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Center for Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
Overview

The Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships serves as a resource center for secular and faith-based non-profit organizations seeking to partner with HUD to address the housing and community development needs of the neighborhoods in which they operate. The Center builds partnerships and serves as a liaison between the grassroots and federal government, ensuring that groups have the latest information about HUD opportunities and programs as well as other federal resources available to their communities. The Center also convenes outside partners, practitioners and organizations from the non-profit and faith communities along with policy makers and government officials to more effectively identify and meet the needs of some of the nation’s most vulnerable citizens.
In Focus
 - Faith and Community Based Groups in Service in Indian Country Conference
 - Preventing Foreclosure
How non-profits and the faith community can help families facing foreclosure: Click here for Resources for your community.

 - United We Serve
The Center is taking the lead in promoting service opportunities within HUD employees and among our partners. To learn more about the latest opportunities, visit: www.serve.gov.
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