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 Lifeworks is a "fearless advocate for youth and families seeking their path to self sufficiency. " The Barilla Foundation is proud to help support the LifeWorks organization by committing fives years of financial assistance that will help Lifeworks expand its programming, add housing, and help even more of our neighbors in need.

Creative Action worked with Becker Elementary School to build gardens with the students. The Barilla Foundation is proud to have helped supply funds to help plant gardens that will grow along with the students who helped plant them.

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The Barilla Foundation is proud to have helped Creative Action and Becker Elementary School build gardens with their students. We all see the gardens growing with the students and teaching the students not only where their food comes from but how important it is to care for and be responsible for growing plants and flowers.


Here is the Crockett High School blog post about meeting with The Barilla Foundation and' the students receiving their $8000 grant.


During the 2014-2015 fiscal year The Central Texas Food Bank provided over

33 million pounds of food to central Texans

in need. The Barilla Foundation is very proud

to work with The Central Texas Food Bank to

help continue the legacy of helping our

neighbors stay healthy and thriving.

With a grant from The Barilla Foundation, the Crockett High School theatre students will take their talents to the 2016 National Thespian Festival in Lincoln,Nebraska.There they will be defending their 2015 Group Acting Championship.

The Barilla Foundation is proud to have dedicated three years of support to Break Through Austin. Break Through Austin helps first-generation college students by helping them navigate school, social connections, family, and finances from 6th grade through college graduation. Both Break Through Austin and The Barilla Foundation believe that we can better our community by helping educate and make better the lives of those  who will inherit it.

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