This Saturday marks the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. The decade that followed this large-scale disaster has been one of profound change for the city of New Orleans. Hurricane Katrina created visibility to the need for remediation, which in turn attracted substantial financial resources. As a result, New Orleans experienced the significant expansion of non-profits and, more broadly, mission-driven organizations. However, the influx of capital has slowed in recent years due to a perceived reduced need for resources. In our latest whitepaper, we examine the opportunity for mission-driven organizations to work together to maximize the allocation of available funds, enhance social efficacy, and ultimately reach a higher level of sustainability.