALD MILETELLO, MD

BRUCE D. MACMORRAN

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MC MA INS CH ILDREN’S DEVELOPMEN TA L C E N T E R  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS

INFORMATION

SINCE 1954, McMains Children’s Developmental Center has served children with disabilities and developmental delays by providing the tools they need to reach their highest level of independence. We work toward this goal by providing speech, occupational, physical, and educational therapeutic interventions, as well as social work and case management, a pro bono

orthopedic clinic with local physicians, psychological services, assistive technology therapy, and family programs to all children. Our fundraisers include: Capable Kids Campaign – ongoing at mcmainscdc.org/give; Sips & Suds – March 25, 2021 at Live Oak Arabians; and No Such Thing as Impossible® Bike Ride – May 16, 2021.

1805 College Dr. Baton Rouge, LA 70808 225.923.3420 Mcmainscdc.org YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1954

 VOLUNTE E R ING/ GI VING WE OFFER MANY volunteer opportunities, including: Corporate Days of Caring, Sips & Suds, No Such Thing as Impossible Bike Ride, Annual Canoe Trip, Capable Arts Camp, Gardening at the Center, Capable Kids Campaign, Developing Dreams Society, Event Sponsorship, and In-Kind Sponsorship.

ANNE HINDRICHS

LINDA SPAIN

Executive Director

Board President

  CHALLENGES I N 2020 COVID-19 DEFINITELY PRESENTED its share of challenges, including the temporary shutdown of the Center. However, we were able to use innovative solutions to meet the needs of our families, including implementing telehealth and increasing our digital presence. It has also been gratifying to witness the generosity of our community through the year.

MISSION STATEMENT To advance the quality of life for children and their families by providing physical, developmental, academic, and communication services.

SERVICE AREA East Baton Rouge and 13 surrounding parishes.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 6.1%

In-Kind and Other

12.8%

Grants and United Way

34.4%

Fundraising

22

3.4%

Grants and Foundations

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S BRADLEY T. LOWE Vice President, APTIM Corporation

SEBASTIAN ALVAREZ Alvarez Construction Company, Inc.

EMILY RODRIGUEZ Secretary, Emergent Method

SHAUNE BERTHELOT Community Volunteer

MICHAEL MCNULTY Treasurer, Orion Instruments

43.3%

Therapy Services

KAREN KENNEDY GWS Engineering, Inc.

MIKE SORRELLS GMFS, LLC

EMILY MAYO Community Volunteer

TROY VILLA Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, LLP

CINDY BISHOP Checkmate Strategies

JAY MCMAINS Kleinpeter & Schwartzberg

JENNY HEBERT Albemarle Corporation

JACKI SMITH The Lambert Firm, PLC

KAREN YOUNG Louisiana Department of Natural Resources (Retired)

ANGIE ADOLPH Kean Miller LLP

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Client showing off her work uniform after completing training and getting a job.

For Immediate Needs

For Companies

For Individuals

HOPE’s Client Choice Food Pantry serves 1,000 families representing 3,750 individuals each year with dignity. This supplemental food service allows families in our community to use more of their income for other basic necessities such as housing, utilities and medication.

HOPE’s workforce development division, The Way To Work Sustainable Workforce SOLUTIONS©, helps companies build a sustainability plan setting them and their employees up for long-term success. We help companies lower turnover and keep good people.

Through targeted assessments, training, and one-on-one financial, career, and success coaching, The Way To Work helps individuals get and keep sustainable employment, the first step toward self-sufficiency and a new trajectory for future generations.

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225.355.0702

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Funding Sources

HOPE’s revenue is diverse and its board of directors are very involved in the process. In the 2019-20 fiscal year, HOPE enjoyed a successful annual fundraising campaign, expanding its donor base. Additionally, revenue from The Way To Work earned income venture (social enterprise) increased as more companies found the value of developing essential employees who have limited resources.

Due to the COVID 19 crises, fundraising events are on hold. As the world pivots, HOPE is in the midst of a sponsorship campaign to convert its highly effective workforce development curriculum into a virtual format. The video series provides HOPE’s clients additional tools to move toward self-sufficiency when face-to-face instruction is limited. Individuals and companies are invited to sponsor “Producing a Better Tomorrow.” For more information, contact Cheryl Lott at clott@hopebr.org.

Volunteering/Giving

Volunteers are essential to the success of our programs. Opportunities include unloading food trucks, assisting clients through the food pantry, data entry and file management, and helping with holiday events. Individuals and corporations may give through sponsorships, direct or online donations, legacy gifts, and in-kind donations.

Board of Directors

Chris Dykes VICE-CHAIR Founder, CEO, Clear Blue Design, LLC. Christine Keenan SECRETARY Partner, The Kullman Firm Steven L. Windham TREASURER Partner, VR Baton Rouge

Janet Simmons President & CEO

Kimberly Plant CHAIRMAN Account Consultant, CUNA Mutual Group

Trey Williams AT-LARGE Managing Partner JRE Private Equity Group

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Bob Barton PAST-CHAIR Managing Partner, Taylor, Porter, Brooks & Phillips, LLP Cheryl Kirchoff EMERITUS Owner, Superior Grill

Shannon Kirkpatrick Tax Managing Director Development & Exempt Organizations, KPMG, LLP

David Beach President, CEO, Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation

Stewart Spielman Partner Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP Rev. Jan Holloway Curwick EX-OFFICIO The Louisiana Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, Baton Rouge District Superintendent

Michelle Carriere Retired, Capital One Mark Ellis Pastor, United Christian Faith Ministries

Stephanie Riegel Editor, Baton Rouge Business Report

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SOC IETY OF ST. VI NCENT DE PAU L  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS WE HAVE A rich history of service to the needy of our community. Since 1865, we have achieved our mission through personto-person contact, mass feeding, sheltering, prescription medicine services, and other programs, encompassing every form of aid that alleviates suffering and promotes dignity

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING

INFORMATION 220 St. Vincent de Paul Place Baton Rouge, LA 70802 225.383.7837 Svdpbr.org Year Established: 1865

SISTER JOAN LAPLACE

MICHAEL ACALDO President and CEO

Board Chair

MISSION STATEMENT A network of friends, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness and building a more just world through personal relationships and service to people in need.

SERVICE AREA East and West Baton Rouge, East and West Feliciana, Pointe Coupee, Iberville, St. Helena, Tangipahoa, Ascension, Assumption, St. James, and Livingston parishes.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 64%

Private Individuals

2%

and integrity. Our top programs include: the St. Vincent de Paul Dining Room (250,000 meals annually); the Bishop Ott Shelter Program (30,000 guest nights every year for homeless men, women, children and families); and our Community Pharmacy (providing over $1 million a year in prescription medicine).

United Way

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS to serve meals, provide shelter services and assist in filling p escriptions. Learn more about volunteer opportunities at svdpbr.org. At St. Vincent de Paul, $1 will provide a hot meal; $10 will provide a night of shelter for a homeless family; and $28 will fill a li e-sustaining prescription. We also accept donations of cars, clothing, food, furniture and gold.

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC seems like a bad dream, but it’s all too real and impacts every one of us. For the poor and homeless, their worst fears have been realized. The safety and security they want for themselves, and especially their children, has disappeared. They are facing a terrifying enemy—homelessness during a pandemic. We are working hard to keep hope alive for the most vulnerable of our community. We serve hot meals every day of the year, provide shelter to homeless men, women, children and families, and fill li e-sustaining prescriptions. 

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S SISTER JOAN LAPLACE Board Chair ANNA KATHRYNE KRONENBERGER Vice-Chair REGINALD BROWN Board Secretary ANDY ADLER Treasurer 

3%

Other

KIM BOUDREAUX

CARY KEARNY

SISSY STEPHENS

JAY CAMPBELL

MIKE NOLA

MICHAEL J. ACALDO President & CEO

SONNY CHASTAIN

MICHAEL OLINDE

VIRGINIA BERRY GREEN

KERMIT PATTY

TONY GUAGLIARDO

JEFF SAY

KIM HARDMAN

GERALD SONGY

12%

Federal Grants

26

3%

Foundation Grants

16%

Thrift Store Sales & Cars

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“Not giving a hand-out, but giving a

hand-up

of compassion & hope”

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uring the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are working hard to shelter homeless individuals and families. When you see someone on a street corner with a sign that says, “Homeless - Need Help,” your first instinct may be to hand them a cash donation, but we do not recommend that approach. Many people are homeless because they have lost a job, become disabled, and have no family or friends to turn to, but some are homeless because of mental illness or problems with addiction. What they all need is a safe place to stay, people who care, and a chance to get back on their feet. That’s the purpose of the St. Vincent de Paul “Hope Card” to tell those who are in a situation of homelessness about the services we provide. Feel free to cut out our Hope Card above or visit https://svdpbr.org/hope-card to print and keep in your pocket or car. Rather than providing cash, our Hope Card can provide linkages to services to help someone overcome homelessness.

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GRE ATER BATON ROUGE FO OD BANK  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS WE HOST FUNDRAISERS and sponsor food drive events that benefit the ood Bank. We are always expanding beyond traditional fundraising, such as our Slice of Life Golf

Classic and Empty Bowls event. These innovative and creative fundraisers allow us to raise funds and collect food … because Together, We’re Fighting Hunger.

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING INFORMATION

THE FOOD BANK simply could not operate without support from our dedicated volunteers. Last year, nearly 10,000 volunteers donated more than 36,000 hours in service. From sorting donated food to be categorized and boxed for distribution to agencies, to helping us with warehouse cleaning, organizing supplies, packing bags for critical outreach programs, or helping in the Vince Ferachi Community Garden—volunteers are always needed.

10600 S. Choctaw Dr. Baton Rouge, LA 70815 225.359.9940 Brfoodbank.org Year Established: 1985

MIKE MANINING

JUDE GUERIN

President & CEO

Board Chair

MISSION STATEMENT To feed the hungry in Baton Rouge and the surrounding parishes by providing food and educational outreach through faith-based and other community partners.

SERVICE AREA Ascension, Assumption, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Pointe Coupee, St. Helena, St. James, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana parishes.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 2%

Special Events

2%

United Way

6%

13% Other

60%

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LOUISIANA HAS THE highest food insecurity rate for children in the country and is ranked in the top three states with food insecure seniors. In our service area, 1 in 7 of the population are food insecure, which means they do not know where their next meal will come from. This statistic is from before the pandemic, and will likely increase. Our goal is to reduce the number of food insecure individuals in our community by collecting, purchasing and distributing food through our 100-plus agencies, which directly feed those facing hunger.

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S

Grants

Contributions

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020

17%

Reimbursements

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE JUDE GUERIN Chairman  Apple Guerin Company PETER GUARISCO  Vice Chair  Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System

DANE BABIN Secretary Investar Bank JANET FEIG  Treasurer  Bancorp South  PATRICK HENRY  Member at Large The Henry Firm, LLC

CHIP COULTER Member at Large Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services

For a full list of board members, visit the website at brfoodbank.org

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HELPING THOSE IN NEED JUST FEELS GOOD. GIVE. DONATE. VOLUNTEER. GET INVOLVED TODAY AND MAKE A DIRECT IMPACT IN THE LIVES OF OTHERS. According to a recent study from Feeding America, Louisiana leads the country with 24.6% of children who are food insecure. In the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank’s 11-parish service area, the study indicates 1 in 5 children are food insecure. Many of these food insecure children live in a household that does not qualify for most federal nutrition programs. Your Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank is committed to the mission of feeding the hungry by providing food and educational outreach through faith-based and other community partners. Food insecure households may not always be food insecure, but it may reflect a household’s need to decide between basic needs - such as housing, paying bills and purchasing nutritionally adequate foods. You can make a difference in their lives by simply giving food, donating funds or volunteering your time in service to others. Join us soon to learn more - Together We’re Fighting Hunger.

DONATE AT BRFOODBANK.ORG OR CALL (225) 359-9940 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

DID YOU

Together We’re Fighting Hunger

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JUST $1 CAN HELP PROVIDE FOOD EQUIVALENT TO 3 MEALS.

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C ITY YEA R BATON ROUGE  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS CITY YEAR BATON Rouge delivers its Whole School Whole Child program to six local public schools. We work closely with principals and teachers to bring the following intervention supports and activities: • Research-based interventions to help students achieve proficien y in math and literacy. • Attendance coaching to troubleshoot problems

and support goals for students with low attendance. • Behavior coaching that develops leadership and social-emotional competencies. • Positive social enrichment activities for students and parents to connect with the school. • After-school programming and tutoring for academic success.

INFORMATION

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING

111 N. 3rd Street Baton Rouge, LA 70801

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE participation in community service days (when in-person options are available) that occur in January and September; speaking engagements before the AmeriCorps members; and training presentations for staff and/or AmeriCorps members. There are ongoing opportunities to give. Our donation page remains active year-round. We also host several giving campaigns, both online and via in-person events such as our annual gala, happy hour events, and more.

225.663.4220 Cityyear.org Year Established: 2006

JADA LEWIS

LAURA POCHÉ

VP and Executive Director

Board Chair

MISSION STATEMENT To build democracy through citizen service, civic leadership and social entrepreneurship.

SERVICE AREA Baton Rouge

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 COVID-19 CAUSED SPRING school closures, yet we swiftly adapted our program for distance learning support in our East Baton Rouge partner schools. Our strong school partnerships made this transition nearly seamless, and our well-established student relationships helped us to effectively lead virtual activities with partner teachers. We are well-positioned to navigate and learn from COVID-19 remote challenges to establish new environments and procedures with our partners to ensure that students and schools succeed.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S

1%

Revenue 8% Allocations from City Board Reserved Funding Year, Inc.

23%

1%

Contributions & Donations

State/Local Government Grants

12%

21%

Private Grants & Foundations

School District Contracts

34%

Federal Government Grants

30

LAURA C. POCHÉ Board Chair Board Certified Estate Planning and Administration Attorney, Managing Member, Laura C. Poché Estate Planning Law, LLC DENNIS BLUNT Partner, Phelps Dunbar, LLP MISSY EPPERSON Regional Wealth Executive, Regions Bank GWEN HAMILTON  Owner, GPH Consulting, LLC

PHILLIP R. MAY President and CEO, Entergy Louisiana, LLC MATTHEW RACHLEFF CEO, Naveon THEO RICHARDS Business Development Manager, Capital Area Transit System SEAN REILLY Chief Executive Offi er, Lamar Advertising Company 

DIONNE M. ROUSSEAU Partner, Jones Walker, LLP ROBERT SCHNECKENBURGER Senior Regional President, Hancock Whitney Bank THOMAS F. TEEPELL Chief Marketing Offi er, Lamar Advertising Company 

ERIN MONROE WESLEY Vice President of Government and Public Affairs, Cox Communications MARCUS WILLIAMS Program Director, CSRS Inc.

TINICIA C. TURNER Director, Career and Leadership Initiatives, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University 

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Wherever Baton Rouge’s students are, we’re ready to serve. 60 AMERICORPS MEMBERS

6 SCHOOLS

2,500 STUDENTS

cityyear.org/batonrouge

OVER 100,000 HOURS SERVED

893 ALUMNI

@CityYearBR

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JUNIOR LEAGUE OF BATON ROUGE  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS WE HOST SEVERAL major fundraisers each year, including Hollydays, a popular shopping market held each October that is themed “Shopping for a Cause.” We also created the original River Road Recipes cookbook, the number-one bestselling community cookbook series in the country with nearly 2 million copies in print.

TOUCH A TRUCK is an interactive event that allows children to explore their favorite big trucks and heavy equipment, and meet the individuals who protect, serve and build Baton Rouge. We will host our second Women’s Leadership Conference in the spring with training opportunities for personal, professional and civic growth.

INFORMATION 9523 Fenway Ave. Baton Rouge, LA 70809 225.924.0298 juniorleaguebr.org Year Established: 1932

NORISHA KIRTS GLOVER

TRISTI CHARPENTIER

President

President-Elect

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING MEMBERSHIP VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES include direct service through community projects, and members take on committee and leadership roles so that they are trained as successful volunteers. Whether you are an individual donor who wants to make a difference, or an organization that would like to become a Community Partner, you can find a ay to support our vision and mission. All gifts are tax-deductible and are used to advance our mission.

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 MISSION STATEMENT To promote volunteerism, develop the potential of women, and improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

SERVICE AREA Greater Baton Rouge area.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 10.75%

Contributions/ Donations

32.26%

Membership Dues and Fees

WE SHIFTED OUR projects to ways that allowed us to still serve our community. Projects with direct service shifted to virtual tasks such as reading books over video and creating recipes to share on social media. Membership gatherings shifted to virtual events, including socials to keep members engaged. Our fundraisers, including Touch A Truck, Women’s Leadership Conference and Hollydays, shifted to include virtual components. The safety of our members and our community continues to be a priority. We know there’s always a way to serve our community.

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S

56.99%

Special Events/ Fundraisers

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NORISHA KIRTS GLOVER President

JESSICA O’CONNOR Director at Large

TRISTI CHARPENTIER President-Elect

SARAH SCHNAUDER Director at Large

RENEE TRIMBLE Chief Financial Offi er

ADRIAN OWEN JONES Long Range Planning Chairman

MIMI SINGER LEE Nominating Committee Chairman

KRISTI RICHARD Strategic Initiatives Director

SOPHIA RILEY Policy Governance

YOLANDA DIXON Sustaining Advisor to the Board

NESHANA BILBREW Recording Secretary

ELIZABETH CENTANNI Chief of Staff

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Junior League of Baton Rouge More than 100 active League members serving on boards & in volunteer leadership applying hours of personal and professional training for the continued improvement of the multi-parish region, as our members proudly lead and serve in countless nonprofits in our community.

Millions invested in community resources Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital, The Emerge Center, Woman’s Hospital Embracing Estuary exhibit, and Knock Knock Children’s Museum.

Dedicated teams of trained volunteers ready to respond to and reach out to our local community by providing trained volunteers to assist non-profit organizations with their special events.

Community micro-grants provided annually assisting non-profit agencies with a 501(c)(3) designation in the Baton Rouge area with specific, short-term monetary needs through the League's Community Assistance Fund.

Direct service partnerships  aimed at improving access & education in the areas of nutrition & overall health collaborating with the East Baton Rouge Parish School System, Family Road of Greater Baton Rouge, Nurse-Family Partnership, and Hope Ministries, just to name a few.

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THE BATON ROUGE EPICU REAN S O CIE T Y  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISING EVE NTS FUNDRAISING EVENTS INCLUDE Crawfete (March 7, 2021), Fete du Vin (TBA 2021), The Grace “Mama” Marino Award Dinner (June 10, 2021), Fete Rouge Tasting and Competition (August 27, 2021), and Fete Dine (TBA 2021).

INFORMATION

 VOLU NTEERI NG / GI VI NG THE BATON ROUGE Epicurean Society relies on our board and volunteers to assist with and market our events. Sponsorships are available for Crawfete, Fete du Vin, The Grace “Mama” Award Dinner, and the Fete Rouge Tasting and Competition.

P.O. Box 14178 Baton Rouge, LA 70898 225.572.0802 Bresbr.org YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2007

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020

JIM URDIALES

JEREMY LANGLOIS

President

President Elect

MISSION STATEMENT

ALONG WITH OTHER charities, the COVID-19 pandemic caused us to cancel all of our events. However, this allowed us to create a new series of small intimate dinners we call Fete Dine! We are grateful to our sponsors who continue to support us: The Louisiana Seafood Board, Keogh Cox, Sysco, Auto

Chlor, 225 Magazine and inRegister, The Louisiana Lottery, The Advocate, The Celtic Group, August Events, The Newton Thomas Foundation, City Group Hospitality, Visit Baton Rouge, Associated Grocers, IberiaBank, Hailey Insurance, Community Coffee, Wampold Companies, The Hightower Family, LUBA, City of Baton Rouge, DSB LLP, BCBS of LA.

To enrich the culinary culture for the Capital Area community while raising funds for childhood nutrition initiatives, educational programs and scholarships.

SERVICE AREA The Capital Region.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 35%

Sponsorships and Donor Gifts

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S BRIAN DYKES Past President Bin 77 Bistro & Sidebar and Solera JEFF MEYERS Treasurer Sysco

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STEPHEN HIGHTOWER Secretary City Group Hospitality

JOHN WOLFF Keogh Cox

CHEF DON BERGERON Bergeron’s City Market

GINO MARINO Gino’s Restaurant

KELLY FIRESHEETS Heatland

LISA BOUDREAUX LECOQ The Gilded Artichoke Catering Co.

MICKEY FREIBERG a La Carte Foods

DORI MURVIN Juban’s Creole Restaurant

BRUCE ATTINGER Walk-On’s Bistreaux and Bar

BILLY BERGER B&B Stafftenders and B&B Event Rentals MEGHANN YOUNG Rouj Creole ANGELA LOWTHER Republic National Distributing Company JIM ALBERT Wines Unlimited

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Stay Tuned for 2021 Events The Grace “Mama” Marino Award Dinner, June 10th Crawfete, March 7th Fete Rouge Tasting & Competition, August 27th Fete du Vin, TBA Fete Dine, TBA

SEE EVENT DETAILS AND WAYS TO GET INVOLVED AT WWW.BRESBR.ORG

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10 YEARS

of building a community of creative, confident, and socially engaged students through music education.

Since 2010, we have SERVED 5,431 STUDENTS

PROVIDED 30,017 HOURS OF MUSIC LESSONS

OFFERED 211 PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITIES

OUR AFTERSCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAM MAKES AN IMPACT ON STUDENTS’ LIVES: Our students have scored 10-15% higher than non-KO students in several subject areas, including math, language arts, and reading. (Source: Brunkan, M. 2017, 2019. Perceptions of participating in Kids’ Orchestra of Baton Rouge.)

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Kids’ Orchestra is supported by the community. It is thanks to supporters just like you that we have been able to serve Kindergarten through 5th grade students across East Baton Rouge Parish for 10 years. Students, like brothers, Miguel and Eduardo G., have directly benefited from supporters like you. Both Miguel and Eduardo are now alumni but started young with Kids’ Orchestra. Together, the brothers spent 7 years making music thanks to our supporters. With Kids’ Orchestra, Miguel and Eduardo had the opportunity to learn different instruments. Eduardo fell for the flute, and still plays today in his high school band. Miguel went for the strings, learning to play both the violin and cello. As a new middle schooler this year, he is excited to join his school’s orchestra playing the violin. Without the support of our donors, Miguel and Eduardo would not have had the chance to join a community of students making music, studying an instrument, and practicing the art of performance.

Help us continue building community through music! DONATE TODAY: www.KidsOrchestra.org/Donate

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L SU FOUN DATION  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISING EVE NTS LSU GIVING DAY 2021 will be held online at geauxgive.lsu.edu on Wednesday, March 10, 2021. Thankful Tiger Day is held each year in the fall.

INFORMATION 3796 Nicholson Dr.

 VOLU NTEERI NG /GI VI NG LSU SUPPORTERS ARE ENCOURAGED to consider gifts that meet LSU’s top academic fundraising priorities: scholarships that offer fl xible use for recruiting students and, secondarily, for retaining students; capital projects focused on creating modern spaces that can accommodate campus growth; and excellence funds that our deans and other campus leaders can use to meet immediate and emerging opportunities.

Baton Rouge, LA 70802 225.578.3811

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020

lsufoundation.org YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1960

ROBERT M STUART, JR.

KRISTA ALLEN RANEY

President & CEO

Vice President for Development

THIS YEAR, WE evolved quickly to keep pace with LSU’s extraordinary success in recruiting, retaining, and graduating students. We re-envisioned our operations to drive immediate-impact dollars with a focus on scholarships, capital projects, and excellence funds. We managed this strategy pivot amidst unanticipated budget pressures by building a leaner operational structure that our refocused budget can support. Throughout this year, we have been reminded that amid times of hard decisions, our most important responsibility is being good stewards of every dollar given in support of LSU.

MISSION STATEMENT The LSU Foundation cultivates and invests in philanthropic partnerships to advance LSU’s academic priorities.

SERVICE AREA LSU’s flagship ampus in Baton Rouge and the LSU AgCenter.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES

2%

Member Contributions

1%

7%

Development Support Fee

17%

Nicholson Gateway

LSU REFF Projects

46%

Endowment Management Fee

38

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S

27%

Development Services Agreement

CLARENCE P. CAZALOT, JR. Chairperson of the Board & Director

LAURA L. DAUZAT Corporate Secretary

FRANK W. “BILLY” HARRISON III Chairperson-Elect of the Board & Director

ROBERT M. STUART, JR. Past Chairperson of the Board

D. MARTIN PHILLIPS Corporate Treasurer & Director

The full Board is listed online at lsufoundation.org/board.

ROBERT DAMPF LSU Board of Supervisors Representative

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DELIVERS RESULTS. For the third-straight year, LSU broke the record for the largest and most diverse freshman class in university history – and overall enrollment is at an all-time high. LSU also continues to retain and graduate students at record rates. The $1.5 billion Fierce for the Future Campaign unites us in bringing our all for the future of these outstanding Tigers.

WE’RE SHOWING THE WORLD THAT LSU IS A CHAMPION IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD. fierceforthefuturecampaign.org

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GIRL SCOUTS LOU ISI ANA EAST  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS EACH YEAR, MORE than 10,000 girls in southeast Louisiana participate in programming that offers them the chance to practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success. GSLE provides enriching opportunities for girls—no matter their income—to learn about STEM, the outdoors, life skills, and entrepreneurship.

GSLE TRADITIONALLY HOSTS two major fundraising events annually­, the Juliette Gordon Low Leadership Luncheon and the Women of Distinction event. This year, GSLE combined the two into one virtual event, Power Our Promise, to recognize all the outstanding honorees from both events.

INFORMATION (Corporate headquarters) 841 S. Clearview Pkwy.

 VOLUNTE E R ING/ GI VING

New Orleans, LA 70121 1.800.644.7571 gsle.org YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1912

GIRLS NEED POSITIVE role models to help them grow and lead. For volunteer opportunities, visit gsle. org/volunteer for more details. Also, our council relies on gifts of all amounts and types, including annual gifts, restricted gifts to particular programs or camp properties, planned gifts, and event support. To learn more, contact Madeleine Smith, CFRE, Chief Development Offi er, at msmith@gsle.org.

REBECCA PENNINGTON, PHD, CFRE Chief Executive Offi er

MISSION STATEMENT Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confiden e and character, who make the world a better place.

SERVICE AREA 23 parishes in southeast Louisiana.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES

6%

Program Fees

7%

Other (miscellaneous & site income)

5%

Contributions

4%

Uniform & Insignia Sales

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 IN RESPONSE TO the COVID-19 pandemic, GSLE’s staff, volunteers, and girls went straight to work sewing masks, collecting canned goods for food banks, and donating cookies to healthcare workers. The staff developed an at-home learning solution hosting live fun patch events on Facebook, and later released Girl Scouts at Home, allowing girls to earn badges and gain important life skills from virtually anywhere.

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S 78%

Cookie & Product Programs

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CHIMENE GRANT-SALOY 2nd Vice Chair

DAWN PALERMO, MPA Treasurer

BRETT BONIN 1st Vice Chair

NICOLE LEARSON, MBA, PRP Secretary

REBECCA PENNINGTON, PHD, CFRE CEO, Ex-offici

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LOUISIANA BUSINESS INC.

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SKILLS TODAY.

SUCCESS TOMORROW. Make new friends? Discover new passions? It might look a little different this year, but rest assured she will do all that and more at Girl Scouts! Whether she’s exploring nature and the outdoors, expressing herself through art or music, designing robots or board games, or helping her community through service projects, she’ll have a blast as she earns badges in just about anything that piques her interest. Get ready, because she’s going to make the world a better place—today and for the next generation!

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M ARY BIR D PER K I NS CANCER CENT E R  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS

INFORMATION 4950 Essen Lane Baton Rouge, LA 70809 225.767.0847

MARY BIRD PERKINS offers the most advanced technology and services, including radiation and medical oncology, and surgery provided by a dedicated team of nationally recognized cancer experts. With our hospital partners, we provide best-practice, comprehensive care at every stage of the cancer journey, including a multidisciplinary team approach, a robust clinical research program, a free screening program, and extensive supportive services.

marybird.org YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1971

TOP FUNDRAISING EVENTS include The Gala and the Hillar C. Moore, Jr. Golf Classic.

 VOLUNTE E R ING/ GI VING

TODD D. STEVENS

DANIELLE MACK

President & CEO

Vice President & CDO

MISSION STATEMENT To improve survivorship and lessen the burden of cancer through expert treatment, compassionate care, early detection, research and education.

SINCE THE CANCER CENTER’S inception nearly 50 years ago, generous community volunteers and supporters have been the cornerstone of our advancement. These contributions allow our sole focus to remain on meeting the unique needs of every patient. You can play a key role in propelling cancer care forward by participating in giving programs, signing up for a committee, or providing a personal touch by volunteering at one of our locations.

 C HALLENGES I N 2020 AT THE CANCER CENTER, our team adapted to new approaches and rose to new levels of resilience as a result of COVID-19, quickly adjusting on a daily basis to ensure everyone’s safety. We learned from hospital partners and others, created practices in-house, and shared with colleagues around the country. It made us even more agile, offering more solutions such as telemedicine and innovating practices to sanitize and prolong the life of PPE supplies. When faced with COVID-19, we realized the need for greater resources and launched the One Community, One Goal fundraising initiative to support cancer patients and frontline healthcare workers.

SERVICE AREA Mary Bird Perkins serves cancer patients and their families throughout southeast Louisiana and southwest Mississippi.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 10%

Clinical Research

 E X ECUTI VE COMMITTE E

42% Grants

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48%

Community Philanthropy

ART FAVRE Chairman, Performance Contractors

VANESSA GRAHAM Secretary/Treasurer, VGraham, LLC

THOMAS J. ADAMEK Vice Chairman, Stonehenge Capital Company

ROSE HUDSON Foundation Chair, Louisiana Lottery Corporation

MATTHEW L. MULLINS Alexander Sides, LLC BILL O’QUIN Immediate Past Chair, Financial Services Online

DR. CYNTHIA B. PETERSON, PH.D. Louisiana State University H.N. “HANK” SAURAGE IV Saurage Rotenberg Commercial Real Estate

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YOUR SUPPORT IN HELPING PATIENTS TRIUMPH OVER CANCER IS NEEDED NOW MORE THAN EVER.

COVID-19 brought many challenges to the Cancer Center, but we have emerged as a stronger, more agile organization, continuing to care for patients. However, since many screening programs across the country—including our own—were paused for a time, and some individuals are still apprehensive about visiting medical facilities, we believe we will diagnosis more late stage cancers in the near future. You can help propel cancer care forward for today and tomorrow by making a gift that will impact patients locally whenever the need arises. We thank you for your continued support!

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THE A RTS COUNCI L OF GREAT ER BATON ROUGE  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS OUR PROGRAMS INCLUDE Sunday in the Park annual concert series, River City Jazz Masters annual concert series, Listening Room concerts, Louisiana Arts Summit, exhibits at the Firehouse Gallery, monthly

Baton Rouge Arts Market, annual Art Flow competition, Artsplosion!, summer camps, Ebb & Flow Festival, Festival of Lights, Art Routes, and virtual TGIF music concerts.

INFORMATION 427 Laurel St. Baton Rouge, LA 70802 artsbr.org YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1973

RENEE CHATELAIN President & CEO

MISSION STATEMENT To foster the creative capacity and vibrancy of the Capital Region through advocacy, resources and education.

SERVICE AREA 11-parish region that includes Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Pointe Coupee, St. Helena, Tangipahoa, Washington, West Feliciana, and West Baton Rouge.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES

 VOLUNTE E R ING/ GI VING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Ebb & Flow Festival, Art Flow, Arts Council internships. GIVING OPPORTUNITIES: Annual memberships, donations, Capital Campaign. Membership: Join the Arts Council as an individual artist member or arts organization. Annual memberships make an impact in our community and provide access to resources ranging from promotional opportunities to discounted rental of Arts Council venues.

 2020 CAPI TAL CAMPAIGN THIS FALL, the Arts Council launched the public phase of a Capital Campaign to renovate and repurpose the building at 233 St. Ferdinand St. into the Cary Saurage Community Arts Center. The center will open in summer 2021 and will feature a Black Box studio, artist workspace, pottery kilns, a sound studio, the Shell Gallery, offi es of the Arts Council, and more. To give toward this visionary campaign, visit artsbr. org/takingshape, or text “ARTS” to 225.425.7517.

12.5%

Grant Revenue

27.7%

Earned Income

5.4%

Public & Private Regranting Funds

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S BRYAN FONTENOT Chair

ROSE HUDSON Immediate Past Chair

ROBYN MERRICK Vice Chair

SCOTT CHENEVERT

MIKKI MATHEWS

TODD STERLING

SUNNY MAYHALL

PAUL A. “DREW” TESSIER

SHERRI MCCONNELL

JENNIFER TORMO

TODD QUEEN

BUBBA WILLIS

DEIDRE DECULUS ROBERT

ROBERT WISE

BRADLEY SANCHEZ

CANDACE WRIGHT

MELISSA CRESSON RALPH BENDER Treasurer

54.4%

Individual & Corporate Giving

44

MONIQUE SCOTTSPAULDING Secretary

DIANNE EYSINK RHOMAN HARDY ADAM KNAPP

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THE NATUR E CONSERVANCY  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS

INFORMATION 721 Government St., Suite 200

THE NATURE CONSERVANCY works around the world to protect important lands and waters so that nature and people can thrive. This includes constructing oyster reefs in Calcasieu Lake, restoring critical wetlands in the Atchafalaya River Basin, and restoring and managing longleaf pine forests across the state. We want to conserve Louisiana’s freshwater, forests, and coasts, not just for their own sake, but for their ability to enrich our lives and fulfill our need .

Our donors and partners are often invited to participate in field tri s and volunteer events at our beautiful preserves throughout the state. There are opportunities to go on guided tours with conservation staff, to explore Louisiana’s natural treasures, and participate in activities like planting trees and bagging oyster shells for reef restoration. Many of our preserves are open to the public to explore.

Baton Rouge, LA 70802 225.338.1040 nature.org/louisiana YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1987

KEITH OUCHLEY, PHD State Director

MISSION STATEMENT To conserve the lands and water on which all life depends.

SERVICE AREA Statewide

TOP FUNDING SOURCES

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING DONORS RECEIVE FOUR copies of our magazine Nature Conservancy each year. You can donate online, set up a monthly gift, or join our Legacy Club by naming The Nature Conservancy of Louisiana in your estate plans. Donations support a huge range of research, restoration, and natural land management throughout the state. We couldn’t do it without our donors.

13%

Corporations

17%

Foundations

11%

Other

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S HARRIS BROWN Chairman Brownland Corporation SCOTT V. ANDERSON Inglewood Farms TOMMY BARHAM

59%

Individuals

DONALD “BOYSIE” BOLLINGER Bollinger Enterprises, LLC FOSTER DUNCAN Bernhard Capital Partners

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DOUG HOWARD Howard & Reed BOBBY E. JELKS Franks Management Company, LLC

JOHN E. KOERNER, III Koerner Capital Corporations

VIRGINIA NOLAND

MERRITT LANE Canal Barge Company, Inc.

ELAINE PETRUS

WILLIAM JENKINS President Emeritus, LSU Systems

MARY LAVIGNE

CHRIS KINSEY Kinsey Interests

MARJORIE A. MCKEITHEN Jones Walker, LLP

HARVEY PERRY

KEVIN REILLY Lamar Advertising Company

MARY MATALIN DONNA WRIGHT

HERMAN “BUCK” MOYSE

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restoring our forests reconnecting our rivers rebuilding our coast It’s our nature. nature.org/louisiana | facebook.com/natureconservancylouisiana

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YOUTH OA SIS  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS TRANSITIONAL LIVING: short-term residential services for youth ages 16-21 who are transitioning from supervised care systems.

YOUNG ADULT SERVICES: homelessness prevention services for youth ages 18-25. CASE MANAGEMENT AND OUTREACH: drop-in services for youth ages 16-21.

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING INFORMATION 260 S. Acadian Thruway Baton Rouge, LA 70806 225.343.6300 Youthoasis.org Year Established: 1998

OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE: 20 for 20 campaign-give $20 dollars for every year of service; Home sponsorship-sponsor a home for youth through cash or in-kind donation; Mentoring-we are always looking for individuals willing to partner with youth and provide companionship and guidance.

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 TEKOAH BOATNER

MARY DAVIS

Executive Director

Chief Operating Offi er

MISSION STATEMENT To provide emergency and transitional housing, care, support and advocacy for vulnerable youth who have been pushed to the margins in the Baton Rouge area.

SERVICE AREA East Baton Rouge Parish

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 10%

Private Grants

THIS YEAR HAS been a year of stabilization and specialization for Youth Oasis. We reorganized our programs and services with intention and a renewed dedication to providing youth-centered services. We committed to providing an equitable, humancentered work environment for employees by providing continuous training and a livable wage. We learned that the most impactful thing we can do as an agency is to incorporate our values of accountability, resiliency, and transparency into everything we do. If we are genuine and authentic, that will fl w into every connection we build with each youth we serve. Our village is intentional.

10%

Donations

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S DAVID FLESHMAN CHAIR PERSON Attorney, Roedel Parsons, Koch, Blache, Balhoff & McCollister

80%

Contract Services

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ROSS REILLY General Manager, Lamar Advertising Company

TIERANY LAZARE, CNOR Capital One Bank MATTHEW LABORDE LSU Athletics BRITT BOWKER Vice Chair Physician Recruiter, Our Lady of the Lake

JAMIE BARNEY Director of Social Services, HAART/Open Health DEMITRIA LARRY Strategic Director, Thrive Foundation

CHAD MARTORANA Audi General Sales Manager, Audi Baton Rouge ROBYN STILES Consultant, Emergent Method

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ALZHEIMER’S SERVICES OF T HE CAPITA L A R E A  F UNDR AISING/ PRO GR AMS/EVENTS ALL DONATIONS SUPPORT programs and services delivered in the 10-parish service area. Major events include the Memories in the Making Luncheon, a direct mail Annual Giving campaign every November, National Giving Tuesday (12/1/20), and A Walk to Remember each fall. Other programs include

respite care at Charlie’s Place in Baton Rouge and Gonzales, Helpline, Lunch-N-Learn, Financial Literacy workshops, caregiver support groups, TLC (Tender Loving Care) for Caregivers, dementia-care training, a resource library, an annual education conference, and more.

INFORMATION

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING OPP ORTU NI TI ES

3772 North Blvd. Baton Rouge, LA 70806 225.334.7494 Alzbr.org Year Established: 1983

BARBARA AUTEN

JAMES BAKER

Executive Director

President, Board of Directors

MISSION STATEMENT To teach, care for and connect with those in our community affected by Alzheimer’s Disease and other memory-related impairments.

VOLUNTEERS COMPLEMENT THE staff by helping with offi e work and the resource library, assisting with health fair booths, facilitating support groups, serving on committees, helping at the Walk/Run to Remember and other events, as well as entertaining or assisting at Charlie’s Place Respite and Activity Centers in Baton Rouge or Gonzales. Interested volunteers should attend an Alzheimer’s Services informational session to learn where they can contribute their time.

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 WHILE CAREGIVERS ARE facing unprecedented times and unusual stressors, we continue to provide necessary support by taking vital programs online or virtual. This move increases access to programs and provides the support lifeline so desperately needed by caregivers.

SERVICE AREA Ascension, Assumption, East and West Baton Rouge, East and West Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Pointe Coupee, and St. Helena Parishes.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 1%

2%

7% Education Programs Investments 7%

Other

49%

Individual & Corporate Donors

In-kind Contributions

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S JAMES BAKER President

KEVIN BRIAN ROGER CADOR

RICHARD BOURGEOIS Vice President

DAMIAN CALATO

JOHN KOVICH

ARTHUR SCANLAN, III

MATHEW LABORDE

JOHN SNOW

SUSAN HASPEL LIPSEY

MICHELLE STEVENS

PAMELA MASCARI

CHARLES VALLUZZO

JOHN MCCLELLAND, MD

SUSAN WINDHAM

MEGAN D’AUBIN

10%

GEORGE BALHOFF Treasurer

Respite Center Fees

8%

CATHERINE MOORE Secretary

Events

CAROL FITCH MANDI GARAFOLA CHASE RAINEY

16%

Grants & Foundations

50

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STILL HERE. STILL PROVIDING SUPPORT. Education

Support Services

HelpLine

During the pandemic, Alzheimer’s Services has adapted vital services families rely on in order to continue providing support. While unable to meet in person, programs and services have gone virtual: Lunch-N-Learn • Caregiver Support Groups • Memory Screenings Memory Bootcamp • TLC • Caregiver Consultations.

Charlie’s Place Activity and Respite Centers Baton Rouge and Gonzales

ACTIVITY & SOCIALIZATION for the affected individual

RESPITE & RELIEF for the caregiver

Due to COVID, Charlie’s Place remains closed until it is safe to resume attendance per LDH guidance. If you are interested in Charlie’s Place, please visit alzbr.org for updates on reopening status or call 225-334-7494.

225-334-7494 alzbr.org THANK YOU TO OUR CORPORATE PARTNERS

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SHARING smiles

and

comfort care

STATE-WIDE

OUR MISSION is to create

OUR FOCUS

and support research initiatives for pediatric brain cancer, fund educational opportunities and offer non-medical comfort care to children diagnosed with cancer and the families who care for them.

Providing Comfort Care to children and their families. Bella’s Room – A sponsored room within Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital dedicated to providing specialized comfort care and personalized accommodations for medically fragile children. Always sharing: Courage • Belief • Faith • Strength

DONATE TODAY AT

Bella’s House – A multi-use educational and specialty care facility, with a focus on comfort care for medically fragile children and the families who care for them.

BELLABOWMAN.ORG

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COURAGE • BELIEF • FAITH • STRENGTH

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Check out our Video HERE. . .

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OUR LA DY OF T HE LAK E FOU NDAT ION  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH our donors, we advance excellence in care provided to our pediatric and adult patients through philanthropy. Your investment in our work provides cutting edge treatment, innovation in research, and thoughtful patient care experiences for our families. We offer several

INFORMATION P.O. Box 84357

events, such as The Big Bash, Driving the Future car raffl , and Children’s Miracle Network* programs, the proceeds of which help support Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital. *Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital is a Children’s Miracle Network affilia e.

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING

Baton Rouge, LA 70884 225.765.5951

PHILANTHROPIC INVESTMENTS FURTHER the ministry of Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center and Children’s Hospital. Our Foundation’s purpose is realized through creating partnerships with donors and stakeholders to drive advancements and excellence in healthcare.

Ololrmc.com/foundation Year Established: 1984

To volunteer, visit ololchildrens.org/volunteer.

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 ANN MARIE MARMANDE President

TOM ADAMEK Chairman, Board of Directors

MISSION STATEMENT Inspired by the vision of St. Francis of Assisi and in the tradition of the Roman Catholic Church, we extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to God’s people, especially those most in need. We call forth all who serve in this healthcare ministry to share their gifts and talents to create a Spirit of Healing for all those entrusted to our care. We are, with God’s help, a healing and spiritual presence for each other and the communities we are privileged to serve.

SERVICE AREA Our primary adult and pediatric service area is the Capital Region. We also offer a statewide network for Children’s Health.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 52%

Individuals and Corporations

14%

Children’s Miracle Network

OUR HOSPITALS WERE made for this moment. The impact of COVID-19 on our community is signifi ant, and our healthcare heroes respond with unwavering dedication, compassion and exceptional care. The extraordinary generosity of our community has fueled our efforts through cash donations, meals, donated PPE, words of encouragement, and countless acts of gratitude. Philanthropy was a catalyst in building our new Children’s Hospital. An unanticipated benefit was being able to rapidly convert vacated space at the Regional Medical Center into multiple, isolated COVID-19 units. Through challenging times, we continue to provide compassionate care to our community.

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S TOM ADAMEK Stonehenge Capital KATIE CHEATHAM Showers of Blessings Foundation JEFF DEYO, MD St. Jude Affilia e Clinic at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital DAVID GUERRY Long Law Firm

34% Events

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FAITH HANSBROUGH, MD Pediatric Surgery of Louisiana

LEE JENKINS Performance Contractors, Inc.

MICHAEL PERNICIARO, MD Louisiana Women’s Healthcare

SIDNEY JOFFRION KHANH HO, MD Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group MICHAEL HUDSON iHeartMedia JEFF JAMES JB James Construction

KRISTEN PFORR BASF Chemical Company

BRYAN JONES HNTB Corporation

SR. EILEEN ROWE Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady

LORI MCBRIDE, MD Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital BONNIE MARCANTEL Postlethwaite & Netterville

SR. UYEN VU Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady

*Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital is a Children’s Miracle Network affilia e.

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FOU N DATION FOR WOMAN’S  COMMUNITY PRO GR AMS

INFORMATION 100 Woman’s Way Baton Rouge, LA 70817 225.924.8720 womans.org/giving

SINCE OPENING IN 1968, Woman’s has evolved to become so much more than a place focused only on delivering babies. The organization has made it a priority to address profound problems in the community that affect women and babies, including infant prematurity, opioid use resulting in adverse health effects for both mom and baby, access to cancer screenings and therapy, and research to prevent chronic disease throughout a woman’s life. Woman’s community programs, many of which are funded by philanthropy, address healthcare challenges.

 VOLUNTE E R ING/GI VING OPP ORTU NI TI ES

KEILA STOVALL

CHRIS CIESIELSKI

President and Chief Philanthropy Offi er

Chairman, Board of Trustees

GIFTS TO THE Foundation for Woman’s support critical programs serving some of the most vulnerable women and infants in our community. From providing breast milk to a premature infant to caring for survivors of sexual assault to providing mammograms for women with limited resources—your support impacts the lives of those who need it most. Woman’s long history includes a tradition of dedicated volunteers (the Woman’s Auxiliary) who provide support throughout the hospital. BUST Breast Cancer and WVO are the Foundation’s signature special events.

MISSION STATEMENT Foundation for Woman’s raises philanthropic support to improve the health of women and infants at Woman’s Hospital.

SERVICE AREA Baton Rouge’s Woman’s Hospital serves women and babies from across Louisiana and the region.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020 THE PANDEMIC HAS presented many challenges for Woman’s. The safety of our patients, physicians, staff, and visitors has been our primary concern. We are extremely grateful for the overwhelming support of our community by providing meals, encouragement, homemade masks, and financial ontributions to our team.

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S

8%

Employees

SARAH GRACE BROOKS CEO, Louisiana Fire Extinguisher

28% Events

CHRIS CIESIELSKI Owner, NFP Benefi s Solution Group PAT FELDER Retired

11%

Annual Giving Campaign

56

Our biggest challenge has been to maintain funding for existing programs when so many healthcare donors directed money to support COVID needs. We have re-imagined events, written hundreds of personal letters, and used technology to connect with donors and maintain awareness of our mission.

53%

Grants & Major Gifts

ROSE MARIE FIFE Community Volunteer

DONNA FRAICHE President, Fraiche Strategies, LLC GREG GELPI Pediatrician, Our Lady of the Lake Pediatric Medical Center CATHY GIERING Attorney, US District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana

CELTON HAYDEN, JR. CEO, CC’s Coffee House JANET OLSON VP Corporate Finance, Lamar Advertising Co. KIMBERLY LEWIS ROBINSON Secretary, Department of Revenue

TOM YURA COO, Cornerstone Chemical Company BARBARA GRIFFITH CEO, Woman’s Hospital KEILA STOVALL President, Foundation for Woman’s

GABRIELLA ST. AMANT Community Volunteer

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SUSAN G. KOME N LOU ISI ANA  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISING EVE NTS THE KOMEN LOUISIANA Treatment Assistance Program provides financial a sistance to those with a breast cancer diagnosis. Programs include the Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference, Survivor Luncheons to celebrate survivors and thrivers, and Plugged in Pink, which provides breast health education and other resources. We also engage in advocacy at all levels of government. Race for the Cure is our largest fundraiser and survivor celebration held in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Monroe, and Shreveport. BigWigs fundraisers are held in Baton Rouge and Lafayette. Our Dancing for a Cure fundraiser is held in Shreveport.

INFORMATION P.O. Box 14615 Baton Rouge, LA 70898 225.615.8740 komenlouisiana.org YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1996

 VOLU NTEERI NG / GI VI NG GIVING OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE investing in our treatment assistance program or in our mission outreach programs. Another is the More Than Pink Project—personal fundraising pages that allow individuals to create fundraisers year round in support of our mission. Participants receive an online fundraising page, breast health information and more. Volunteer opportunities include our races, BigWigs, Dancing for the Cure, mission outreach events, and our advocacy efforts.

 CHALLE NGE S IN 2020

STACIE M. WILLIAMS Chief Executive Offi er

MISSION STATEMENT To save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our community and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer.

WE HAVE LEARNED new ways to connect and engage with those we serve. This year, we moved to virtual programming for our metastatic breast cancer conference as well as other events. In addition to Facebook Live and Zoom, we partnered with local public access channels to engage those who may not have reliable internet access which expanded our reach. We used feedback from our pilot treatment assistance program to not only expand this program across our 56-parish service area, but we also added to what is covered.

SERVICE AREA Susan G. Komen Louisiana serves 56 of Louisiana’s 64 parishes, which covers the entire state except the New Orleans metropolitan area.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES

3.386% Royalty

2.433%

Auction/Raffl Income

8.888%

0.055%

Merchandise Sales

0.015%

Inter-Company Revenue

Interest Income

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S TIYA SCROGGINS Board President CEO, Scroggins Consulting, LLC

NATALIE INGLE Director of Operations, The Women’s Clinic of Monroe

CHRISTINE POWELL Professional Trainer CP Enterprises

TYRAH PHILLIPS Board Treasurer Financial Analyst, Lockheed Martin

MICHELLE MCCALOPE Marketing & Communications Director, CareSouth Medical & Dental

JOSEPH VICKNAIR Manager, Benefi s & HRIS, Pan American Life Center

HAYDEN MOORE Board Secretary Attorney, Walters, Papillion, Thomas, Cullens, Attorneys at Law

23.444% Entry Fees/ Event Fees

34.188% 27.591%

Contributions

Sponsorship

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PHALA KIMBROUGH MIRE President & CEO Women’s Business Enterprise Council South

CLAUDIA WADE Community Development Manager, Union General Hospital

TIMOTHY HUCK President & CEO, Tim Huck Management, LLC

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LOCAL IMPACT STATEMENT 2020 KOMEN LOUISIANA SERVICE AREA Komen Louisiana serves 56 of Louisiana’s 64 parishes.

SUSAN G. KOMEN LOUISIANA TREATMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Assistance is available for qualifying breast cancer patients for doctor visits, medication, childcare/eldercare, treatment visits, rent/ utilities, lymphedema care/supplies, lodging/ transportation, follow up visits and tests, and durable medical equipment. To apply, call CAGNO at (504) 733-5539.

RESEARCH

Komen Louisiana has contributed over $5 million toward the $1 billion that has been awarded in research grants globally. Not only does Komen fund research throughout the breast cancer continuum of care, but Komen also funds researchers at all stages in their careers.

BATON ROUGE OFFICE: (225) 615-8740

CARE

COMMUNITY

Komen Louisiana has granted over $15 million for screenings, diagnostics, treatment, support, and education. Our Treatment Assistance Program supports those diagnosed with breast cancer to reduce barriers to care.

Komen Louisiana partners with faith-based organizations, community centers, and businesses across the state to provide in-depth breast health education. Komen Louisiana also hosts Louisiana’s only Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference.

LAFAYETTE OFFICE: (337) 346-5065

MONROE OFFICE: (318) 966-8130

ACTION

Komen Louisiana advocates at all levels of government. In 2019, we worked with state Rep. Julie Stokes on HB 347 and 370, which covers certain diagnostic imaging at the same level as screening mammograms and prohibits step therapy from being used when treating those living with metastatic cancer, respectively.

SHREVEPORT OFFICE: (318) 220-7050

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CAPITA L A R EA U NI T ED WAY  PRO GR AMS AND F UNDR AISI NG EVENTS UNITED WAY PARTNERS with over 112 programs through area nonprofi s and serves the community through the following programs: Character Playbook, FamilyWize, Louisiana 2-1-1/CAUW, Geaux Save, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), United We Feed, and United4Vets. THE ANNUAL UNITED Way Jambalaya Jam takes place every October and is the organization’s largest fundraiser outside of the Workforce Campaign. It’s not only a great opportunity to give back to the community, but it offers your company a great teambuilding opportunity.

INFORMATION 700 Laurel St. Baton Rouge, LA 70802 225.383.2643 cauw.org YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1925

 VOLUNTE E R ING/ GI VING

GEORGE BELL

AARON STANFORD

President & CEO

Chairman of the Board

CAPITAL AREA UNITED Way invites you to VOLUNTEER UNITED and become part of the strategic solution to achieve sustainable results. Whether you are a corporate partner, a donor or new to the Capital Area, join us because no other organization is better equipped to connect volunteers to the needs of our 10-parish service area. Visit CAUW.ORG/volunteer.

MISSION STATEMENT

 CHALLENGES I N 2020 THROUGHOUT THE COVID-19 pandemic, we have adapted to meet the needs of our community by launching United We Feed to feed our community and by working with affini y groups like Women United and Physicians United to provide resources to frontline workers and single mothers. As the pandemic continues, we are facing the challenges of a nearly virtual workplace campaign, so we are working to engage with companies and donors in creative, innovative ways.

To improve lives by leveraging partnerships in our community to advance the common good through education, income stability, and healthy living.

SERVICE AREA Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Pointe Coupee, St. Helena, St. James, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana Parishes.

TOP FUNDING SOURCES 3%

Disaster

2%

Individual

1%

In-Kind/Other

4%

Sponsorship

6%

Grants

7%

Special Event

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AARON STANFORD Board Chair Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

19%

58%

 BOAR D OF DIR ECTOR S

Corporate

AMANDA STOUT Board Chair Elect and Community Impact Chair McGlinchey

JOSEPH BRITT Secretary and Community Impact Vice Chair Westlake Vinyls

MICHELLE HARDY Resource Development Chair Turner Industries

JOLEN STEIN Communications and Marketing Chair BASF

GLENDA MINOR Treasurer and Finance Committee Chair Community Representative

DAVE LUECKE Resource Development Chair Elect ExxonMobil

ROBERT SCHNECKENBURGER Past Board Chair Hancock Whitney Bank

Employee

60

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Additional SPONSORs

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THE CHALLENGE

OUR APPROACH

ONLY 14% OF STUDENTS in the Capital Region complete high school ready to succeed in college and beyond.

10 YEAR GOAL By 2030, TWICE AS MANY children in communities where we work will reach key educational milestones indicating they are on a path to economic mobility and a future filled with possibility.

1 2 3 4

FIND PROMISING LEADERS We find promising leaders who commit to teach for two years in a low-income community.

IMPACT STUDENTS AND SCHOOLS We support our educators to advance the academic and personal growth of students, and help strengthen schools.

DEVELOP SYSTEMS-CHANGE LEADERS We cultivate and develop their long-term leadership through classroom teaching.

FOSTER COLLECTIVE LEADERSHIP We support and foster community among them throughout their lifetime, as their careers take shape.

Celebrating 30 years of educational impact in South Louisiana Since 1990, Teach For America South Louisiana has recruited, developed, and supported a diverse network of leaders who continue to expand opportunity for children. Over its 30 years working in Louisiana, TFA has recruited and placed over 1,700 teachers in our community. Our network of corps members and alumni work in classrooms, schools, and every sector and field that shape the broader systems in which schools operate.

CURRENT FOOTPRINT

343 33 15,550

Total Network – Alumni and Corps Members Schools Students Served

REGIONAL ADVISORY BOARD Thomas J. Adamek

Stonehenge Capital Company, LLC

V Thomas Clark Jr.

Breazeale Sachse & Wilson, LLP

Jason M. Decuir Ryan

Larry East

Albemarle Corporation

Cordell Haymon

SGS Petroleum Service Corporation

Adam Knapp

Danny Montelaro

Joanna Wurtele

Bruce Lilly

Nial Patel

Michael Tipton

Phillip May

Dr. Michael Rolfsen

Krista Allen Raney

H.N. “Hank” Saurage IV

Baton Rouge Area Chamber Exxon Mobil Chemical Entergy Louisiana, LLC LSU Foundation

Brandon Smith

LSU Office of Community University Partnerships

Regions Bank

Cornerstone Government Affairs

The Wurtele Foundation The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation

The Baton Rouge Clinic Saurage Rotenberg Commercial Real Estate

Monique Scott-Spaulding Jani-King of Baton Rouge

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LAURA VINSANT Executive Director CORPS MEMBER 2007

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