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NeighborWorks America

National NeighborWorks® Association and NeighborWorks® America are two distinctly separate, independent organizations that are not affiliated with each other.

NeighborWorks America is a 501(c)3 public not-for-profit organization. NNA is the trade association 501(c)6 trade association.

NeighborWorks America is comprised of 240 organizations working in 4,400 urban, rural and suburban communities. For these organizations, representing our members’ concerns including funding, regulatory and other advocacy initiatives, as well as being the voice of our network to NeighborWorks America.

NNA continues to advocate for Congressional funding that network members leverage on a national average of $64 for every $1 of appropriated funds.

NeighborWorks® America Core Appropriation by Fiscal Year

FY 2021 Enacted:

$163 million (core) + $2 million (shared equity)

FY 2020 Enacted:

$157.5 million (core) + $1 million (shared equity pilot)

FY 2019 Enacted:

$150 million (core) + $2 million (shared equity pilot)

FY 2018 Enacted:

$140 million (core)

FY 2017 Enacted:

$140 million (core)

FY 2016 Enacted:

$135 million (core) + $40 million (National Foreclosure Mitigation and Counseling program - final year)

To view a concise summary of impact by the network of excellence, visit NeighborWorks.org/Impact.