The Neighborhoods Partnership Network (NPN) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization representing a citywide network of neighborhoods and community stakeholders. Its mission is to improve quality of life by engaging New Orleanians, individually and collectively, in neighborhood vitality and civic processes. Established after the Hurricane Katrina disaster, NPN envisions a New Orleans where all neighborhoods are great places to live. We work towards this vision by facilitating neighborhood collaboration, building organizational capacity, increasing access to government and information, and strengthening the voices of individuals and communities across the city.
NPN is guided by a board of community leaders which reflects the diversity of New Orleans neighborhoods. Its work is supported by a staff well-versed in coalition building, government relations and community engagement.
The New Orleans Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, in association with the New Orleans Bar Association's Minorities in the Profession Committee, will sponsor a legal fair on Saturday April 16th from 11am to 2 pm This program is funded by a grant for the American Bar Association and is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Free notarial services and legal assistance will be available from local attorneys concerning several areas of law, including:
Call Kimberly Silas at 504-589-9700 for more information