From the GNOF Community
Posted November 14, 2013 No Comments
An infant is given the opportunity of early health care and goes on to accomplish great things in life. Hope Rises. A young child receives the opportunity of a strong early childhood education and goes on to be a teacher. Hope rises. A fisherman is given the opportunity to start his own business, again, hope rises.
When you join the Greater New Orleans Foundation as a Partner in Philanthropy, your generosity gives hope a fighting chance. You are the key that unlocks our community’s greatness. Your support is essential to the creation of a better future and greater opportunity for all who live in our city and region. With your help, all things are possible.
Altruist – $20,000+
Leader – $10,000+
Sustainer – $5,000+
Benefactor – $2,500+
Patron – $1,000+
Sponsor – $500+
Other (unspecified donations are always welcome)
You may also make a donation by sending your check to:
Greater New Orleans Foundation
1055 St. Charles Ave, Ste 100
New Orleans, LA 70130
Please make your check payable to the Greater New Orleans Foundation and write “Partner in Philanthropy” on the memo line.
Your generous support allows us to make meaningful changes in New Orleans and in the surrounding 13-parish area that we serve, including:
Strengthening nonprofits by conducting over 100 training sessions for 250 nonprofits, resulting in a stronger, more effective nonprofit community.
Working with the Ford Foundation on a multiple-year initiative that connects people with decent jobs, efficient transit, and affordable housing.
Launching Pitch It! The Innovation Challenge that rewards novel ideas in the human services field.
Partnering with the Urban Institute to offer workshops that provide local stakeholders with national best practices on surface water management.
Forming a successful workforce pilot training program with Ochsner Health System and Delgado Community College resulting in jobs for 50 people in the healthcare field, with more jobs and more jobseekers in the pipeline.
Releasing a report through the Stand Up for Our Children initiative that confirms how ready (or not) our children are for kindergarten.
Collaborating with Mayor Landrieu and the City of New Orleans on NOLA for Life to identify nonprofits working to reduce the city’s murder rate.
Creating plans for a new Center for Philanthropy that will provide a much-needed nonprofit training center and new offices for the Greater New Orleans Foundation on historic Lee Circle.
This is your opportunity to shine.