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Past Issues of NeighborWorks Works

40 years of creating affordable housing and economic opportunities
3/21/2017
40 years of creating affordable housing and economic opportunities
Last year NeighborWorks America provided more than $78 million in grants to our network organizations and assisted more than 360,000 families with affordable housing. In this issue, we look at a few examples from our network of why our work matters for the people and communities we serve.
Celebrating Women's History Month
3/14/2017
Celebrating Women's History Month
The NeighborWorks network is committed to supporting women in everything from entrepreneurial opportunities to leadership roles. In this issue, we recognize some of our female leaders and how women are strengthening our network.
Good money management protects consumers from scams and fraud
3/7/2017
Good money management protects consumers from scams and fraud
As we kick off National Consumer Protection Week—a time to help people understand their rights—we highlight some of the work our network organizations do to protect people from scams and educate them about good money management.
Symposium promotes inclusive communities
2/28/2017
Symposium promotes inclusive communities
One of the most important challenges in building strong communities is bringing the full range of voices to the table to ensure the needs of all residents are recognized and embraced. That’s why we focused our symposium at the NeighborWorks Training Institute in Seattle on race, equity and inclusion. In this issue, we give you some highlights from our event speakers.
The link between healthy places and community development
2/21/2017
The link between healthy places and community development
The places where we live, work, learn and play can have a significant impact on our health. According to the National Association of Community Health Centers, about 80 percent of a person’s health status can be attributed to nonmedical factors such as the physical environment and access to employment. In this issue we look at how some of our network organizations are integrating health into their work, which ranges from ridding homes of lead to sponsoring Zumba classes.
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