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NeighborWorks America makes $60 million in grants to NeighborWorks network in 2016
At a time when communities need resources most, hundreds of communities across the nation will receive a much-needed affordable housing and economic development boost from NeighborWorks America.
Six tips to empower renters for National Consumer Protection Week and all year
As we approach National Consumer Protection Week March 6-12, renters nationwide must protect themselves as consumers and make informed decisions. According to NeighborWorks America, following six tips can make renting a lot easier and less stressful for many.
Atlanta gets $2.8 million economic boost from community-development conference, drawing 1,800+ professionals
A $2.8 million boost is coming to the Atlanta economy when more than 1,800 community development professionals from around the country convene in the city for the NeighborWorks Training Institute (NTI) Feb. 22-26.
Statement regarding NeighborWorks America receiving approximately $122 million following a settlement between Bank of America and the U.S. Justice Department
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NeighborWorks America renews partnership with Harvard University for program to transform nonprofit leadership
Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government has been selected to partner with NeighborWorks America once again on the NeighborWorks Achieving Excellence Program.  Applications now are being accepted for the 18-month program, during which nonprofit leaders tackle the most important organizational challenges that, when met, will position their organizations to thrive and better serve their communities.
NeighborWorks’ network invested nearly $2 billion in affordable rental housing in 2015
With the supply of affordable rental housing declining throughout the U.S., NeighborWorks America reported that its network of local non-profit builders invested more than $1.9 billion into the development and preservation – through construction, rehabilitation, refinance, and purchase of new and existing apartments – of affordable rental homes for low- and moderate-income households. NeighborWorks organizations invested more than $710 million specifically into the construction of new affordable rental homes.
Community-development conference kicks off in Washington, DC; 2,000+ professionals, nearly $3 million in economic impact expected
A nearly $3 million boost will come to the Washington, DC, economy when more than 2,000 community development professionals from around the country convene in the city for the NeighborWorks Training Institute Dec. 7-11.
NeighborWorks America sees branding as key element in community revitalization
Ten communities from around the country have been selected for an initiative that will help them attract and retain residents, businesses and investment, announced NeighborWorks America, a national nonprofit that creates opportunities for people to live in affordable homes, improve their lives and strengthen their communities. 
NeighborWorks America trains community leaders and honors local ‘heroes’
NeighborWorks America celebrates 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.
NeighborWorks America selects new Green Organization designees
Twenty nonprofit community development organizations were recognized today for their excellence in sustainable business and housing practices by NeighborWorks America. To date, 81 network members – or one-third of all organizations in the network - have earned the NeighborWorks Green Organization designation.
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