We want to help neighborhood artists create amazing local art!
Highland Restoration Association is willing to provide a matching grant of up to $500 for a Highland artist applying for a Shreveport Regional Arts Council mini artist grant.
Interested artists need only to submit a brief description of their proposed work and estimated project cost along with their name and contact info to [email protected] by Wednesday, June 12.
Our board of directors will select one artist from the pool of applicants to give a letter of support to include in their mini grant application due Friday, June 28. The letter HRA provides will include details on the matching funds the organization plans to provide should the artist be awarded a mini grant.
6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 16 at Noel United Methodist Church, 520 Herndon St.
Join us for a discussion on reducing blight in the Highland neighborhood. Terrence Green, Shreveport’s interim property standards director, will offer insight into how his department processes complaints and the best way for residents to report dilapidated structures in the community. He’ll be joined by Adam Bailey, community planning and design manager for the Shreveport Metropolitan Planning Commission, who will talk about the newly created Historic Preservation Overlay Districts and how the added layer of regulations applies to Highland. Tom Arceneaux, with the Shreveport Implementation and Redevelopment Authority, also will join the conversation.
Join us online on Tuesday, May 7, for the Community Foundation of North Louisiana’s Give for Good 2019.
Give for Good is a 24-hour online day of giving in north Louisiana. The annual event enables community members to discover and engage with nonprofits and make contributions to those they connect with.
Each dollar invested in Highland Restoration Association during Give for Good will aid us with a new initiative to help Highland homeowners over the age of 55 with minor outdoor home improvements. These projects can range from small projects to fence repairs. The more money we raise, the more grants we can award to neighborhood residents.
So we hope we can count on you to show us your #HighlandPride with a donation to the Highland Restoration Association on Tuesday, May 7.
In addition, be sure to stop by our table at Shop for Good on Saturday, May 4, at the Uptown Shopping Center, 4800 Line Ave. We’ll have fun goodies you can take with you to show your #HighlandPride and information on our upcoming projects. In addition, we’ll have our board members on hand to share about neighborhood history and what our organization has been up to this year.
Over 55? Here’s how to apply for our home improvement grants
We started a new initiative this year to help Highland homeowners over the age of 55 with minor outdoor home improvements. These projects can range from small projects to fence repairs.
Highland homeowners over the age of 55 can apply for mini grants through our online application form or they can download the form below and mail it to:
Highland Restoration Association
520 Olive St.
Shreveport, La. 71104
Applications must be received by Thursday, Aug. 1. Repairs will be completed in the fall with grant dollars being put toward material costs. Labor will be covered through the generosity of Highland Restoration Association members. For more information, email us at [email protected].
Be sure to stop by our table at Shop for Good on Saturday, May 4, at the Uptown Shopping Center, 4800 Line Ave. In addition to being able to donate to our Give For Good campaign, which raises money for our senior outreach grants, you’ll be able to grab some fun goodies to show your #HighlandPride. We’ll also have information on upcoming projects, and many of our board members will be on hand to share about neighborhood history and what our organization has been up to this year.
Want to volunteer?
We could use a few more hands to work our table between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 4. If you’re interested in helping out, email HRA President Michele Marcotte at [email protected] Volunteers will help assist with donations through the Give For Good website and hand out neighborhood materials to visitors.