Neighborgood Partners IncDover, DE
Categories Education, youth development, training, and employment Primary and secondary education Early childhood (preschool) education Elementary education Middle school education Secondary (high school and college prep) education Charter school education Gifted, remedial, and special needs education (includes STEM education and child literacy) Higher Education Higher education (2-3 year colleges and programs) Higher education (4+ year universities and colleges) Graduate and professional education Workforce training and employment Vocational secondary education Education, youth development, training, and employment, N.E.C. Health and mental health Mental health care Mental health care provider offices and managed care clinics Housing and shelter Farming and agriculture Agricultural cooperatives Irrigation and water management Business and economic development, science, and technology Community rehabilitation, revitalization and development Mortgage and consumer finance Social enterprise Sciences, research, and technology Community and neighborhood development Organization management and technical assistance Research institutes, and public and social policy analysis Non-profit Children and youth Prenatal, infants and toddlers (under 4) Children and Preteens (4-12) Adolescents (13-17) Families (includes non-traditional and families of choice) Parents and marriage Foster and adoptive parents Adolescent parents Single parents Stepparents Gifted and talented children People with disabilities, severe health conditions, and special needs People with physical, mental, genetic conditions, and developmental disabilities and special needs
Community development lending -expanded lending services through neal's loan fund to nonprofit organizations located on the delmarva peninsula for purposes such as affordable housing development and community based facilities through products which provide predevelopment , acquisition , construction
Direct services: provided direct homeownership, financial literacy and individual development account counseling assisting lower income households to prepare themselves financially for homeownership. counseled more than 1, 000 households and achieved 346 actual closings.
Technical assistance-provided local and regional technical assistance and training to nonprofit housing organizations involved in the development to self-help housing , multi-family rental housing farm worker housing and neighborhood revitalization on the housing development process.