Neighborhood Works, Inc. Makes a Difference

Neighborhood Works, Inc. Makes a Difference

We've given out hundreds of thousands of reusable masks to under-resourced communities across the state of Georgia, including schools, restaurants, businesses, and religious organizations.

Bob Mathis Elementary School:

“I just wanted to thank you again for donating those masks to my school. My principal was very appreciative of the donation. Thank you again for thinking of us!”

  • Ms. Christine King, Bob Mathis Elementary “Generous gifts from donors like Neighborhood Works, Inc. provide the moral support needed to continue our goal of keeping our students safe. I can’t tell you how much we appreciate your support of our school. Thanks to Neighborhood Works, Inc. for assisting us with planning for our return to in school instruction. Your generous donation will go a long way to helping us achieve this goal.”

Rockbridge Elementary School:

Neighborhood Works, Inc. at work.

Wadsworth Magnet School:

“On behalf of Wadsworth Magnet School I wanted to again express our sincere gratitude for thinking of us with your foundation. You truly dont know what a blessing you have provided to our school with the masks.”

  • Don L. Jackson Jr, Wadsworth Magnet School for High Achievers

More Donations:

“I was at Holt High School pitching a safety presentation to the staff. In conversation, it was discovered that they could use extra masks to help slow/prevent the spread of COVID... I contacted Trooper Young and without hesitation, he donated 1000 masks and immediately stated, ‘Reg, who’s next?’ Trooper Young is truly a servant and I’m certain that his chain of command and Troopers who work with him will agree.”

  • Senior Reginal King, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency

Neighborhood Works, Inc. in the News:

Housing items up for final approval from Bibb County Commissioners

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by Joseph Speir | Tuesday, January 26th 2021

Bibb County Commissioners heard two items regarding housing during their commission meeting on Tuesday, January 26. The first was a single family homeownership unit to be built on Roy Avenue in partnership with Habitat for Humanity. The second, a combination of duplex to be built on Ernest Street and the renovation of another single-family home on Duncan Avenue. “And these are areas where you don’t usually see new structures and so this, to me, is just a good sign and it enhances the neighborhood,” said Commissioner Elaine Lucas during the meeting. Neighborhood Works would be partnered for the second item.

Neighborhood Works, Inc. in the Media

Executive Director of Neighborhood Works Taqwa Siddeeq sits down with radio host Reec Swiney from Reec Radio to talk about Affordable Housing.

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Contact Us

Neighborhood Works, Inc.

Phone: 678-694-7134. Fax: 678-668-7995.

P.O. Box 160217 Atlanta, GA 30316

Office: 1127 Hank Aaron Dr. Atlanta, GA 30315

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