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Past Issues of NeighborWorks Works

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.
New crop of farmers growing across the country
8/8/2017
New crop of farmers growing across the country
The rise of farmers markets is yielding fresher foods for many low-resource Americans and supporting a new type of farmer. The farmers are younger, more entrepreneurial and willing to skip the wholesalers. More than 15 percent of farmers market vendors are under 35. Selling their crops in a market environment offers them an inexpensive way to enter the industry, grow their businesses and meet the demand for local foods.
Police-community partnerships help communities flourish
8/1/2017
Police-community partnerships help communities flourish
Thousands of residents in neighborhoods across the country will celebrate police-community partnerships as part of National Night Out, held annually the first Tuesday of August. Resident safety is a priority for many organizations in the NeighborWorks network. Here’s a look at some successful police-community partnerships.
Supporting the rights of people with disabilities
7/25/2017
Supporting the rights of people with disabilities
Millions of Americans live with an intellectual, developmental or physical disability. July 26 marks the 27th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA mandates that people with disabilities have the same rights and opportunities as everyone else. NeighborWorks is committed to creating opportunities for all people to live in affordable homes, improve their lives and strengthen their communities.
Help kids maintain an academic and nutritious advantage during the ...
7/18/2017
Help kids maintain an academic and nutritious advantage during the summer
Summer is a time when many children trade in their books for beach time. On average, students lose about two months of reading skills over the summer. It also can be a period when some go without eating a healthy meal. More than 30 million students rely on free or reduced-priced school meals and when school is closed, food choices are limited.
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