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Looking for solutions to gun violence: Auburn Gresham plans to create a Health Lifestyle Hub
  • CBS News - highlight the Auburn Gresham Healthy Lifestyle Hub will fully open its doors in the Auburn Gresham community, early fall. The community believes in the vision that investment in community lead economic development could have a impact o  reducing violence plaguing our neighborhoods and city. 
Fashion in Englewood Seeking Volunteers

A partner organization is seeking volunteers at an upcoming event!

Auburn Gresham Quality of Life Plan Download A Copy Here!

The Auburn Gresham Quality of Life Plan 2017 has been published! Electronic copies of  can be downloaded now...

Calling all Owner-Occupant Landlords!

Join a research study about what it's like to be a landlord and receive a $45 cash stipend as a thank you.

Celebrate Black History Month, with the Voice of the Community | #GoVote, It Matters!

Auburn Gresham celebrates Black History Month by lifting up all people in the commuity. Exercise you right to a high quality of life. You've Earned the right, now go #Vote. It matters for our community.

Auburn Gresham Building Gets New Life to Promote Health and Wellness!

Can one iconic building along a key commerical cooridor lead the way to improve the health of a neighborhood? Community leaders and organizations in Auburn Gresham are progressing on a transformative plan to bring living wage jobs to a building anchored by a state of art health facility, to make it so....

Diamonds in the Rough: Creating Sustainable Businesses in Tough Communities

Deer Rehabilitation Services, Inc., and Rodney Brown, Vice President of the New Covenant Community Development Corporation were  guests on the Nonprofit “U” radio blog talk show on Monday, July 20, 2015, from 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.  Nonprofit "U" is an online forum where nonprofit stakeholders can discuss the latest developments in the sector and increase their capacity to serve their clients and build sustainable communities. Valerie F. Leonard, an expert in community and organizational development facilitated the discussion.