Faith Walk Enterprises assist churches in the creation of social ministries and serves as a faith-based liaison with community-based organizations to establish partnerships and enhance capacity building to service those directly or indirectly affected by social issues such as domestic violence, addiction, mental illness, HIV/AIDS, nutritional education, etc.

Through our collaboration with community based organizations, we are able to provide church ministries with experienced professionals and expert services that enables access to education, advocacy, intervention, prevention, outreach, recovery, counseling, etc.

For more information on becoming a partner or to get help establishing a social ministry, go to our Contact Us page and send us your contact information.



Gary Hughes
Sales Leader – Inside Sales & Agents at Equifax

“Earlene and I have worked together several times to present Sallie Mae’s financial literacy program to her clients. Over the years I have found Earlene to be well prepared and versed on the material for her portion of the presentation. It is easy to see that her clients enjoy her passion for the subject matter and for helping her fellow citizen.

I know that I can always count on Earlene to be prepared and I know what she expects from me. I consider her a credible, valuable partner and have referenced potential new business opportunities to her.”


Nadia Charmelus
Realtor, Signing Agent and Mediator

“Earlene is an excellent communicator and motivator. She is experienced in training, public speaking and management. She is a published author. I highly recommend her.”


Norma Goodwin
Founder, President & CEO at Health Power for Minorities, LLC

“I had the pleasure of working with Earlene Greene and Faith Walk Enterprises in conducting focus groups and related market research focusing on improving the health and well-being of minority youths – “tweens” and teens in the process of our developing innovative methods for website and other digital interventions for health improvement.

Earlene’s contributions exhibited both her expertise, reach and skills related to community outreach, development and communication.”




Connect Faith                                                   Health Power for Minorities 


New York Recovery Community Coalition

AIDS Center of Queens County                                            

Association of Substance Abuse Programs                        

Bronx Community Recovery Center                                    

Brooklyn AIDS Task Force/Open Door Program                

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.                                        

Greater Allan AME Cathedral                                              

Help/PSI, INC                                                                        

Judah Int’l Christian Center, Inc.                                      


Memorial Baptist Church                                                

Mt. Neboh                                                                        


Alpha Schools

Brandon’s House 

Brooklyn Recovery Center

Church of God of East Flatbush

Friends of Recovery NY

Greenhope Services for Women

The Isaiah Project

Latino Commission on AIDS

Sports Foundation, Inc.

St. Luke

St. Raphael Baptist Church

United Bronx Parents, Inc.

The Safe Homes Project of Good Shepherd Services:
Hotline Number:718-499-2151 Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-621-HOPE

Joyce Nicholas, LCSW-R, ACSW,BCD-
Top Development Corp./DOVE Domestic Violence Program
(718) 451-1020

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