|Fund Information|| |
|ABC Fund|| Dedicated to the arts, business and cultural sustainability of Acadiana
|Acadian Home Builders Association Community Housing Fund|
Acadian Home Builders Association established this non-endowed fund, along with a permanently endowed fund to address the housing needs of people in Acadiana.
|Acadiana Supports Houston PD||
Mission is to raise enough money to grant to the Houston Police Department to purchase an equipped police car.|
|Breaux Bridge Dog Park|
A special place where dogs and their families can run, romp and socialize.
|Cortland Fund for Children||This Field of Interest was established in memory of Cortland Hebert, by his parents, Kevin and Tina Hebert.|
|Durel Community Enhancement Fund||Established by City-Parish President Joey Durel for the benefit of the Horse Farm.|
|Elemore Morgan, Jr. Visual Arts Endowment Fund||Elemore Morgan, Jr. devoted over 30 years of teaching as a professor of Visual Arts at USL from 1965 until 1998. Today, Morgan is reconized as one of the south's finest landscape artists. The mission of the Elemore Morgan, Jr. Visual Arts Endowment is to demonstrate that the visual arts are significant cultural necessities and the endowment supports programs which reflect the passion and vocation of Elemore Morgan, Jr. |
|Find Keiosha Felix Now Fund|| 15 year-old Keiosha Felix hasn't been seen since April 30, 2012. This Fund was established to help in the search efforts.
|Gulf Aid Acadiana||Gulf Aid Acadiana Fund is a donor advised fund established to provide recovery support to those adversely affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling catastrophe. Grants from this Fund will not only assist in restoring the coastal wetlands, but will also provide assistance to fishermen (and fisher-women) and their families. |
|I-49 South Coalition||
For years, I-49 South has been a project that has been worked on by our groups and parishes with many successes along the way. The creative of an I-49 South Coalition will unify and build upon all of our efforts into a focused organization to fight for the advocacy, promotion and funding for the completion of I-49 South. With all of us pushing in the same direction, our voice and influence will grow.|
|Kites Above Acadiana Kids Fund||Kites Above Acadiana, a fund at Community Foundation of Acadiana, strives to impact hospitalized children and their families in a meaningful way through a variety of initiatives such as play, education and housing.|
|Lafayette's Road to Recovery Fund||Lafayette's Road to Recovery is a concert to raise awareness and
advocate for mental illness. Proceeds and donations from the concert
will benefit this fund to be used for mental health awareness, education
|LAGCOE Education Fund||
Louisiana Gulf Coast Oil Exposition, Inc.
(LAGCOE) has been serving the industry and the Acadiana community for nearly 60
years through various industry-related, educational and philanthropic avenues.
|Lead the Change Now Fund|| The mission of the Lead the Change Now Fund is to inspire serving others
through the Lead the Change Now movement and to support 501(c)(3)
nonprofit organizations focused on servant leadership and serving the poor.
|Mickey Shunick Fund|
|MSB HELPing Hands Fund|
|Pray Strong Fund in Memory of Blaine Thomas Duhon|
Following the example demonstrated by Blaine Thomas Duhon, the mission
of the Pray Strong Fund in Memory of Blaine Thomas Duhon is to strengthen the
spirituality of all, especially the
young. Grants from the Fund will promote
Christian education by providing tuition assistance for children with
disabilities who attend feeder schools of St. Thomas More and Teurlings
Catholic High Schools in Lafayette, Louisiana.
|Richard Guidry Cajun and Creole Language Fund||Established in memory of Richard Guidry, educator, author, actor and consultant of the Cajun and Creole dialects.|
|TRAILS Fund||T.R.A.I.L. (Transportation Recreation Alternatives In LA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to development and maintenance of paths and parks to create a more bikeable and walkable communities.|
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette LIFE program (UL
LIFE) is for Intellectually disabled students who choose to have a post
secondary inclusive education, are willing to strive for independence and who
desire social interaction with people their own age.
|Upper Lafayette Fund||The Upper Lafayette Economic Development Foundation established this fund in response to the devastating impact the spring flooding of 2012 has had on this area.|