“Foundation for Louisiana is excited to have Lydia Cutrer join the team to build on a legacy of meaningful investments that expand economic opportunities for Louisianans,” CEO, Flozell Daniels, Jr. said. “With a deep and diverse background in community development finance and project management, a values-driven commitment to strengthen communities through more equitable outcomes, and a Louisiana native’s perspective on the landscape, we are confident Lydia’s leadership will advance FFL’s mission and the goals of our partners at the One Table initiative.”
Community Second Line Parade Culminated with Block Party at Ashe Cultural Arts Center
Mardi Gras Indian Council & Foundation for Louisiana Receive $500,000 ArtPlace America grant for Mardi Gras Indian Cultural Campus
Foundation for Louisiana is working with the Mardi Gras Indian Council to create a new Mardi Gras Indian Cultural Campus along New Orleans' historic LaSalle Street Corridor
Grants double last year's foundation investments in New Orleans' resident-driven policy change; will address affordable housing, cultural preservation/cultural economy, economic opportunity, environmental sustainability, neighborhood safety and transportation.
2013 policy grants support advocacy work in transportation, criminal justice, and housing and blight.
Funding will support new and existing preparedness programs.
Northwest Louisiana Collaborative Awarded Grant to Strengthen Innovation to Help Local Workers, Jobseekers Build Careers
Awards Represent Distribution from Federal Government’s Social Innovation Fund.
New name reflects ongoing commitment to serving Louisiana and building long-term resiliency statewide.
Foundation for Louisiana Releases New Publications: Citizen's Guide to Land Use and Citizen's Guide to Urban Design
Citizen's Guides to spur resident engagement in planning processes that impact underserved communities throughout the state.