“Envisioning a Better Future for Underprivileged Children, Families, and Disabled Veterans in Louisiana”

Donte Andrew Annie Foundation is an organization that provides access to health and wellness resources, mental health services, and nutrition education. In addition, the nonprofit offers community-based programs that promote education, job training, and financial stability. The organization also provides support for families and children by offering fitness programs, mentoring, and support services. By offering these resources and programs, Donte Andrew Annie Foundation can help improve the quality of life for underprivileged individuals and families in Louisiana.

Inspiration with a Smile

Acy Brown established the Donte Andrew Annie Foundation in light of his beautiful mother, who dedicated over 30 years of her life to serving Grambling State University. She served as a professor and worked tirelessly as the Dean of The College of Business. She was very instrumental in getting the College of Business accredited with the State of Louisiana before she retired. She spent many years ENRICHING, EMPOWERING & EDUCATING the community. Acy's mother's battle with Dementia and Alzheimer's inspired him to create a foundation that provides resources, education, and support to families and individuals affected by Alzheimer's disease. The Donte Andrew Annie Foundation is a testament to the love and care that Acy's mother had for her family and community, and the foundation's commitment to helping families affected by Alzheimer's disease is a reflection of her legacy.

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    Experience the impact of our nonprofit organization as we strive to enhance the livelihoods of underprivileged children, families, and disabled veterans.


    We EMPOWER the community through our health and wellness programs dedicated to underprivileged children, families, and disabled veterans.


    Our nonprofit organization is committed to improving the lives of underprivileged children, families, and disabled veterans through health-focused community programs.