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30th annual NeighborWorks Week kicks off
On June ,1 NeighborWorks America launches NeighborWorks Week, a weeklong celebration in which thousands of volunteers come together to help make their neighborhoods healthy, sustainable places to work, play and call home. 
NeighborWorks America moves to DC's NoMa neighborhood
NeighborWorks America is moving its national headquarters to 999 North Capitol St. in DC's NoMa neighborhood May 28.  NeighborWorks employees will celebrate the move by participating in a day of service at the nearby Walker Jones Education Campus on May 23. 
NeighborWorks ranks third among nonprofit homebuilders by Builder Magazine
NeighborWorks America is included in this year's Builder 100 list, meaning it is one of the nation’s largest builders of affordable homes. The organization was ranked No. 3 among builders specializing in affordable for-sale homes and No. 49 among all homebuilders. 
NeighborWorks America celebrates 15,000 new owners during National Homeownership Month
June is National Homeownership Month, and NeighborWorks America is highlighting the 15,000 homeowners it helped create in 2012. Research shows that its pre-purchase housing counseling and education leads to a better prepared homebuyer. 
NeighborWorks organizations own and manage more than 100,000 affordable rental homes
The total number of affordable rental homes owned and managed by NeighborWorks members has just surpassed the 100,000 mark – meeting the rental needs of nearly 200,000 low- and moderate-income people. 
Resident leaders awarded $228,000 in grants to revitalize communities
Today NeighborWorks America announced that 107 organizations will receive a total of $228,000 to spearhead community projects. Resident leaders from all of the organizations attended the organization's Community Leadership Institute. 
Reverse mortgage call center launched for Older Americans Month
In honor of Older Americans Month, NeighborWorks America is launching a national call center that provides information on reverse mortgages, commonly used by seniors to leverage their homes as a source of income.
More than 2,100 community development professionals will train in Portland
The weeklong National Training Institute planned by NeighborWorks America for Portland, OR, May 6-10, 2013, will build the skills of more than 2,100 professionals and deliver an estimated $4 million in economic impact citywide.