Lafayette

Jan 25, 2013 7:28 PM by Tonya LaCoste/Press Release

Louisiana Lunch money gets partners to help pay for school lunches, donations still needed

Chitimacha Louisiana Open and Dwight Andrus Insurance are partnering with Louisiana Lunch money to ensure children get a hot meal at school. Earlier this week, Louisiana Lunch money announced it had run out of money. The program pays for children who can't afford lunch or for students who forget their lunch. Without the lunch fund, instead of a hot meal, students are given three graham crackers for lunch.

Chitimacha Louisiana Open and Dwight Andrus Insurance have partnered to raise the funds to continue providing meals to children by matching dollar-for-dollar up to $5,000, any donations made to Louisiana Lunch Money. The goal is to turn the combined donations of $10,000 into $20,000, which will operate the non-profit for one school year.

For more information about Louisiana Lunch Money, go to www.louisianalunchmoney.org or facebook. If you would like submit a donatioin, please make checks payable to "LA Lunch Money". Louisiana lunch money partners with

 

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