What We Do

Think for a moment about the image of rural America: close-knit communities where people are hard working and independent, small towns replete with family and friends, places where hard times are met by resilience and strength. Then think about neighborhoods across our nation where life is a constant struggle to get by, jobs are scarce, schools are marginal and it seems like there’s nowhere to turn. That’s where we work.
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Seahorse I & II Take Shape

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25-ton two-bedroom, two-bath modular homes were lifted into the air in mid-January as 14 of 31 rental homes were placed on their podiums well above storm surge guidelines. Seahorse I and II are expected to welcome new residents at 80% AMI in April. The remainder of the homes – manufactured in Leesburg, FL – will…
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Trinity-by-the-Cove Grants $10,000 to Rural Neighborhoods

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Rural Neighborhoods received a $10,000 grant from Trinity-by-the-Cove Episcopal Church.  Funds will revitalize playground equipment at our Esperanza Place and Casa Amigos apartments in Immokalee.  These 71 apartments for agricultural workers are complemented by an adjacent Habitat home ownership community.  More than a hundred children are expected to enjoy the recreational improvements supported by Trinity-by-the…
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Fifth Third Bank Awards $10,000 to Rural Neighborhood

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Fifth Third Bank awarded $10,000 to Rural Neighborhoods to aid Hurricane Ian recovery efforts in Collier County.  RN currently partners with Collier County to offer Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation to low-income homeowners.  The Fifth Third Bank funds will cover ineligible costs under the local government program such as wind mitigation certifications which save homeowners money after installation…
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