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NeighborWorks Green Bay is proud to announce Multifamily Mutual!

This new program is our solution to safe and affordable housing in greater Green Bay.  We will build multifamily homes to meet the need for quality and affordable housing.

Everyone can get involved and be a part of building our community together.

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or contact us at 920-448-3075

In-Kind Donations

NeighborWorks Green Bay works within the “Original Neighborhoods” to restore and revitalize the character that makes our communities unique. Please consider donating your unique building materials, such as antique bathtubs, fireplace mantels, newels, crown moldings, or lintels. Call Tim at (920) 448-3075 to see what materials we currently need.

NeighborWorks Green Bay is also accepting well-maintained used or new mini-vans or SUVs for project visits, tours, and material hauling.

Real Estate Donations

NeighborWorks Green Bay is uniquely qualified to accept your real estate donations, including single-family homes, multi-family units, and commercial real estate. Your tax professional can advise you on the benefits of your real estate donation. For information on gifting real estate to NeighborWorks Green Bay, please contact Teresa at (920) 448-3075.

How NeighborWorks Green Bay Uses Donations To Help The Community

This property on North Oakland Avenue, in the historic Fort Howard neighborhood, is a great example of how your real estate donation to NeighborWorks Green Bay can make a difference in our neighborhoods. The property owner was struggling to manage the property from a distance and wasn’t able to maintain the property to community standards. The City of Green Bay identified a number of issues that had to be addressed, and the owner turned to NeighborWorks Green Bay for help. She wanted to give the property to us, but hoped that we would keep the long-time tenants, who were understandably concerned they might be asked to leave their home.

NeighborWorks Green Bay staff met with the tenants and developed a scope of work for the property. The owner completed the gift and we began to renovate the home, including both interior and exterior improvements, and utilized high school volunteers to magnify the impact of the gift. We were able to mobilize the resources (capital, connections, and expertise) needed to not only bring the property back to the minimum community standards, but to improve the property making great place to live. Ultimately, we hope to sell the house to the tenants who have made it their home.

This project is a perfect example of how NeighborWorks Green Bay is positioned to remove the burden of ownership from struggling investors and families, mobilize community resources to improve the quality of housing, educate and empower volunteers, and improve the lives of area residents.

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