Empty Bowls – April 13, 2019

What is Empty Bowls? Empty Bowls is an international project to fight hunger, personalized by artists and art organizations on a community level. This event will take place at the EBRP Goodwood Library in Baton Rouge on April 13, 2019. You are invited to attend this special event in its... Read Empty Bowls – April 13, 2019's Story

Elementary Students Give to Fight Hunger

One group of elementary students wanted to make a difference this holiday season by hosting a candygram fundraiser. This group was comprised of eight students from the Park Elementary School in Baton Rouge.  As part of the school’s Student Leaders group, fourth graders Malik Selvage, Makayla Keelen, Kentavions Williams, and... Read Elementary Students Give to Fight Hunger's Story

Restaurant Week 2019: January 21-26

Get ready Baton Rouge, because DIG’s Restaurant Week is back! From Monday, Jan. 21, to Saturday, Jan. 26, diners will be able to enjoy three-course meals at 50+ of Baton Rouge’s best restaurants for a fraction of the cost. Prices range from $15 – $40 per person. Even better? Snap that photo and... Read Restaurant Week 2019: January 21-26's Story

Opening Hearts – Giving Big in a Small Business World

A local T-shirt company continues to make their mark in Baton Rouge as people purchase their shirts showcasing the spirit of Louisiana. But it is the company’s spirit of giving that is truly establishing a legacy of making a difference in the lives of others. Meredith Waguespack started Southern Football... Read Opening Hearts – Giving Big in a Small Business World's Story

Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank Receives $10,000 Grant for BackPack Program

Hunger does not take a break just because we do. Every weekend, holiday and school vacation, hundreds of low-income children, who depend on free or reduced-price school lunches, become at risk of hunger. The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank’s BackPack program is a donor-funded critical outreach project designed to help... Read Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank Receives $10,000 Grant for BackPack Program's Story