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Press Releases

NeighborWorks America and EARN launch new technology and personal coaching partnership to encourage emergency savings and the development of lifelong savings habits
NeighborWorks America and EARN announced a nationwide partnership to boost emergency savings for low-income families across the United States.
NeighborWorks' network investment in affordable rental housing surges nearly 20 percent in 2016 to almost $2.4 billion
With the supply of affordable rental housing declining throughout the U.S., NeighborWorks America reported today that its network of local non-profit builders invested more than $2.38 billion into the development and preservation of rental housing.
NeighborWorks America invites qualified providers of financial capability counseling and coaching to apply for a share of $31.5 million in grants to help consumers stabilize their finances, rebuild credit and establish savings
The Project Reinvest: Financial Capability grant application period is open. This grant opportunity will assist individuals to stabilize their finances, rebuild credit and establish savings.
NeighborWorks Training Institute in Washington, DC will attract 2,000+ community-development professionals, $4 million in economic impact
The NeighborWorks Training Institute in Washington, DC will include the release of its new book "NeighborWorks Works: Practical Solutions from America's Community Development Network" and feature notable speakers like Dr. Matthew Desmond, bestselling author of "Evicted" and Dr. Eldar Shafir, co-author of the bestselling book "Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much."
NeighborWorks America invites qualified community development nonprofits to apply for a share of $26.5 million in grants to revitalize distressed communities hurt by the foreclosure crisis
NeighborWorks America announced that the application period is open beginning November 28 for one-time grants to revitalize distressed communities suffering from the direct and/or indirect effects of the foreclosure crisis.
NeighborWorks America selects new green-designated organizations
NeighborWorks recognized fifteen nonprofit community development organizations for their excellence in sustainable business and housing practices that are designed to save people money.
NeighborWorks America trains community leaders and honors local heroes
NeighborWorks America recognizes resident leadership through its annual Dorothy Richardson Resident Leadership Award. Throughout the year, the organization works to strengthen resident leadership through the Community Leadership Institute and local activities.
New survey from NeighborWorks America shows how student loans and high rent prices weigh on homeownership
Student loan debt and high rent prices continue to worsen the homeownership outlook according to data from the fourth annual housing survey from NeighborWorks America. The national telephone survey found nearly one-third of Americans know someone who has delayed the purchase of a home because of student loan debt.
NeighborWorks America names Tom Chabolla chief operating officer
NeighborWorks America announced today that it named Tom Chabolla executive vice president and chief operating officer. Chabolla will oversee the following divisions: field operations, national initiatives, NeighborWorks services group (including training) and organizational assessment.
HUD Deputy Secretary Nani Coloretti Appointed to NeighborWorks America Board
NeighborWorks America announced the appointment of new board member Nani Coloretti. Nani Coloretti serves as Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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