NWL mini-grant blooms in Clinton neighborhood

04.11.16

  Clinton resident, Bob Reeves reports on the results of a mini-grant for landscape beautification: “Our tulips are up and most are looking very good. The people on our block are very appreciative of the grant we received from NeighborWorks (Lincoln) to purchase the bulbs. In summer 2015, I requested and received $147.66 from NeighborWorks Read More

Coming soon! Antelope Square

03.30.16

NeighborWorks Lincoln is thrilled to announce an exciting new partnership with Assurity Life Insurance and Nebraska Home Sales Realtor, Russell Meyer! The three partners have been diligently working on the idea of a beautiful, upscale 24 unit townhome complex around 22nd and Q Street, named Antelope Square. This development will only enhance the positive transformation Read More

Improving the View in Capitol View

09.11.15

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Thanks in part to $1,000 grants from NeighborWorks Lincoln, many houses within the Capitol View Neighborhood have become more beautiful to all who behold them. To receive the grants, interested neighbors completed and submitted applications to NWL about the types of projects they envisioned and their estimated Read More

Overcoming Challenges

01.03.14

Although heartbreaking, Kjell’s story is truly one of triumph. In his not-so-distant past, Kjell suffered from brain cancer, loss of health and employment, and ultimately, abandonment by his spouse. Kjell was a homeowner in Omaha but he “truly felt out of place in [his] vulnerable state of mind,” so he moved to Lincoln and became Read More

A Home to Call Their Own

11.14.13

Jessica and her two children returned to Lincoln four years ago after living in North Carolina, Hawaii, and Japan. Upon their homecoming, Jessica was without a car and job while shouldering the responsibility of being the sole provider for her kids. Jessica and her family stayed with her mom in a one bedroom apartment for Read More

A Story of Home Ownership

05.03.13

Lenzel and Valentina and their four children had lived in their rental home for over 10 years when the landlord told them he wanted to sell the property and they could buy the home or they would have to move. They were vested in the neighborhood and shared chores and activities with their neighbors. They Read More

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Opening Doors in Our Community

NeighborWorks Lincoln is a non-profit organization dedicated to community revitalization through an active partnership of resident leaders, private businesses and public officials. We open doors for people to achieve their dreams of home ownership and for others who desire a safe and attractive neighborhood.

I wasn’t sure how to move forward, but then I heard about NeighborWorks. It is truly an amazing program…I hope more people use this great service to help themselves and to help Lincoln look better. Thanks, NWL!

– Jesse E.
NeighborWorks Lincoln

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