Support Us

Here’s your chance to support GRoW one more time! And it can’t get much easier than this: The Whole Foods Market, located at 300 North Broad Street, has designated Wednesday, August 5, 2015, as “GRoW Day.” Five percent of that day’s net sales will be donated to New Orleans Kids Partnership and Young Audiences of Louisiana for their work together on the Great Resources Whereyat (“GRoW”) program.


What is NOKP?

New Orleans Kids Partnership is a voluntary collaboration of 40 partner organizations that offer and support direct services to underserved children in New Orleans. The mission of NOKP is to expand access to high quality services for children, youth and families in Greater New Orleans through collective impact.


How Does NOKP Work?

NOKP Working Groups produce collaborative campaigns, events, projects, publications and learning opportunities that lead to improved academic, health and vocational outcomes for children. 


What is NOKP Working On?

Some of our 2015 projects include Louisiana Mentor Match, NOLA SmartCard, 5 Promises Census, Connect 2 Educate Services Directory, and GRoW – Great Reading Where Y’At. 

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GRoW: Great READING Where Y’At

GRoW is bringing great resources to your community. This time we are here to celebrate early literacy and the joy of reading. Please join us every Tuesday between February 24th and May 19th to practice the building skills your child needs to be ready to read. Free dinner, books, door prizes, childcare, and transportation, as well as special events and celebrations to look forward to!

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The NOKP Dashboard page is an at-a-glance visual representation of the projects our partners are currently working on. With one look, you can learn our outputs, outcomes and the progress we are making on each project.


Backbone Fund

The NOKP Backbone Fund Campaign is a project designed to build the funds, so greatly needed and so difficult to acquire through traditional funding sources, to support the general operating costs needed to ensure the success of our “Collective Impact” work.

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