NeighborWorks Northeastern Pennsylvania has accepted a $750 donation from Community Bank, N.A. to make homebuyer education more accessible in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
NeighborWorks Northeastern Pennsylvania is currently seeking a Small Home Repair Technician for our Aging in Place program.
This grant award will help support the "Light the Town" program, helping to make homes safer and more secure for senior residents in our region.
Learn how NWNEPA is teaming up with local partners to begin a virtual education seminar series on Aging in Place for seniors.
10 groups of neighbors in Scranton will receive grant awards for exterior home improvements in our second year of the Beautiful Blocks program.
Learn how the Ignatian Volunteer Corps of Northeastern Pennsylvania (IVC) and NeighborWorks Northeastern Pennsylvania have developed a unique approach to combating senior isolation during the COIVD-19 pandemic.
Get creative, spread some smiles, and show kindness while practicing safe social distancing as part of NeighborWorks' #KindnessWorks challenge!
Here's how our staff at NeighborWorks is addressing urgent needs during this difficult time and how you can help, too!
In response to the recommendations from the CDC and the PA Department of Health to limit person-to-person interactions, we are closing our office to the public until further notice.
NeighborWorks kicked-off a long-term neighborhood revitalization effort in West Scranton and announced a $100,000 planning grant from the Wells Fargo Regional Foundation at a public event and check presentation on May 30.