Laborde Earles is proud to partner with the Young Women’s Christian Association of Alexandria in efforts to empower children in the community. This comes in collaboration with Alvin Kamara and his Dreambuilders Foundation Program, an organization that has partnered with the firm this fall to support organizations making a positive change in the area.
Laborde Earles met with members of the YWCA in Alexandria on December 12 to present their donation, which will be used primarily to replace scoreboards at the YWCA athletic complex. Once replaced, any additional funds will be used to purchase new sports equipment for the center. The YWCA offers a wide range of facilities for its members including fitness centers, basketball courts, and an Olympic sized pool.
Laborde Earles is thankful for its partnership with Alvin Kamara to support child growth and excellence within the community of Alexandria. The Young Women’s Christian Association’s mission is to eliminate racism and empower women, and it is the firm’s honor to help support such a mission. The YWCA’s emphasis on development of young girls into women of exceptional leadership and character has made them a strong staple of both Alexandria and the state of Louisiana.
If you are interested in supporting your local YWCA, feel free to visit their site to get in contact and start making a difference. For more opportunities to get involved in the surrounding Alexandria community, make sure to follow us in our continuous efforts in neighborhood engagement.