What do Signs of Suicide, Parenting for All, 4th JDC Youth Services Planning Board, SHARE Pregnancy Loss and Support, the Fatherhood Network, Dia de la Familia, All Children's Day and Family Field Day all have in common? They are all currently supported by membership dollars. Your membership allows us to bridge the funding gaps and continue to offer essential services to the community. 

By joining the Children’s Coalition today you become part of an alliance dedicated to working together to identify and address critical issues related to children and families in our community. Your continued support is essential to our ability to meet the specific needs of our community in all four focus areas: Early Childhood, Parenting, Healthy Living and Youth Development. 








Joining the Coalition not only helps us to meet community needs, but it also provides you with tangible benefits that will help you, your family and your community thrive.

Family Membership ($25-$75)
You can login to our Members Only pages on the website to access resource databases, participate in Legislative and Parenting Forums, and be the first to receive information about important issues and events relating to children and youth.

Professional Membership ($100-$250)
In addition to accessing our Members Only features, you will receive 50% off our What Works Conference, workshops and trainings, and the Coalition Multi-Media Room. 

Community Partner ($300-$450)
As a community partner, you can post your events on the community calendar and use the Coalition board room to collaborate with community organizations. You can also send three employees from your organization at 50% off rate for the What Works Conference

Supporting Partners ($500-$1,000)
At this highest level of membership, the Coalition provides a link to your organization website on their website and includes you as a partner on print media. You can also send five employees from your organization at 50% off rate for the What Works Conference.



We need you to provide a strong and consistent base of support to meet specific community needs—without having to rely on the agenda of a government funder.

In this way, the Children’s Coalition for Northeast Louisiana can fulfill its primary mission of collaborating with partner agencies to identify and address critical issues related to children and youth in our community, facilitating change by bringing together people and programs to meet those needs, and educating parents, professionals and policy-maker on “what works” for children in our community.