Donate

Help us honor individuals and organizations that support children and families in our region! 

"COMMIT TO THE BRICK"  Capital Campaign is a one-time donation to help pay for our move downtown to 117 Hall Street. Each donation of $1,000 receives a 4x8 brick with a nameplate that will be permanently affixed to the wall in our new lobby. Gifts are tax deductible and can be paid over two calendar years. Donate online today or call the Coalition at 323-8775.
You can have up two lines of text—one ALL CAPS and one Title Caps (e.g., YOUR NAME, Company Name; FAMILY NAME; Family Members). If the brick is “in honor of” someone, that name will appear above the ALL CAPS name with your name below it.
NAMES on BRICK (ALL CAPS): ___________________________________

Title Caps (optional): __________________________________________________

 The new building--117 Hall Street--will bring all of our programs under one roof to create a “one-stop-shop” for children and families in northeast Louisiana. The first floor provides direct services for parents and educators in support of children. Parents can receive support at the Family Resource Center, Child Care Connections and an Early Head Start classroom. Upstairs will house the staff who do our off-site programs like Signs of Suicide, Al's Pals, and U-ACT. The new site will also have space for a farm-to-fork garden and outdoor early childhood classroom, which will be used to teach families involved in the Coalition's programs about nutrition and sustainability as well as to feed kids in the Early Head Start program. Check out our story in the News Star and on Facebook

EVENT SPONSORSHIPS:Throughout the year, the Children's Coalition holds several high-profile community-based events that offer an opportunity to showcase your business and/or organization through designated sponsorships. Depending on the level of sponsorship, you will receive recognition in print and media materials, the website and/or the annual report. Visit the Events pages to learn more about annual events like the What Works Conference and the Dragon Boat Festival.