Special thanks to our friends at Regions Bank for their recent contribution to Neighborhood Concepts.
Shelter is the cornerstone on which self-sufficiency is built. Unfortunately for many, safe, decent, and affordable housing is unattainable.
Chris Kelley started Badd Newz BBQ in 2012 as a part-time venture while still employed full-time. Through his work with the loan fund, Badd Newz BBQ has grown into a successful business that continues to grow.
BBVA Compass, Opportunity Finance Network Welcome First Class of Opportunity Fellows to Birmingham
PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP RESULTS IN 72 AFFORDABLE HOMES FOR FAMILIES
PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP RESULTS IN 56 AFFORDABLE HOMES FOR SENIORS
The Donut Hole opened in August at 4294 University Drive in Huntsville.
What started as a small organic farm specializing in vegetables and herbs is now on a path toward continued growth thanks to Neighborhood Concepts.
Huntsville, Alabama – October 20, 2015: North Alabama Revolving Loan Fund, LLC (NARLF), a subsidiary of Huntsville non-profit Neighborhood Concepts, Inc. (NCI), has been certified by the U. S. Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institution Fund (CDFI Fund) as a Community Development Financial Institution or CDFI.
Creating a Just Economy
Interested in creating a more just economic framework to improve the lives of American families by strengthening access to credit and capital? Then you won’t want to miss the National Community Reinvestment Coalition’s Annual Conference in D.C. in late March.
City of Huntsville’s Community Development Department Needs Assessment Survey Huntsville, Alabama 02/17/2015 The City of Huntsville’s Community Development Department is seeking citizen input in the development of their Consolidated Plan. Please take a few moments to complete the following needs assessment survey to help inform their report Needs Assessment Survey
$15,000 grant from Wells Fargo makes job-readiness program possible
Neighborhood Concepts, Inc. and Wells Fargo recently recognized eight graduates of the Housing Works program. The program, which is targeted to the unemployed and under-employed, provides skills and training necessary to compete in today’s job market with the goal of creating greater self-sufficiency.
Neighborhood Concepts has been nominated by the HOTCoffee community as one of the Rocket City’s top “Innovation Leaders” for its work in providing financing to small businesses and entrepreneurs through the North Alabama Revolving Loan Fund (NARLF). HOTCoffee is a startup networking community started by UAH’s College of Business Administration.
Article by Mike Kelley with AL.com
Huntsville, Alabama – October 10, 2014
You’re a small entrepreneur with a dream. A small loan would help get you get there, but your bank is not interested in your vision. Who do you call? The Neighborhood Concepts new Revolving Loan Fund may be your answer. Tailor-made for small start-ups or small businesses needing a microloan to expand, the new program makes “microloans,” from as little as $2,500 to as much as $100,000.
Opportunity Fair related to construction of Clarkston Square Apartments
Neighborhood Concepts is co-hosting an Opportunity Fair for prospective contractors and low and very low income residents of Huntsville on Wednesday, October 1st to make each aware of contracting and employment opportunities related to the construction of Clarkston Square Apartments.