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Become a Member

The NeighborWorks network has nearly 250 members in every state across the nation.
 
The NeighborWorks network has nearly 250 members in every state across the nation.
 
Nonprofit community-based organizations that focus on community revitalization, homeownership and the production of affordable housing can apply for membership in the NeighborWorks network.

Each NeighborWorks organization benefits from our grants, technical assistance, training and other resources. 

NeighborWorks network

The NeighborWorks network is made up of nearly 250 nonprofit organizations across the United States, including the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. The network was born from the ideas and passion of individual residents who believed they could transform their communities. We consider local voices critical to the success of the work of our network organizations and their communities.

Network organizations serve diverse populations in large and small, and rural and urban communities. Organizations are rigorously assessed against various organizational, financial and board governance standards and must maintain certain standards to remain within the network. Our network includes some of the very best community development and affordable housing organizations in the country which invest in results for the communities and individuals they serve. The network focuses on collaboration through peer sharing and ongoing professional development, so each group can improve and the community development field as a whole can benefit. Organizations offer services and approaches to meet the unique needs of their community, offering a range of services, from homeownership counseling to the development of a variety of housing types to community gardens. 

For more information about the work of the network, please visit Our Impact Map.

Self-assessment & application

We are not accepting new member applications at this time.

Please complete the self-assessment for a better understanding of what is expected of NeighborWorks organizations. The self-assessment is intended to guide organizations as a decision is being made about the submission of an application for affiliation.

We encourage nonprofit organizations focused on affordable housing and community revitalization to complete the self-assessment. 

Contact us

Primary engagement between NeighborWorks America and our network or potential affiliates is through our four regional offices across the United States. The regional organization chart includes a regional vice president, senior director, several relationship managers and public affairs and operations staff. 

For questions about this application and/or the affiliation process, please feel free to contact the regional office in which your organization is located or contact us. For general questions about the affiliation process, email affiliations@nw.org. Please indicate the city and state in which your organization is located. Your email will be directed to the appropriate staff. 
 
 
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Partnerships

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Engaged
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Impact

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Community-Informed Strategies

 
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Financial Health

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Peer Collaboration

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Analytical Management

 

For more information, contact:

affiliations@nw.org