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NeighborWorks celebrates Women's History Month
2/27/2018
NeighborWorks celebrates Women's History Month
For 40 years, NeighborWorks America and its network members have been committed to supporting women in their roles as leaders, educators, volunteers, entrepreneurs, single parents and first-time homebuyers. In this issue, we share the stories of a few of the women who are strengthening our network and have been empowered by it.
NeighborWorks programs actively support older Americans
2/20/2018
NeighborWorks programs actively support older Americans
NeighborWorks America and its member organizations recognize the importance of helping older adults make safe, informed and healthy decisions, including aging in their own homes. In fact, the NeighborWorks network served more than 7,100 homeowners over the age of 55 with services that included refinancing, reverse mortgages, foreclosure mitigation counseling and obtaining rehabilitation loans in fiscal year 2017. NeighborWorks members also provided more than 958,000 seniors with transportation services, nutrition and wellness programs and education opportunities. Programs such as these allow seniors to remain healthy, active and productive for as long as possible, which is a winning scenario for the entire community.
Sports and community development: A winning team
2/13/2018
Sports and community development: A winning team
They may seem unrelated, but sports can have a positive impact on community development, bringing different groups together, creating shared goals and providing valuable lessons in teamwork, training and hard work—particularly for younger residents.
Black History Month: Creating positive change in communities
2/6/2018
Black History Month: Creating positive change in communities
When he recognized Black History Month officially in 1976, President Gerald Ford asked Americans to "seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history." Since then, every February, we commemorate those contributions, celebrate achievements (and the people who made them) and highlight work yet undone.
Beyond homelessness: the link between health and housing
1/30/2018
Beyond homelessness: the link between health and housing
NeighborWorks America actively explores best practices and helps its network members implement programs to improve the physical and mental health of residents most in need through quality and affordable housing options.
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