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Unpacking power, privilege and prejudice: Resident volunteers learn to lead with eye on diversity at national NeighborWorks training
On Oct. 27-30, NeighborWorks America will bring more than 400 resident leaders from across the country together in Charlotte, North Carolina, for leadership training and to create action plans at the annual Community Leadership Institute. 
Expert available to discuss how mortgage lending hinders housing in Native communities
November is Native American Heritage Month. NeighborWorks America’s expert is available to comment on issues locking Native American people out of homeownership, such as mortgage lending, credit issues and the short supply of housing industry professionals. With more than 25 years of history in mortgage lending on Tribal Trust and Restricted Lands, NeighborWorks America offers a unique perspective and lessons learned that can be applied now to help this population own homes and build wealth.
NeighborWorks America awards more than $1.5 million in grants to nonprofits for rebuilding and relief efforts in disaster-stricken communities
Today NeighborWorks America announced that this week it will award more than $1.5 million in grants to 18 NeighborWorks network organizations in communities directly impacted by Hurricane Fiona and other disasters. Four nonprofits will use the grants to provide urgent supplies and necessities, such as food and generators, to Puerto Rico residents in the wake of Hurricane Fiona. Additionally, 14 organizations will use the grants to help with disaster-related impacts ranging from storm-damaged housing in Alaska to flood- and tornado-ravaged homes in Kentucky. 
NeighborWorks America's annual survey identifies increased need for financial guidance and homeownership education, widening homeownership gap
The results of the newly released annual Housing and Financial Capability Survey from NeighborWorks America reveal that a significant and growing share of the American public place value on owning a home (61%) but believe their financial situation is an obstacle to making progress toward longer-term financial and housing stability.
Outpriced but not out of luck: NeighborWorks America housing experts weigh in on helping people find and keep homes
NeighborWorks America's Vice President of National Homeownership Programs Noelle Melton and Vice President of National Initiatives Tonya Tyler are leading efforts to help ensure that people can afford to own homes, understand what is needed to stay in them, and know what resources are available. 
NeighborWorks America celebrates NeighborWorks Week and positive impact of empowering communities, creating housing stability
NeighborWorks Week is recognized annually during the first week of June. The 39th year of the weeklong celebration this year falls on June 4-11 and the NeighborWorks network of service organizations will celebrate "Empowering Communities for Success."
NeighborWorks America names Arturo Weldon as chief information officer
Arturo Weldon will serve as NeighborWorks America's executive vice president and chief information officer and will join NeighborWorks America's officers in executive management and lead information technology and services operations.
NeighborWorks America provides more than $78 million in grants to its network to expand access to affordable housing
NeighborWorks America will award more than $78 million in grants to the 247 nonprofits that make up the NeighborWorks network to expand affordable housing. 
NeighborWorks America honors top change makers with award
As many communities of color continue to struggle to build generational wealth and cope with the ramifications of a lack thereof, one leader is helping reclaim land for Black families and correct past wrongs. Kavon Ward is one of six individuals NeighborWorks America awarded its annual Dorothy Richardson Awards for Resident Leadership in a virtual ceremony on March 30. All honorees are creating access to opportunities and helping develop solutions to critical community issues.
NeighborWorks America Expert Available to Discuss ‘Shared Ownership’ Housing Models

Now, as low inventory has caused home prices to soar and many people have spent a large part of the year unsuccessfully searching for an affordable home, nontraditional times call for nontraditional paths so people can become homeowners. One innovative homeownership path is shared equity housing.

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