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232-HELP
WE CARE ~ Certified Community Care Navigator specialists provide early intervention and resource support for people in times of personal and family crisis, and advocate for those who require extra support to access needed services. Our wide-range of services include counseling, support groups, drug and alcohol treatment, health insurance programs, and more!! WE LISTEN ~ Your story is important to us and we want to provide you with the resources you need to move forward with your story. At 232-HELP, information and referral involves much more than just looking up a phone number. It is the process of helping people to understand and enable them to make informed decisions regarding possible solutions, cutting through the maze of social service programs. WE CONNECT ~ 232-HELP is committed to helping individuals, families and communities identify, understand and effectively use all available resources. These resources help strengthen their capacity for self-reliance and self determination through education, affirmation, advocacy, collaborative planning and problem solving.

Acadiana Animal Aid
Acadiana Animal Aid is a 'no-kill' animal shelter located in south-central LA. The dedicated volunteers/staff at AAA are fueled by passion, responsibility to educate, advocate, rescue, and protect all animals in our care "until they all have a home". On any given day, we care for more than 100 dogs and 150 cats at our shelter, and more in our network of foster families. Our cats and dogs come to us as strays, owner surrenders, rescues from negligent situations, and mainly from euthanizing shelters. In 2019 AAA rescued nearly 2,600 dogs & cats. AAA, in collaboration with other rescue groups are dedicated in assisting our community to embrace 'No-Kill'. AAA has extended its hand to nine municipal shelters across Acadiana as we work together to save as many precious lives as possible. Please donate to support AAA's efforts to provide shelter, food, and medical attention to the animals in our care!

Acadiana Christian School
Acadiana Christian School is Reaching Students & Building Lives! We assist parents in the God-ordained training of their children and are proud to offer a Christ-centered, quality education. Seeking Donations for new desks in 3 upper division classrooms. Cost is approximately $4,000 per classroom. Also, $3000 for installation of smart panels.

Acadiana Humane Society
Our mission is to work with other animal rescues, shelters, and fostering programs, to make this world a better place for animals by networking together with others to get animals out of animal control facilities. To provide food, shelter and medical care to those animals in our care that are awaiting placement into good permanent homes. To educate the public in the critical need to spay or neuter their pets and in proper care and ownership, as well as providing generic information that further empowers responsible pet ownership. To instill a sense of stewardship in the next generation of companion animal caretakers. To assist qualified low income persons/families with the cost of spaying/neutering their cats and dogs through Lafayette Spay Neuter Clinic when funds are available. To temporarily provide free dog or cat food to qualified persons/families during times of economic crisis through our Pet Food Bank, when donated pet food is available.

Acadiana Symphony Orchestra
Through SOLA Giving Day, ASO is using this amazing opportunity to find donors who share our commitment of fostering the future of music through our education programs and outreach initiatives. Our Prep and Youth Orchestras are filled with aspiring young musicians who are passionate about building talents and honing skills that they'll use for the rest of their musical careers. Your contribution to ASO directly feeds into the community and helps produce soon to be professional musicians who live here, work here and spend their hard earned money here.

American Red Cross of Louisiana - Capital West Chapter
Our mission is to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. ₵0.90 of every $1.00 spent by the American Red Cross is spent on essential programs and services. In FY2019, the American Red Cross of Louisiana responded to 1,523 disasters in Louisiana.

Angel Paws Adoption Center
Angel Paws aims to aid in the rescue, adoption and welfare of local homeless animals, and in the fight against animal cruelty. We provide animals with medical care, food, shelter, love and a second chance at life.

Arc of St. Mary
VISION STATEMENT The vision of the Arc of St. Mary/Center of Hope is to provide quality leadership and opportunities to individuals with Intellectual Disabilities. MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Arc of St. Mary/Center of Hope is to encourage each participant to discover and develop his/her maximum potential as a productive

Bancker Grotto Memorial Park
Funds raised will be used for the maintenance and development of the Bancker Grotto Memorial Park, particularly the repair of the recreational trail.

Basin Arts
Basin Arts is a container for creativity that supports and implements cross-disciplinary collaboration, allowing Lafayette's creative class to come together, share, experiment, and focus on process over product. Basin Arts creates opportunities for artistic expression across generations aimed at enhancing the artistic identity of our community.

Bayou Teche Museum
To preserve the historic treasures of the area, to increase awareness in our community by educating and informing them of the rich heritage, customs and traditions of their forefathers who settled and inhabited this land, and to provide research and archival services.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Acadiana
OUR MISSION Create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. Our one-to-one mentoring is built on... • Careful Screening • Thoughtful Matching • Thorough Support of the Mentoring Match

Boys & Girls Clubs of Acadiana
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Acadiana's mission is to "Enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Our 5 Clubs in 4 parishes (Iberia, Lafayette, St. Landry and Vermilion) are a second home to nearly 5,000 youth each year who attend after-school or summer programs. 48% come from single parent households 73% have a household income of $30,000 or less We focus on 3 priority outcomes, Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyle and Habits and Good Character and Citizenship We employ 52 staff members 96% on-time grade progression 71,063 Meals served in 2019 Cost for families is $10/year for after-school! Summer rates vary but most clubs are $10 for summer. Boys & Girls Clubs of Acadiana has been serving Acadiana for 50 years in 2020!

Bridge Ministry of Acadiana (d/b/a, Bridge Community Christian School)
Strong Children, Strong Parents, Strong Neighborhoods, Strong CommUnity Bridge Ministry of Acadiana (d/b/a, Bridge Community Christian School) is an all denominational Christ-Centered Community Development (not relief) organization located in the Four Corners Area of Lafayette that is focused on loving our generationally under-resourced neighbors. OUR VISION is to relationally develop & empower lives through 1) Spiritual Transformation (heart), 2) Education (mind), and 3) Neighborhood (community) Development. OUR MISSION is to 1) provide a Christ-centered school platform with relational neighborhood programs that develop and empower our under-resourced neighbors, 2) while mobilizing Acadiana Christians to their social responsibility to love their neighbor. OUR VALUES are Grace, Faith/Truth, Love, Righteousness, Justice & Shalom (wholeness, peace, and joy) Bridge Community Christian School Believes: • All families should have a choice of schools for their children no matter their income level. • There Shall Be No Achievement Gap among our children. • Mind development begins with unlocking the heart. A child must know that God and we care, before they care about what God and we know. • In loving, freeing, developing & empowering our children to love and become like Jesus. • Without Christ-like Character Development our children will fall short of God's purpose. • The generationally poor child holds the key to the wholeness, peace and joy of our community and nation.

The Brown House, Berwick's Heritage Museum
The Brown House, Berwick's Heritage Museum, is a project of the Berwick Historical Society. Preservation of The House will allow the Society to establish a physical property for purpose of recording and promoting Berwick's rich history through displays, archival records and educational events thus adding to the Town's cultural life.