Frequently Asked Questions
1 What does NOKP do?
NOKP is a voluntary collaboration among those who serve, support, engage and empower children and youth in the Greater New Orleans area. Working together, we develop, share, coordinate and leverage resources so that all children and youth reach their optimal potential. To learn about NOKP’s mission, please read more on our about page.
NOKP is comprised of a council and several working groups. The working groups meet at least once a month and are responsible for completing the tasks defined to achieve the overarching goals. The council meets monthly and consists of all member agencies; here, the working groups debrief member agencies and decision-making occurs.
2 Who can join the New Orleans Kids Partnership?
3 How often does NOKP meet?
The NOKP council meets the first Friday of each month. Site-based and working group meetings usually occur once a month, although dates vary.
4 How can I involve my child or family in specific programs?
NOKP is comprised of many partners who provide youth and family related programs. Please read more about our partners and contact the agencies listed.
5 How can I get programs or services at my school?
NOKP is comprised of many partners who provide direct, in-school services. Please read more about our partners and contact the agency directly.