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Past Issues of NeighborWorks Works

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.
Creating places of opportunity
8/16/2016
Creating places of opportunity
Throughout 2016, NeighborWorks America has examined best practices for creating economic opportunity for everyone. During our NeighborWorks Training Institute in Detroit, we held the third in a four-part symposia series on this issue. Hundreds of community development professionals joined us to learn more about how we can make all communities places of opportunity.
School success starts at home
8/9/2016
School success starts at home
According to new research by Brookings, some low-income youth who feel they can never achieve a middle-class lifestyle are opting to just drop out of high school. However, many of our network organizations understand the connection between home and school success and offer a variety of programs that help students reach their academic goals.
Recreation boosts community development
8/2/2016
Recreation boosts community development
From Aug. 5-21, millions of people around the world will tune in to watch the 2016 Olympics in Brazil. For those athletes, the journey to Rio required focus, dedication and persistence. Some NeighborWorks network organizations offer sports and recreation programs that cultivate those same values in local residents.
Creating economic opportunity in rural America
7/26/2016
Creating economic opportunity in rural America
Rural communities are home to 19 percent of Americans. The open space and lack of congestion can be attractive to many; however, rural-living is not without challenges. NeighborWorks America is committed to supporting rural communities.
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