For the past 35 years, WIN has set out to develop a comprehensive, sustainable method to address home ownership and family stability. We work with residents to target strategic areas that will benefit from development. We transform vacant buildings into homes by renovating and rebuilding. We empower residents to become leaders who can advocate on behalf of their communities. And we strengthen families and neighborhoods by providing the tools needed to achieve economic self-sufficiency, allowing residents to invest in the future of their families and their community as homeowners.
WIN’s annual study of 2013 foreclosures in Hamilton County In the Shadow of the Mortgage Meltdown: Taking Stock is now available online. This is Working In Neighborhoods’ 11th annual foreclosure report, describing trends and patterns of foreclosures in our communties. The report provides valuable information for neighborhood leaders, local governments, and others concerned about the impact of the foreclosure crisis on their neighborhoods. This year’s report provides detailed information on annual and cumulative neighborhood impacts, lender behavior, and sales trends. It also includes land use and estimated owner occupancy impacts of properties sold at Sheriff’s Sale in 2013. Read the stories from the Cincinnati Enquirer and WVXU.
Hard copies of the report are available upon request. WIN also creates community-specific reports for Cincinnati neighborhoods and Hamilton County municipalities at the request of community councils, local governments, and others. Contact Rigel Behrens at email@example.com for more information.
On April 10, WIN honored our past and current volunteers–their hard work has helped keep WIN going for 35 Years! WIN volunteers have contributed over 64,000 hours to support our mission, assisting us in Energy Education, Financial Literacy, Housing and Community Development, Administrative, and Home Preservation efforts. We celebrated together, and awards were presented to individuals and groups who served seven years or longer with us. Thank you!!!!
VISTA Summer Associate Position Description. Deadline to apply is May 5th.
2014-2015 ShareCorps Financial Stability Assistant. Deadline to apply is April 30th.
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For more information, contact Hope Wilson (513) 541-4109 x127 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to download WIN’s Spring 2014 Newsletter and read about our upcoming events, progress on the 35th Anniversary House, and other good things happening at Working In Neighborhoods!
This year WIN once again will be a partner in one of Cincinnati’s largest charitable fund raisers, the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon. The race also features both 10k & 5k races, a variety of kids’ runs and a fun run. Check out all the weekend events here.
As a Partner Charity, 100% of WIN’s Flying Pig race sponsorships and Piggest Raffle Ever raffle tickets proceeds will support our mission. Incidentally, a WIN-supporter was the grand prize winner of the 2013 Piggest Raffle Ever. The anonymous winner then generously donated the prize winnings to Working In Neighborhoods to further our work in the community.
For more information about WIN at the 2014 Flying Pig Marathon, contact Patricia Plank at email@example.com or (513) 541-4109 x 132.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive WIN’s discount promotion code before registering for your Flying Pig event. The code will allow you to receive a discount on your registration and designate a portion of the entry fee to Working In Neighborhoods. All race registration and raffle ticket purchases must go through the Flying Pig website. The deadline to use WIN’s discount code is April 18th! Our race planning team is already working to make the 2014 WIN and the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon a fun and successful weekend.