Section Highlights

Thank You!

  • Donors helped NeighborWorks organizations deliver housing counseling to more than 150,000 individuals and families.

    Thanks to funder support, NeighborWorks programs and services are recognized nationwide as the leading foreclosure intervention effort.


Recognition and Thanks

The support of private-sector corporations and foundations is an important part of the NeighborWorks tradition. The vision and generosity of our partners helps us respond to the needs of distressed homeowners, stabilize communities and advance housing recovery. Our donor recognition societies honor those who make possible the achievements in housing and community development as we address today’s challenges and prepare for the opportunities ahead.

  • Legacy Leaders Circle
    The most prestigious of NeighborWorks’ gift societies, membership in the Legacy Leaders Circle recognizes donors whose extraordinary philanthropy and spirit of devotion leave a transformative impact on NeighborWorks America. Named to commemorate the leadership and vision that guides the growth of NeighborWorks America, the membership in this society is extended to individuals, corporations and foundations with annual giving of $5 million or more.

  • The Dorothy Richardson Society
    NeighborWorks America’s Dorothy Richardson Society honors the forward-thinking spirit of the woman who was a pioneer in the community development movement and the driving force behind the first Neighborhood Housing Services resident-led partnership, the forerunner of today’s NeighborWorks Network.  Members of the society include individuals, corporations and foundations with annual giving of
    $1 million to $4,999,999.

  • CEO Circle
    NeighborWorks’ CEO Circle honors the vision, commitment and innovation of the organization's founders and leaders. Membership in the CEO Circle is offered to individuals, corporations and foundations with annual giving of $500,000 to $999,999

  • The 1978 Society
    Named for the year that NeighborWorks was founded, the 1978 Society embodies the spirit of NeighborWorks America. Membership is extended to individuals, corporations and foundations with annual giving of $250,000 to $499,999.

  • George Knight Society
    This society is named for NeighborWorks’ former executive director, George Knight, who was inducted into the Affordable Housing Hall of Fame in 2009. In recognition of the significant growth of the NeighborWorks network under Knight’s leadership, membership in this society is extended to individuals, corporations and foundations with annual giving of $100,000 - $249,999.

  • Community Benefactors
    Designation as a Community Benefactor is extended to individuals, corporations and foundations that support NeighborWorks with annual giving of $50,000 to $99,999.

  • Friends of NeighborWorks
    Friends represent the foundation of NeighborWorks’ strength in communities. Designation as a Friend of NeighborWorks is offered to individuals, corporations and foundations making annual gifts of up to $49,000.

Call us today to talk to us about partnerships:

Phyllis L. Kim
Senior Vice President, Resource Development
NeighborWorks America
999 North Capitol Street NE
Suite 900
Washington, D.C., 20002
Ph: (202) 760-4038
Fax: (202) 376-2160
Email: pkim@nw.org
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