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Holiday ‘ugly sweaters’ can earn donations for nonprofits
12/10/2018
Holiday ‘ugly sweaters’ can earn donations for nonprofits
Want a way to combine holiday fun with fundraising and corporate partnerships? Consider launching an "Ugly Sweater Challenge"!
Engage next-gen leaders with young-professionals board
11/1/2018
Engage next-gen leaders with young-professionals board
How do you engage and train young professionals so they turbocharge your fundraising and form a line of prospects ready to step into your board when needed? Read about this innovative program adopted by one nonprofit in Richmond, Virginia. 
Transportation: often missing link in comprehensive community devel...
10/30/2018
Transportation: often missing link in comprehensive community development
Affordable housing is a must, and so are jobs, health and education. But what if you can't access any of these due to a lack of transportation. NeighborWorks network member Penquis fills the gap. 
Johnny Carter: Leading by example
9/4/2018
Johnny Carter: Leading by example
When Johnny Carter moved to his new neighborhood in Moorhead, Mississippi, he found a host of problems. But he stepped up and helped lead the residents in a lawsuit to help residents get the attention and resources they needed to clean up their community. And now Carter is being recognized with a NeighborWorks America Dorothy Richardson Award for Resident Leadership. 
Audrey Stubbs: Following her calling
8/23/2018
Audrey Stubbs: Following her calling
Audrey Stubbs of Cleveland, one of NeighborWorks America's Dorothy Richardson Resident Leadership Award recipients, sees it as her mission to help youths find their way to a positive future. 
Gloria Cartagena: Overcoming trauma with ‘smooches’
8/22/2018
Gloria Cartagena: Overcoming trauma with ‘smooches’
This Philadelphia recipient of a resident-leadership award from NeighborWorks America has been called the 'mayor' because she knows how to use whatever it takes—from butterflies to prayer—to bring people together.
Alama Uluave: Adopting service as a way of life
8/21/2018
Alama Uluave: Adopting service as a way of life
For Alama Uluave of Salt lake City, service is a way of life. It is this dedication that later led him to be nominated for a NeighborWorks America Dorothy Richardson Award for Resident Leadership.
J'Tanya Adams: Doing what it takes
8/21/2018
J'Tanya Adams: Doing what it takes
J'Tanya Adams, a Charlotte, North Carolina, recipient of NeighborWorks America's Dorothy Richardson Award for Resident Leadership, has led the transformation of her declining African-American neighborhood into a vibrant place to visit. 
Michelle Overstreet: Stepping up for youth when ‘we can do better’
8/20/2018
Michelle Overstreet: Stepping up for youth when ‘we can do better’
Alaska is among the top-10 states when it comes to opioid addiction, youth homelessness, suicides and other challenges, and Michelle Overstreet is leading the way to find solutions.
New sports complex will be ‘home court for all’ and connect Japanes...
5/2/2018
New sports complex will be ‘home court for all’ and connect Japanese-American culture and community culture and community
Little Tokyo Service Center, a NeighborWorks network member in Los Angeles, California, soon will complete the first year of construction for its upcoming multipurpose community center and sports complex, the Paul I. Terasaki Budokan.
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