Louisiana PTA is enormously proud of its educational child advocacy work over the last 100 years! To observe this important milestone, LAPTA planned many special events, programs, and grants, including the exciting Centennial Celebration in Baton Rouge on March 24 & 25, 2023. Become a LAPTA Friend and align yourself to the mission and vision of supporting all children and families.
Why do we PTA? To make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and
empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, LAPTA offers different avenues to help all children reach their potential by utilizing 54 grants, more than 225 awards, and dozens of programs for teachers, students, and local PTAs. The innovative programs and grants focus on topics such as STEM, literacy, mental health, student leadership, comprehensive arts programs, healthy earth, anti-bullying, anti-drug, sustainability, inclusion, diversity, internet safety, community outreach, and much more. Can you get behind these successful programs?
Louisiana PTA represents more than 811,000 students from Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12.
Philanthropic work, especially when it involves children and their education, makes a significant impact on the community. Join forces with LAPTA’s nonpartisan, nonsectarian, and noncommercial advocacy work and we all will benefit. Meet with LAPTA to discuss what works best for you among the different partnering opportunities. Find the Package Levels and their perks and benefits on the next page. Custom levels and multi-year commitments are available.
To become a Friend of LAPTA, a Vendor or Mission Partner at the Fall Training, or make a general donation, please go to FriendsofLAPTA.CheddarUp.com.
LAPTA sincerely appreciates your time and resources and looks forward to getting to know you better. Everyone on our Board of Directors is a volunteer because we all believe in our mission that much!
Why do we PTA? To make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.