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To perpetuate the hope of Jesus Christ through innovative community development that produces dignified housing to families, a strategic network of good neighbors and a redemptive development of real estate.
Community Development in 2012:
252 family members live in Urban Homeworks housing.
56 Urban Neighbors are engaging in a program that challenges presumptions of poverty and the city.
107 community members are receiving training that can change the legacy of their family.
30 rental will be redemptively redeveloped from foreclosure.
8 homes will be completed to rebuild the foundation of focused areas, providing affordable home ownership
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I work nationally as a consultant and trainer to housing development nonprofits. These travels allow me to have many conversations with leadership and front line staff in all parts of the country with regard to best practices, challenges, and sustainable impact. Urban Homeworks is by far the most ...
I have been supporting Urban Homeworks for over a decade, and as a 100 Gives 100 monthly donor for 5 years or so. Here's why: I find myself "refreshed" and impressed how they creatively approach challenging issues in their target communities. Lets be honest: there does not seem to be a whole lot ...
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I'm not an "evangelist" but I feel I make a difference by volunteering with Urban Homeworks to renovate homes and apartments that benefit people who normally couldn't afford dignified housing. One house, one apartment at a time we are making a difference and improving the lives of others. Urban ...
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