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NNA Interns Take on Washington

Jacob Herring and Tahari Williams break down their experiences as National Neighborworks Association's first-ever summer interns. …

The President's FY22 Budget and NeighborWorks America

With President Biden recently releasing his proposed FY22 budget, here is a breakdown of how the budget affects affordable housing programs and what it means for NeighborWorks America organizations. …

Fast Five with New NNA President Marcia Erickson

We chatted with the new NNA Board President about her background, vision for the organization, and how members can help build a brighter future for NNA. Check out her answer to these **Fast Five Questions** to learn more. …

Adapt and Create: Navigating Advocacy in a Virtual Space

For many trade associations, this year has presented unique challenges working with legislators on the Hill and mobilizing local organizations on the ground. …

NNA Members Call for Rural Investment at Senate Banking Hearing

On Tuesday, April 20, 2021, the Senate Banking Committee held the first full committee hearing focused on rural America in nearly a decade. …

What does President Biden's Proposed Budget Mean for Affordable Housing?

Earlier this month, President Biden unveiled his $1.5 trillion partial budget for FY2022 that would raise discretionary spending $118 billion over last year's level. …

Congratulations to the NNA Excellence Awards Winners!

The 2020 and 2021 NNA Excellence Awards winners have been announced! For the first time ever, we requested video nominations for the award categories and we loved hearing heartfelt stories about the impact NNA members have made in communities around the country. …