Tenants participate with Mobile Clay Studio

Studio 550 Art Center, a clay studio located on Elm Street in Manchester, has donated a Clay for Kids mobile clay lesson to tenants of NeighborWorks® Southern New Hampshire’s affordable housing developments in Manchester’s center city. 


Neighborhood Mini-Grants Offered to Resident Leaders

Residents have been invited to attend Resident Leadership Training classes at Beech Street and Gossler Park Schools in Manchester. These trainings teach concrete leadership skills to neighborhood residents and create a platform for these residents to share their experience and desire for positive change in their community. 


RENEW: Reinvestment in Manchester's Center City

The creation of affordable housing and revitalization of neighborhoods, has been a key part of the mission of our organization since our inception. Find out how we are now reinvesting in some of those original developments. 


Bah, the A-typical home buyer

Alhaji Bah is anything but the typical HOMEteam Home Buyer Seminar attendee. Bah, as he calls himself, is a former realtor, home owner, and foreclosure victim. Find out how he made his way back to homeownership now!


The Townhomes at Whittemore Place now open in Londonderry

Members of the Board of Directors, Trustees, staff, town of Londonderry representatives, project funders, donors, and other invited guests came together on August 5th to celebrate the opening of the Townhomes at Whittemore Place. 


Donor Spotlight – Anthony Poore

Anthony Poore, a Manchester resident, Former Member of the Board of Directors and longtime donor to NeighborWorks® Southern New Hampshire, talks about his relationship with NeighborWorks® Southern New Hampshire, why he donates and what is important to him in his community.


Free Community Bike Clinic

Do you have a bike?
Is your bike registered? Does it need a tune-up? Do you have a flat tire? Do your brakes work? Do you have bike questions?

Bring your Bike to a Free Bike Clinic


Matthew Kfoury joins Board of Trustees

Matthew Kfoury has joined the board of trusttes for NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire. Kfoury is president and CEO of Central Paper Products, a local paper retail business headquartered in Manchester. 


Hidden Pond - An Affluent New Hampshire Town Develops New Affordable Housing

‘Many folks want to live in the towns where they grew up. We think people should be able to find affordable housing in those places too.’


NeighborWorks helps clean up Ash Street in Nashua

NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire celebrated its 17th annual NeighborWorks Week NeighborFest on June 13 on Ash Street in Nashua. More than 20 volunteers …


Local Homeownership Education Organizations Receive Over $14,000 in Grants

New Hampshire Housing’s Partners in Homeownership Education program recognizes The Housing Partnership and the HOMEteam


NeighborWorks® Southern New Hampshire Opens Hidden Pond Apartments in Amherst

New Apartments Provide Affordable Rental Housing in Amherst


Bank of America makes $40,000 contribution in support of NeighborWorks® Southern New Hampshire’s Foreclosure Seminars

Grant will ensure continued educational assistance for troubled homeowners in the Concord, Manchester and Nashua areas


NeighborWorks® Southern New Hampshire Honors Manchester Business and Community Leader

Fred B. Kfoury, Jr., Recognized for his Outstanding Service

to the Non-Profit Housing Organization 


NeighborWorks Southern N.H. to remember Fred Kfoury

The late Central Paper Products executive will be honored for his longtime commitment to affordable housing


Locals bringing block parties back to Nashua

The Nashua Block Party will be held in four different locations on Sept. 21: Atherton Park, the Police Athletic League, Nashua High School North, and a central location for wards 5,8, 9 still to be determined – giving residents a chance to meet people within their own neighborhoods.


Are You Ready for a Citywide Block Party?

Ain’t no party like a Nashua Block Party!


NeighborWorks nears fundraising goal for Manchester headquarters

NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire has raised about two-thirds of its fundraising goal to help pay for the purchase and renovation of the organization’s new building downtown.


Workforce Housing Plans Approved in Londonderry

During the July 10, 2013 Londonderry Planning Board Hearing, board members conditionally approved the Town’s first workforce housing project, featuring a total of 95 units on over 20 acres of land off Mammoth Road. The plans include adding another 11 units to the already built 6 located on Trail Haven Drive, as well as building a new road, named Whittemore Road, just north of Trail Haven Drive.


Centrix Bank Participates in $652,000 Loan for NWSNH

Centrix Bank participated in a $652,000 commercial loan to fund a new facility for NeighborWorks® Southern NH located on Elm Street in Manchester. 


Hidden Pond Apartments on Track For August

Names are being accepted for the pre-wait list on the new affordable housing development.