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Saving for a home low on the list of financial priorities for cash-strapped millennials
Younger Americans may want to save for a home, but many are struggling just to make ends meet each month. 
New NeighborWorks America survey: Homeownership still out of reach for many minorities and low- to moderate-income families
The vast majority of Americans say owning a home increases financial stability, but when it comes to priorities, minorities are more concerned about meeting everyday obligations, bills and paying off debt than putting away funds for a home down payment. 
NeighborWorks America kicks off annual week of service
NeighborWorks America and its network of local organizations will begin its week-long celebration of neighborhood improvement activities nationally recognized as NeighborWorks Week on June 1-8.
NeighborWorks America provides $70 million in flexible grants to 242 nonprofits
NeighborWorks organizations will use grants to develop affordable housing, restore neighborhoods and create jobs. 
Cleveland symposium on removing barriers to homeownership addresses challenges facing low- and moderate-income families
A Feb. 20 symposium in downtown Cleveland will explore how to create and sustain housing affordability so that housing remains accessible for current and future homeowners, as well as renters. 
New network will strengthen Puerto Rico nonprofits to accelerate hurricane recovery and address community needs more effectively
Enterprise Community Partners, NeighborWorks America and the Puerto Rico Community Foundation launch the Puerto Rico Nonprofit Capacity Building Network to strengthen community-based organizations.
Pittsburgh symposium on community-led transformation brings NeighborWorks America back to its birthplace
On Dec. 3-7, NeighborWorks America returns to its roots in Pittsburgh to host a weeklong training institute and symposium that will explore how to develop resident leaders of all ages; incorporate and optimize community assets; and identify lessons learned from NeighborWorks America’s origins. 
NeighborWorks America receives largest HUD grant to provide and offer training for comprehensive housing counseling
For the 14th consecutive year, NeighborWorks America has received funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to bolster its training and professional development certification program.
NeighborWorks America convenes major training for community leaders
More than 800 community leaders representing 100 organizations across the country will convene at our Community Leadership Institute to participate in training courses, network with their peers and develop action plans for their neighborhoods back home. 
NeighborWorks America at Home survey: Renting can be a barrier to homeownership
When it comes to renting versus buying a home, people across the country express their dissatisfaction: Only 44 percent say homes are affordable for first-time buyers and almost two-thirds agree high rent is making it impossible to save for a future house.
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