Good Work Network strongly believes in the power of partnerships and actively participates in many collaborations.

Agenda for Children

Agenda for Children was founded to make Louisiana a state in which all children can thrive, by ensuring that the basic needs of children and families are met, that our children are nurtured and well taught, beginning in the early years and continuing through adolescence; that they are protected from harm; and by acting in ways that combat racism and other forms of oppression.

Alliance of Minority Contractors

The Alliance of Minority Contractors assists minority- and women-owned businesses in improving their capacity to compete for construction and construction-related projects, to mitigate fiscal, political, and cultural barriers, and to provide its member support.

Central City Collaborative

The Central City Collaborative works to improve the quality of life of Central City residents. Participating organizations include the Ashe Cultural Center, Central City Renaissance Alliance, NONDC and other neighborhood organizations and citizens.

Louisiana Small Business Development Center

The LSBDC – Greater New Orleans and Bayou Region facilitates the formation and growth of small businesses through individual consulting services, entrepreneurial training programs, and business information resources to develop and diversify the Louisiana economy.

Network for Economic Opportunity

The Network for Economic Opportunity City Collaborative increases employment and contracting opportunities for New Orleans’ Claiborne Corridor residents and businesses thereby creating safer, healthier and more resilient neighborhoods

NOLA Business Alliance

The New Orleans Business Alliance unites a diverse com­mu­nity of stake­hold­ers to cat­alyze job growth, cre­ate wealth, and build an equi­table and sus­tain­able eco­nomic future for the new New Orleans.


StayLocal! connects residents with New Orleans’ local businesses, the cornerstones of our distinctive local character, culture and economy.

U.S. Small Business Administration

The U.S. Small Business Administration was created in 1953 as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns, to preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation.

Youth Empowerment Project

The Youth Empowerment Project provides intensive case management, mentoring, and educational services to at-risk New Orleans youth. The project will strengthen each young person’s capacity to successfully connect with his or her family and community and lay the foundation for a healthy transition to adulthood.