Get a Game Plan
Special FY14 AmeriCorps State NOFO Announced
MLK Day projects impacted entire state
MLK Day projects need volunteers
MLK Day is January 20
MLK Day 2014
Giving thanks for Louisiana volunteers
JFK’s legacy of service
Post Thanksgiving Volunteer Opportunity Friday, November 29 in New Orleans
FY14 AmeriCorps*State NOFO released
Champions of Service Gala a success!
Meet our 2013 Champions of Service
Join us for the 20th anniversary Champions of Service gala October 24
Volunteers in Public Schools seeks Voyage Program mentors
Warrick Dunn to be recognized as Louisiana Champion of Service
Five Regional Volunteers Named Champions of Service
Deadline extended for Champions of Service nominations
On 9/11 we pause to remember
Deadline extended for Champions of Service nominations
Drew Brees teams with Super Service Challenge to support 9/11 Day observance
September is National Preparedness Month
Community Builders Corps
Communities in Schools of Greater New Orleans
Boys & Girls Club of North Central Louisiana
Nominate a Champion of Service
9/11 National Day of Remembrance and Service Grants
2013-2014 Keep Louisiana Beautiful Healthy Communities Grant
ULL AmeriCorps named 2013 Innovation & Leadership Featured Finalist
Volunteer Fair in Baton Rouge August 10. Find a place to serve!
Volunteer Ascension needs volunteers for School Tools July 13
Volunteers needed July 2 and 3 in New Orleans
Youth Service America grants available
CNCS announces FY14 RSVP grants to engage volunteers 55
Medical and non-medical volunteers needed for free clinic July 2 and 3
Ask yourself: How can national service help my organization?
Hurricane Season begins June 1
National Hurricane Preparation Week May 26-June 1
How you can help in Oklahoma’s recovery
2013 Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday This Weekend
Louisiana beaches rank 20th in terms of trash collected, Ocean Conservancy reports
Senior Corps Week May 6-10
Volunteer Louisiana celebrates 20 years with Capitol Day and Food Drive
Volunteers needed for Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP)
GYSD fast approaching
“I Serve Because” video contest
Global Youth Service Day funds still available
FY14 Planning Grant NOFO
The Volunteer Louisiana Commission is pleased to offer up to $38,000 in AmeriCorps Planning Grants for the FY14 AmeriCorps year. A planning grant is a restricted funds grant awarded to assist an applicant in completing the steps necessary to implement a sound concept that has already been developed. The intent is for the recipient of a planning grant to develop their concept into a complete, comprehensive application in the next cycle of funding and be able to compete on a more level playing field in a competitive applicaiton process. PDF versions of the NOFO and the Application Instructions appear on the right side of this page.
Volunteer Louisiana encourages all eligible organizations to strongly consider this opportunity. This is a very short application window and there are two important deadlines to note:
- A Notice of Intent to Apply is due Monday, June 16, 2014 at 4 pm CST. Failure to submit a Notice of Intent to Apply will render an applicant ineligible to apply.
- Applications are due Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 4pm CST. Successful applicants will be notified no later than June 30.
Applicants will apply to Volunteer Louisiana through the eGrants web-based application system. eGrants may be accessed at http://www.nationalservice.gov/egrants/index.asp, and applicants will choose the FY14 AmeriCorps State Formula NOFO option.
Virtual exercise series helps you get Good and Ready
Baton Rouge professor publishes book on civic engagement
Nominate a young person to be a Hasbro Community Action Hero
Volunteers needed for Eight Days of Hope in Hurricane Isaac recovery
LYAC is a great volunteer opportunity for Louisiana students
Why Litter Stinks
MLK Day 2013
Funds still available for Global Youth Service Day 2013 projects
It’s not too late to plan an MLK Day project
U-High Baton Rouge conducts sports equipment and book donation drive
St. John Parish Long Term Recovery Group establishes website
Join the Super Service Challenge New Orleans
City Year BR Looking for Mid-Year Corps Members
FY 13 AmeriCorps State RFP now available
City Year New Orleans
Volunteer for the Bicentennial Military Parade Nov. 10
Volunteers needed for Library Book Festival October 27 in Baton Rouge
Tell us what you think about volunteering in Louisiana
Become a Super Bowl XLVII volunteer
Show Us Your U
The ABC’s of AmeriCorps
Louisiana Book Festival needs volunteers
Welcome to Volunteer Louisiana
Remembering the 9/11 volunteers
2013 Commission Meeting Dates and Locations
All meetings are 10 am to 2 pm. The public is welcome to attend.
January 9-- --Cancelled. There are no Action Items.
July 12, 2013 10:30 a.m.--Called Commission meeting, 1051 N. Third St., Suite B-62, Baton Rouge, LA
2014 COMMISSION MEETING DATES. Meetings are held at the State Library,
701 N. Fourth St., Baton Rouge from 10 AM TO 2 PM.
The public is welcome to attend.
June 18, 2014
September 10, 2014
December 10, 2014
Hurricane Isaac Response
Tangipahoa CERT classes Sept. 4
We want to hear from you!
Thank YOU to those who have worked for Recovery!
Include Me grants up to $5K available
Shelter Training in Baton Rouge
June 1 marks start of Hurricane Season
Foster Grandparent grant opportunity for Louisiana
Jon Bon Jovi United We Serve PSA
Governor Jindal proclaims Global Youth Service Day April 21
April 15-21 is National Volunteer Week
Wendy Spencer takes helm as CEO of CNCS
Congratulations are in order
$500 mini-grants available for volunteer projects
Join us for Global Youth Service Day April 20-22
Citizen Service Before Self Honors deadline February 10
Lt. Governor Dardenne Urges Service Today
MLK Day Presidential Proclamation
Call for volunteers for Baton Rouge Senior Olympics
Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal
The Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal was established in 1993 to be awarded to members of the United States military (active duty, reserve and National Guard) who perform substantial volunteer service to the local community beyond the duties required by military service. The requirements are that the volunteer service was directed towards the civilian community (including military families), of a significant nature which produces tangible results, and have a direct and sustained impact.
For more information on this award click here:
For a fillable recommendation form click here: