Louisiana Businesses Now Eligible for Disaster Loans (3.20.2020)

Small businesses in New Orleans are now eligible for federal disaster-loan assistance through the Small Business Administration. Gov. John Bel Edwards announced the availability of these […]

Councilmember Kristin Palmer and Partners to Offer Meals and Non-perishable Food Items to Local Seniors and Hospitality Workers (3.19.2020)

In partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank, District “C” Councilmember Kristin Gisleson Palmer will be providing a free drive-up food pantry for hospitality and gig economy […]

City of New Orleans Waives Fines, Fees, Interest, and Penalties on Sales Tax Payments (3.17.2020)

Mayor LaToya Cantrell today announced that, response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the City of New Orleans is waiving fines, fees, interest and penalties on sales tax […]

Gig Economy Relief Fund – $100K Committed (3.17.2020)

As a result of the current and anticipated local economic impact of COVID-19, the New Orleans Business Alliance (NOLABA) has set up a dedicated relief fund […]