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Past Issues of NeighborWorks Works

Communities work to break cycle of rural poverty
4/24/2018
Communities work to break cycle of rural poverty
Persistent poverty is an enduring problem in rural areas of the United States, which account for approximately 20 percent of the nation's population. Geographic isolation, disinvestment, and lack of resources and economic opportunities all contribute to high poverty—particularly in rural areas. Rural nonprofits face unique challenges as they work to strengthen their communities and provide affordable homeownership and rental options.
Earth Day 2018: Supporting healthy, energy-efficient communities
4/17/2018
Earth Day 2018: Supporting healthy, energy-efficient communities
Earth Day is a global event. According to organizers, more than 1 billion people in 192 countries take part in what is the largest civic-focused day of action in the world. The focus for 2018 is elimination of plastic pollution, in addition to other issues that affect the health of communities.
It's tax season: A perfect time for financial education
4/10/2018
It's tax season: A perfect time for financial education
Whether trying to invest for the future, save for a home or pay down debt, tax refunds can provide a boost in helping low- and moderate-income residents reach their financial goals. NeighborWorks America and its national network of members offer financial capability training, tools and other resources to help people in communities throughout the United States make informed decisions about their money.
Flooding and natural disasters: Responding to the worst brings out ...
4/3/2018
Flooding and natural disasters: Responding to the worst brings out the best
Collectively, disasters caused $306 billion in total damage in 2017, with 16 events that caused more than $1 billion in damage each, based on National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's figures. The bulk of the destruction, at $265 billion, came from hurricanes. NeighborWorks America and its network of member organizations were quick to respond during these emergencies and continue to help long after the floodwaters have receded, working closely in affected areas to provide support.
Financial capability: Building knowhow and nest eggs
3/27/2018
Financial capability: Building knowhow and nest eggs
April is National Financial Literacy Month, an ideal time to focus on the importance of teaching Americans—from all walks of life, but particularly for those with low to moderate incomes—how to establish sound and savvy monetary habits that include saving, budgeting, maintaining good credit, planning for retirement and preparing for unexpected financial events.
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