Empty Bowls 2016 to Take Place in Mid-City


WHAT IS EMPTY BOWLS? Empty Bowls is an international project to fight hunger, personalized by artists and art organizations on a community level, and it will be coming to Baton Rouge on March 19! You are invited to attend this special event and experience a unique fundraising effort that offers access to hundreds of handcrafted […]

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DIG Restaurant Week: January 18-23


DIG Magazine and more than 40 Baton Rouge area restaurants are gearing up for the capital city’s Restaurant Week. Beginning on Monday, January 18, and ending on Saturday, January 23, diners will be able to enjoy three-course pre fixed meals at participating restaurants across the city, with prices ranging from $15 – $35 per person. […]

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Share Happiness


Coca-Cola’s Share Happiness holiday campaign is here! Partnering Associated Food Stores, WAFB-TV and iHeartMedia, Coca-Cola welcomes you to Share Happiness  this holiday season.

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Santa Parades Coming to Local Neighborhoods


The St. George Fire Department will be hosting the annual Santa Parades during the weekends of December 5 & 6 and December 12 & 13 this year. To participate, have any food or funds you would like to donate ready and, as Santa makes his way through your neighborhood, come out to visit us and […]

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Volunteer with the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank

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We couldn’t do what we do without so many of our wonderful volunteers. Put simply, WE NEED YOU!

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10/31 Consortium Halloween Parade


  It’s time for the 10/31 Consortium’s Annual Halloween Parade!  Put on your costume and join 10/31 Consortium for the 2015 Baton Rouge Halloween Parade. 

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2 Mile Hunger Walk: November 1, 2015


About 17% of people in Baton Rouge are food insecure. Food insecurity refers to a situation where a person is not sure from where their next meal will come or whether a meal will come at all.

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Feed A Family 2015


Join the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank, WBRZ and the Baton Rouge Clinic as they host the 31st Feed A Family food drive this October. Beginning on October 1, 2015, this drive will be instrumental in providing food for those in need across the Food Bank’s 11 parish service area. To contribute, simply look for […]

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National Rice Month Event Downtown


The Louisiana Rice Industry and the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank are partnering to proclaim September as National Rice Month and Hunger Action Month.This year the media event will be held at the Capitol Park Museum on Thursday, Sept. 10 at 11 a.m. Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain will present the […]

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CANstruction®’s CANWARS Theme Hits Downtown


Louisiana Arts & Science Museum, AIABR and the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank are excited to present CANstruction® once again beginning August 28th. Downtown Baton Rouge will be home to the 5th annual AIA Baton Rouge CANstruction® event. However, 2015 brings with it a few important firsts. This year, and for the first time ever, […]

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