Sponsors & Partners

To date, 1,277 people have found a true home due to the work of Providence and the partners listed below:

American Red Cross | Ascension Health | Baptist Community Ministries | Blue Moon Fund | Cafe Reconcile | Catholic Charities,  Archdiocese of New Orleans | Capital One | Catholic Charities USA |  Charles A. Frueauff Foundation | Christopher Homes |City of New Orleans | Covenant House | Credit Suisse | Deutsche Bank | Fannie Mae | Freddie Mac | Gifts in Kind | Home Depot | Goldman Sachs | Goldring Family Foundation | Grantmakers in Aging | Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance | Greater New Orleans Foundation | Greater Tremé Consortium | Habitat for Humanity | Hispanic Apostolate | IberiaBank | JP Morgan Chase Foundation | The Kelly Gang | Louisiana Housing Finance Agency | Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation | Louisiana Recovery Authority | Marist Fathers & Brothers | Marriott | Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation | Massachusetts Institute of Technology | University of Nebraska | National Association of Minority Contractors | NONDC | Order of Malta | PACE | University of Pennsylvania | PICO/LIFT | PNOLA | Police Foundation – Weed & Seed | Puentes New Orleans, Inc. | Rebuilding Together | Renewal Housing Partnership | Rockefeller Foundation | RosaMary Foundation | Salvation Army | SC Ministry Foundation | Second Harvest Food Bank | Sisters of the Holy Family | Sisters of Mercy | Total Community Action – Head Start | Tremé for Tremé | Tulane/Canal Neighborhood Development Corporation | Tulane School of Architecture and URBAN Build Program | The Urban League | UJAMAA Community Development Corporation | U.S. Department of Housing, Urban, and Development | Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust | Woldenberg Foundation | YMCA of Greater New Orleans

Enterprise

Enterprise

Providence is supported by a partnership with Enterprise. Since 1982, Enterprise has produced more than 340,000 affordable homes and touched millions of lives.  To date, they have invested $18.6 billion improving low-income communities nationwide. Enterprise develops and supports innovative models that give people with limited incomes the tools and opportunities to become self-sufficient.  For years, they have also helped policymakers develop solutions to housing and economic development challenges facing our nation.  Enterprise focuses on three catalysts for systemic change: impact capital, innovative solutions on the ground and transformative public policy. One of America’s original social enterprises, Enterprise brings together the people and resources to create affordable housing in strong neighborhoods.
L + M Development

L + M Development

Providence is fortunate to also work with L+M Development Partners, Inc. on our work at Faubourg Lafitte.  Since 1984, L+M  has been an innovator in developing quality affordable, mixed-income and market rate housing, while improving the neighborhoods in which it works. A full-service firm, L+M works from conception to completion, handling development, investment, construction, and management with creativity that leads the industry. L+M is responsible for more than $2.5 billion in development, construction and investment and has created or preserved more than 15,000 high-quality residential units. Community leaders, government officials and institutional investor organizations turn to L+M because of its consistent track record of excellence. L+M is a double bottom line company, where its success is measured not only in financial returns but also by the positive impact it makes.

L+M takes pride in its long-standing dedication to the communities it serves, demonstrated through an annual scholarship fund, job training programs, afterschool programs, and substantial support for local nonprofits. L+M brings a superior level of commitment to its investments in developments, and equally important, to its investment in people.

NeighborWorks America

NeighborWorks America

We are also grateful for our partners at NeighborWorks America. For more than 35 years, NeighborWorks America has created opportunities for people to improve their lives and strengthen their communities by providing access to homeownership and to safe and affordable rental housing. In the last five years, NeighborWorks organizations have generated more than $24.5 billion in reinvestment in these communities. NeighborWorks America is the nation’s leading trainer of community development and affordable housing professionals. For their latest impact numbers: http://www.neighborworks.org/Our-Impact/Annual-Infographics