Shreveport Bossier Zombie Walk

Posted on: 09-22-2016

The undead are coming back after a hiatus to help the community of the living on October 1 from 4-9... More

Hunger Action Month 2016

Posted on: 09-01-2016

September is Hunger Action Month and the Food Bank is making plans to raise awareness about the issue of hunger... More

Red River Revel

Posted on: 09-01-2016

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Food Bank Job Opening - Development Director

Posted on: 06-24-2016

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Empty Bowls 2014 - 04-16-2014

Empty Bowls 2014


Empty Bowls is the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana’s main fundraiser of the year. This year’s luncheon and dinner events will be held at the Eldorado Casino and Hotel on Thursday, June 5th at 6 pm. Attendees will enjoy a modest dinner featuring soups, bread, dessert and a beverage. Hand painted ceramic bowls as well as donated goods and services are auctioned off in a silent auction during the dinner event. Every attendee receives a bowl of their choice during the events. These bowls serve to remind the attendees of all the empty bowls in our community that do not get filled. During the dinner event the Food Bank honors an outstanding partner agency. 

 


Purchase Empty Bowls tickets here: http://foodbanknla.tix.com

 

 

Purchase Ultimate Raffle Prize Tickets here:

http://goo.gl/jZC4Bp

 

 

 

For more information on Empty Bowls. Contact #318-675-2400 ext.111 or development@foodbanknla.org 

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