At Link Restaurant Group, we are proud of the strong ties we have in our community. We are committed to making New Orleans a better place through many philanthropic efforts throughout the year. The following is a list of some of the organizations we are proud to support:
Nola Green Roots
The mission of Nola Green Roots is to build sustainable communities through growing gardens. By developing community gardens, they teach youth, low-income residents, and senior citizens how to grow fresh fruits and vegetables at a low cost. These community gardens provide access to fresh produce and plants as well as lessons on satisfying labor needs, improving neighborhoods, building a sense of community, and connecting to the environment. We provide Nola Green Roots with our compostables every week to ensure nutrient rich soil for the gardens.
If you want to help please visit: http://nolagreenroots.com
The mission of Kingsley House is to educate children, strengthen families and build community.
Kingsley House is dedicated to improving the quality of life in Southeast Louisiana by collaboratively working with others to build a comprehensive system of services and resources that meet the needs of our recovering community. We help Kingsley House in many ways including being a founding chef participant in Boudin and Beer. Boudin and Beer is a new outdoor charity food and music celebration in which a portion of proceeds goes to Kingsley House.
If you want to help please visit: http://boudinandbeer.com
If you want to help please visit: http://kingsleyhouse.org
The mission of the Tipitina’s Foundation is to support Louisiana’s and New Orleans’ irreplaceable music community and preserve the state’s unique musical cultures. The Foundation works to support childhood music education, the professional development of adult musicians, and the increased profile and viability of Louisiana music as a cultural, educational, and economic resource.
If you want to help please visit: http://tipitinasfoundation.org
The mission of Alex’s Lemonade is to raise money and awareness of childhood cancer causes, primarily research into new treatments and cures, and to encourage and empower others, especially children, to get involved and make a difference for children with cancer.
If you want to help please visit: http://www.alexslemonade.org
Southern Foodways Alliance
The mission of the Southern Foodways Alliance is to document, study, and celebrate the diverse food cultures of the changing American South. They set a common table where black and white, rich and poor — all who gather — may consider our history and our future in a spirit of reconciliation.
If you want to help please visit: http://southernfoodways.org
The mission of Chefs Collaborative is to work with chefs and the greater food community to celebrate local foods and foster a more sustainable food supply. The Collaborative inspires action by translating information about our food into tools for making knowledgeable purchasing decisions. Through these actions, our members embrace seasonality, preserve diversity and traditional practices, and support local economies.
If you want to help please visit: http://chefscollaborative.org
The mission of Edible Schoolyard New Orleans is to change the way kids eats, learn and live art FirstLine Schools in New Orleans. Their goal is to improve the long-term well being of the students, families and school community. The programs include: Edoble gardening, Kitchen Programming, Cafeteria Meals Program, and Community and Family Programming.
If you want to help please visit: http://esynola.org
Hogs for the Cause
The mission of Hogs for the Cause is to provide aid and relief of those variable expenses and economic burdens which families face while their child is being treated for pediatric brain cancer. Hogs for the Cause will operate as the premier funding source for pediatric brain cancer outreach services in the United States.
If you want to help please visit: http://hogsforthecause.org
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
The mission of The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, University of New Orleans, is to broaden the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the visual arts and culture of the American South through its permanent collections, changing exhibitions, educational programs, publications, research center, and its Goldring-Woldenberg Institute for the Advancement of Southern Art and Culture. We support The Ogden Museum by participating in the annual “O What a Night” fundraising gala each October.
If you want to help please visit: http://ogdenmuseum.org