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Past Issues of NeighborWorks Works

Foreclosure counseling saves homes and money
4/26/2016
Foreclosure counseling saves homes and money
In recent months, most statistics about home foreclosure point to things returning to normal. But normal means as many as 300,000 homeowners will still face foreclosure in 2016. However, financially-troubled homeowners don't have to face the problem alone. Foreclosure prevention counselors have guided more than two million homeowners through the stressful process since 2008 and continue to provide these necessary services.
This Earth Day, find a way to 'go green'
4/19/2016
This Earth Day, find a way to 'go green'
As we prepare to celebrate Earth Day on April 22, there are a few simple things you can do as an individual. Cities also can join the movement by implementing initiatives to improve the health of local residents, reduce pollution and save money.
Tax refunds help Americans make ends meet
4/12/2016
Tax refunds help Americans make ends meet
It’s that time of year when some people are hoping for a little extra income from the government through their tax returns. Despite a growing economy, many Americans are still living paycheck to paycheck and feel forced to use any additional money for daily living expenses.
Measuring community development outcomes
4/5/2016
Measuring community development outcomes
It can often be difficult for organizations to measure the impact of their programs and determine success. We make it easy for our network members and other organizations to measure community impact through Success Measures.
Coaching is key to financial security
3/29/2016
Coaching is key to financial security
Nearly 30 percent of adults do not have an emergency fund to help weather a financial shock, according to a NeighborWorks America survey. The third annual consumer finance survey also showed that 25 percent of adults have only enough money saved to get by for less than one month if they were to suddenly lose their jobs or face some other financial emergency.
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