Capital One Bank Volunteers Invest In An Healthier New Orleans

Top row, from left: Tammy Prats, Martha Sunsin, Julie Nosser, Randi Hebert, Cheryl Denenea, Mary Miller, Kim Wirth, Santana Uthaisang and Harrison Smith. Bottom row, from left, Gayle Britz, Katie Mashburn, Brandon Simons, Lisa Morton, Eliska Otillio, Olivia Mertensmeyer and David Mialaret.

NEW ORLEANS – Sixteen volunteers from Capital One Bank invested in a healthier community by working alongside young leaders of the Grow Dat Youth Farm in New Orleans.

         At Grow Dat Youth Farm, young leaders work collaboratively to produce healthy food for local residents and to inspire youth and adults to create personal, social and environmental change in their own communities.

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L to R: Capital One Bank volunteers Katie Mashburn and Eliska Otillio plant fruit and vegetables at Grow Dat Youth Farm, an organization that invests in New Orleans by inspiring youth and adults to create personal, social and environmental change in their own communities by engaging in the meaningful work of growing healthy food. And Capital One Bank volunteers Randi Hebert and Lisa Morton learn about local, sustainable farming techniques at Grow Dat Youth Farm in New Orleans.

 

 

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