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2018

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4/3/2018
Interview with Megan Sandel: The secrets to hospital-housing partnerships
A news release late last year carried this headline: “Boston Medical Center is investing $6.5 million over five years to support a wide range of affordable housing initiatives. That's music to the ears of any community development professional. Here, we tell how the deal came together and what others can learn.
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3/16/2018
‘Veteran’ responders reflect as Puerto Rico prepares for hurricane season
Another hurricane season begins June 1 and three community-development professionals on the ground in Puerto Rico reflect on lessons learned, their most urgent needs and what keeps them optimistic. 
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2/21/2018
Puerto Rico: struggling but strong
Two NeighborWorks America staffers visited Puerto Rico to assess the damage that still exists months after Hurricane Maria hit, learn firsthand the progress being made by our three network members on the ground and chart a path forward to continue to help the island's residents recover. 
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2/13/2018
Nonprofits benefit from report cards too
Donors and policymakers want to know the nonprofits they fund are sound and effective. That's the reassurance offered by NeighborWorks America's organizational assessment process. 
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2/6/2018
Six more weeks of winter? Members help residents survive the cold
Frigid winters can cause a lot of inconvenience, but for low-income or homeless people, it often is life-threatening. NeighborWorks network members have found many ways to help. 
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1/26/2018
Music connects, unites—and raises money
As two NeighborWorks America network members discovered, music can be the "secret ingredient" that brings people together around a common cause, to celebrate differences or to just get to know each other.
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1/17/2018
When designing public spaces, start with half a plan
When our vice president for community initiatives traveled to Copenhagen with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, she learned a surprising lesson: Sometimes when designing a publicly engaging space, you need to start with half a plan.