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Past Issues of NeighborWorks Works

How community development fights hunger
9/12/2017
How community development fights hunger
While the prevalance of hunger in the United States has dropped, in the land of plenty, millions of Americans still are chronically hungry. According to newly released data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, more than 41 million people lived in food-insecure households in 2016 — meaning that sometime during the year, they did not get enough to eat.
Feeding the economy with food businesses
9/5/2017
Feeding the economy with food businesses
According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, there are nearly 29 million small businesses in the United States that employ millions of Americans. Many of these operations are in the food industry, everything from shared commercial kitchens to cupcake shops to mobile food trucks.
Responding when disaster hits
8/29/2017
Responding when disaster hits
The road back for any community following a disaster of this magnitude is arduous. NeighborWorks America and its network have a tradition of serving communities hard hit by disaster — helping them to rebuild, prepare for future emergencies and engage residents in the process. In this issue, we take a look at how members of the NeighborWorks network work in their communities to weather the storm during a disaster.
Preparing parents and students for back to school
8/22/2017
Preparing parents and students for back to school
Millions of students around the country are already back the classroom while others are preparing to bid their summer vacation a final farewell before the school year begins. In this issue, we take a look at how NeighborWorks network groups help kids have a successful school experience through programs that range from "walking school buses" to classes for parents to innovative story telling performances.
Job training key to economic
8/15/2017
Job training key to economic
Why does income inequality continue to worsen despite an increasing number of initiatives and programs designed to improve the financial status of low- and moderate-income people? Financial knowledge and skills alone won’t improve a person’s situation when there is limited access to support, resources and opportunities.
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