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Can NFL Stars Help Distressed Neighborhoods?

Although I know next to nothing about football, I do know that the stars get paid big bucks to play the game. Honestly I’ve never understood the American propensity to glorify and gratify athletes with huge paychecks. 266 more words

Nonprofit Plans to Renovate Hundreds of Baltimore Homes

According to a Baltimore Sun article, Builders of Hope, a North Carolina-based nonprofit chosen by Ray Lewis, will be renovating hundreds of homes in Baltimore City — near Johns Hopkins University in East Baltimore. 92 more words

In The News

Group Plans To Rehab Hundreds Of Baltimore Homes

BALTIMORE (AP) — Hundreds of vacant or foreclosed homes in Baltimore have been targeted for rehabilitation by a North Carolina nonprofit group.

The Baltimore Sun reports that Builders of Hope and its partners recently announced they expect to begin renovating 500 properties near Johns Hopkins Hospital into affordable and energy-efficient homes over the next year and a half. 53 more words

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Group Plans to Rehab Hundreds of Baltimore Homes

Via: Foxbaltimore.com

Builders of Hope and its partners recently announced they expect to begin renovating 500 properties near Johns Hopkins Hospital into affordable and energy-efficient homes over the next year and a half. 55 more words

Charm City

Guest post from "Builders of Hope" contributor Nancy Welsh: "Get Americans back into housing and save the economy--it works!"

Nancy Welsh, founder and CEO of Builders of Hope (the fantastic nonprofit that rebuilds homes and lives by providing safe, affordable housing to working families), joins us today to talk about a topic that’s near and dear to her heart.  532 more words

Nonfiction

Recycle a Home? Yes You Can!

Have you ever considered recycling your home?

You buy a house and lot with the plan to tear down the existing house and build a new one to your particular liking.  218 more words

Carolinas

The Greenest of Green Homes

In case you did not realize it, the greenest home begins with an existing home! Reduced construction debris dumped in our landfills and salvaged materials to reuse for new purposes is very green.   159 more words

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