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NeighborWorks member helps farmworker become college graduate
9/5/2017
NeighborWorks member helps farmworker become college graduate
In addition to providing safe, affordable housing for farmworker families, Tierra del Sol connects families to other resources in the community.
The best move ever: We didn't have to move
8/31/2017
The best move ever: We didn't have to move
Sometimes One Roof Community Housing in Duluth, Minnesota, is able to do more than just lend money to fix a roof or replace a water heater.
Digital storytelling encourages community engagement
8/22/2017
Digital storytelling encourages community engagement
Elderly and disabled residents were able to share their stories with the broader community through a digital storytelling project created by Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services.
The Walking School Bus safely transports Rhode Island children
8/18/2017
The Walking School Bus safely transports Rhode Island children
When students were not able to get to school on time, ONE Neighborhood Builders partnered with YMCA of Greater Providence and the William D'Abate Elementary School to start a walk-to-school program.
Funding helps Native-American community college expand
8/16/2017
Funding helps Native-American community college expand
When Native American students had to endure a long walk for basic student services, NeighborWorks member Midwest Minnesota Community Development Corp. helped shorten the trek.
Once upon a 'Story Time': Program promotes reading
8/11/2017
Once upon a 'Story Time': Program promotes reading
Created in 2015, Story Time evolved from another educational program Good oversaw called Family Time, which is geared toward preschool-aged children and school readiness.
Frog Hollow: a slice of restored Americana
8/8/2017
Frog Hollow: a slice of restored Americana
In 1989, Mutual Housing Association of Greater Hartford (MHAGH) embarked on what would become a 30-year commitment to restoring a neighborhood named for the frogs that inhabited the banks of the Park River.
Program creates high-paying career opportunities for low-income fam...
8/4/2017
Program creates high-paying career opportunities for low-income families
CAP Tulsa uses a two-generation approach to address intergenerational poverty.
Developing a resource
8/3/2017
Developing a resource
NeighborWorks Umpqua addressed two issues that faced the Umpqua community, helping commercial builders and residents who need low-cost home repair.
Overcoming zoning obstacles to create affordable homes for families
8/2/2017
Overcoming zoning obstacles to create affordable homes for families
Boulder's decades-old Open Space preservation ordinance and subsequent planning regulations have created a beautiful and well-planned city, but one with little land available for development or growth. As a result, working families are effectively priced out of this real estate market.
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