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NeighborWorks responds to Hurricane Harvey
Many NeighborWorks America employees worked to help residents impacted by the hurricanes that hit Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico.

Ana Rodriguez: Refusing to be sidelined
Ana Rodriguez banded together with other residents and Lawrence Community Works to ensure that revitalization included an adequate supply of housing affordable for lower-income families.
Maxine Woodside: Always focused on those in greater need
For Maxine Delores Hill Woodside, adversity at a young age also bred inspiration and a burning desire to help others.
Rich Clegg: Following his calling
When NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire adopted a revitalization plan for the neighborhood, Rich Clegg stepped up to become a moving force in its implementation. 
Janet Simmons: Stepping up when a leader is needed
Janet acted quickly to organize her neighbors, and enlisted help from HOME Line, a tenant-advocacy nonprofit, and NeighborWorks member Aeon.
Marie Miller: Restoring trust between police and community
Marie Miller had grown up in an inner-city Boston neighborhood, and Roxbury — her assigned district — is very similar. So, she says, “I knew where [the residents] came from. And I earned respect because I wanted to be on the streets.”
Gwyn Guidy: Doing the hard work of making change
Gwyn Guidy's skills were shaped in large part by an earlier effort to ward off the potential ill effects of gentrification. When a city ordinance was adopted that allowed restrictions on minimum lot sizes for an entire area – not just block by block – she sprang into action.
Healthy Communities
Three cities, three NeighborWorks network organizations and many, many people working together for healthy communities.
NeighborWorks network
The NeighborWorks network encompasses more than 240 nonprofit organizations across the U.S., District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
Rural summit: Why do people stay in areas of persistent rural poverty?
Why do you stay? This question plagues rural residents. Panelists share the sense of community that makes rural areas home for many Americans.
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