The Beignet Fest Foundation’s Community Corner promotes our partners and events in the community that serve children with developmental differences. We’re also offering online resources for kids that may need help understanding COVID-19.
oin us for a family meet-up at the World War II museum's monthly Sensory Friendly morning on February 25, 2023. During this time, the museum will provide a more accessible environment including reduced noise in certain exhibits. A social story will be provided to all who register and sensory bags will be available on site. Admission to the museum is free for Sensory-Friendly Mornings from 8:00am-9:00am. The modified experience will last until 12:00pm. For more information and to reserve your tickets, click the Learn More link belowLearn More
The Festival is our major fundraiser to raise funds to be used for services, empowerment, education, and supporting Autistic individuals and their families by in the Greater New Orleans area. Autistic individuals of all ages and their families will have the opportunity to make connections with local businesses and nonprofits who provide services to the Autism community, while enjoying food, music, games, and performances in an inclusive environment.Learn More
The Food & Family Project uses cooking classes and shared food experiences to cultivate better connections in foster, adoptive and blended families. The Food & Family Project aims to learn more about relationships among foster family members and ways to strengthen those relationships. You can find out more info below.Learn More
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