Join us in supporting local charities!
Bring Non Perishable Food
DROP IN THE BIG POT
For this L.A. Gumbo Festival Tailgate Edition, the renowned 4,000-lb.
pot that normally serves the “World’s Largest Bowl of Gumbo” will
be used for different purposes. Attendees will have the opportunity to
place non-perishable food items in the pot, all of which will be donated to
Island Mobile Pantry
Habitat for Humanity
In December 1990, a small group of community members met in a Sunday school classroom and began to organize what would eventually become Habitat for Humanity of Baldwin County. With the common goal created by Habitat founder Millard Fuller to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness, the volunteers embarked on their first effort, renovating a house in Stapleton. On July 1, 1992, Habitat for Humanity of Baldwin County was given affiliate status by Habitat for Humanity International.
Habitat for Humanity of Baldwin County continues to grow, building environmentally friendly homes in partnership with families in Baldwin County. To date Habitat has built 100 homes and served many more families in our communities. Through God’s vision, Habitat brings together volunteers, donors and communities to ensure that everyone has a decent place to live.