A weekly newsletter highlighting the NeighborWorks network
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Recognizing community leaders
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For nearly 40 years, NeighborWorks America has been putting residents first; it’s one of the characteristics that make us unique in our efforts to strengthen communities. We have an entire team dedicated to supporting community building and resident leadership. In this issue, learn more about how we are recognizing outstanding community leaders and helping them improve their neighborhoods through our Community Leadership Institute.

Leading the way
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This year’s Dorothy Richardson Award for Resident Leadership honorees are people who lead the way towards positive change and keep the memory of Dorothy Richardson alive through their actions. The awardees are from across the country and include a member of the clergy, law enforcement officer and a host of good neighbors.
Little-known facts about the woman who inspired NeighborWorks America
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The Dorothy Richardson Award for Resident Leadership is named after an individual whose legacy has ensured that millions have access to the resources they need to own their own homes and build community. Learn more about the woman who inspired the creation of NeighborWorks America and its network of more than 240 community development organizations.

SPOTLIGHT
Disaster ‘pro’ offers lessons learned
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Samuel Sanders, Executive Director of the Mid City Redevelopment Alliance in Baton Rouge, Florida, has witnessed—and been personally involved with—three natural disasters that impacted his community. And now, he is being tapped for advice for those struggling in the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Marie.

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