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November

11/20/2012
NeighborWorks America Helps Families Celebrate Thanksgiving in New Homes
As individuals and families prepare for Thanksgiving, and to host loved ones in their homes, NeighborWorks America celebrates new homeowners across the country as they experience the special joy of homeownership. NeighborWorks America, which creates opportunities for people to live in affordable homes, improve their lives and strengthen their communities, supports a network of more than 235 nonprofits, located in every state, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. NeighborWorks organizations work year round to help place and keep people in the right homes—from rentals to homeownership, offering pre- and post-homeownership counseling, assisting consumers to make smart, informed decisions throughout the process. 
11/16/2012
NeighborWorks America Names Debbie Matz Vice Chair to Board of Directors
Today NeighborWorks America, a top community development organization, announced the appointment of Debbie Matz as vice chair to the board of directors. Matz replaces former board chair Christiane Gigi Hyland and succeeds Julie Williams as vice chair to the board of directors. Matz currently chairs the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and fills NCUA’s seat on the NeighborWorks America board. She previously served as vice chair to the NeighborWorks America board of directors in 2004.
11/15/2012
NeighborWorks America Names Sarah Bloom Raskin Board Chair
NeighborWorks America, a top community development organization, today announced the appointment of Sarah Bloom Raskin as its board chair. Raskin, who succeeds former Chair Christiane Gigi Hyland, has served as the Federal Reserve Board of Governor’s representative to the NeighborWorks America board since January 2011.
11/8/2012
NeighborWorks America Salutes Veterans on Veterans Day and Beyond
 This week NeighborWorks America spotlights and honors the service of all U.S. military veterans. NeighborWorks America, which creates opportunities for people to live in affordable homes, improve their lives and strengthen their communities, supports a network of more than 235 nonprofits, located in every state, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Several NeighborWorks organizations offer the on-the-ground services that provide veterans with the resources they need.