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Helping low- and moderate- income earners build financial security
9/20/2016
Helping low- and moderate- income earners build financial security
The Census Bureau announced last week the U.S. poverty rate decreased 1.2 percentage points. The nation’s official poverty rate in 2015 was 13.5 percent, with 43.1 million people in poverty. This is 3.5 million fewer than in 2014. For many families, proper support is critical to emerging out of poverty. NeighborWorks organizations provide a variety of services that teach people how to set financial goals and build toward them with confidence.
Celebrating Hispanic heritage
9/13/2016
Celebrating Hispanic heritage
People of Hispanic origin make up the largest ethnic minority in the United States at more than 55 million. As we prepare to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage month Sept. 15-Oct. 15, we highlight some of the work that our network organizations are doing to meet the needs of this community.
Managing for success
9/6/2016
Managing for success
As government budgets get tighter, nonprofit organizations are increasingly important to the health and sustainability of communities and their residents. As these groups strive to stay true to their missions and expand their work, strong leadership and effective management are essential for success.
You're hired!
8/30/2016
You're hired!
NeighborWorks America organizations created and maintained nearly 34,000 jobs across the country in fiscal year 2015. Through our network, residents are gaining experience in work ranging from farming to office administration to children’s programming. Here’s a look at a few programs that are helping workers of all ages not only find jobs but develop careers.
Uniting communities through food
8/23/2016
Uniting communities through food
Food has a way of bringing people together. It gives us an opportunity to share our cultural heritage with others and—when fresh and whole—promotes better health. When grown and prepared collectively, it also forges social connections. It’s not surprising, then, that we are seeing an upsurge in community gardens, farmers markets and urban farming.
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