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  • On May 4, Dr. Kathy Feltey’s Hunger and Homelessness students made presentations on behalf of their service-learning projects — ACCESS, Inc., Rebuilding Together, Boys and Girls Clubs, Harvest Home, Nazareth Housing, OpenM and Safe Landing Youth Shelter. Judges chose the Nazareth Housing project as the winner, so the student team presented a $1,000 check to Nanci Self, its executive director, and Keith Harris, its project specialist. The money will be used to purchase a portable generator so that volunteers can rehab houses even when the electricity has been disconnected. (Pictured above are, from left, Keith Harris, Sam Endrizzi, Gabrielle Schramm, Nanci Self, Jelena Bogunovic, Scott Swiatek and Kathy Feltey.) The judges on May 4 were Bernie Rochford, Oriana House; Dave Lieberth, retired deputy mayor of Akron; and Katie Smucker and Kathy Booth of Women’s Endowment Fund of the Akron Community Foundation. The Pay it Forward program enhances service-learning classes by giving students the opportunity to help fund the projects they create at nonprofits. United Way of Summit County funds the program at UA. For more information about service learning or Pay it Forward, contact Theresa S. Beyerle at ext. 2154 or tsb4@uakron.edu. http://share.uakron.edu/mailAll/Digest/article/1217750

    The Dr. Shirla R. McClain Gallery of Akron’s Black History and Culture at UA will present its new exhibit, “Generations of Love,” with grand opening receptions on Thursday, May 14, and Friday, May 15, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Light refreshments will be served at the gallery, located in the Buckingham Cen…

    Posted By Nazareth Housing Development Corporation

    May 14th

  • New Construction in Twinsburg Twp. is progressing nicely... This home will be available as part of Nazareth's Affordable Housing Programs. Check out our website for more information: http://www.nazarethhousing.org

    The Site of a 3 Bedroom home which is to be construction in Twinsburg Township

    Posted By Nazareth Housing Development Corporation

    April 8th

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    April 3rd

  • Volunteers from the University of Akron had an amazing time demolishing the back porch of a property in Goodyear Heights. We plan to replace that porch with a deck next Friday (3-27-2015)

    Volunteers from the University of Akron's Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity help Nazareth Housing to Make A House A Home in Goodyear Heights.

    Posted By Nazareth Housing Development Corporation

    March 19th

  • Making Occasional Repairs Is Part of the Bargain Below is a home maintenance check list offering spring cleaning tips and advice to keep your home safe and in good working order for the upcoming warmer months. 1. Change/clean HVAC air filters. 2. Replace the batteries in your smoke and CO2 detectors 3. Clear debris from around the outside air conditioner and remove the cover if applicable. 4. Inspect windows and doors to make sure they function properly. Replace if necessary. 5. Check putty around window panes and weather stripping around windows and doors. Fix as needed. 6. Trim back trees and shrubs as needed to eliminate over hanging branches and improve curb appeal. 7. Pressure wash your home’s exterior and apply touch up paint as required to address paint failure. 8. Remove leaves, small branches and debris from gutters, downspouts and down-spout extensions so that water properly drains away from your home. 9. Inspect your basement or crawl space for dampness. 10. Examine caulking around sink, tubs and showers. Reapply if necessary.

    Posted By Nazareth Housing Development Corporation

    March 18th

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  • UA Pay It Forward Group Earns Nazareth $1000

    On May 4, Dr. Kathy Feltey’s Hunger and Homelessness students made presentations on behalf of their service-learning projects — ACCESS, Inc., Rebuilding Together, Boys and Girls Clubs, Harvest Home, Nazareth Housing, OpenM and Safe Landing Youth Shelter.

    Judges chose the Nazareth Housing project as the winner, so the student team presented a $1,000 check to Nanci Self, its executive director, and Keith Harris, its project specialist. The money will be used to purchase a portable generator so that volunteers can rehab houses even when the electricity has been disconnected. (Pictured above are, from left, Keith Harris, Sam Endrizzi, Gabrielle Schramm, Nanci Self, Jelena Bogunovic, Scott Swiatek and Kathy Feltey.)

    The judges on May 4 were Bernie Rochford, Oriana House; Dave Lieberth, retired deputy mayor of Akron; and Katie Smucker and Kathy Booth of Women’s Endowment Fund of the Akron Community Foundation.

    The Pay it Forward program enhances service-learning classes by giving students the opportunity to help fund the projects they create at nonprofits. United Way of Summit County funds the program at UA. For more information about service learning or Pay it Forward, contact Theresa S. Beyerle at ext. 2154 or tsb4@uakron.edu.

  • 685 Brown Street

    Akron, OH 44306

    Nazareth Housing is proud to announce the donation of 685 Brown St. to Truly Reaching You Ministries (T.R.Y.)
    Truly Reaching you plans to rehabilitate and utilize this property to continue their mission to transform lives and rebuild neighborhoods!

    Style: Bungalo Neighborhood: East Akron Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Basement: Full Garage: None SqFt: 891 Year Built: 1924 Availability: SOLD
  • Brennan, Manna & Diamond’s Jeans Day

    Nazareth thanks the Attourneys of Brennan Manna & Diamond for their donations and adopting Nazareth for their Jeans Day Fundraiser!

  • New Horizons Minsitries Donates 7 Properties to Nazareth

    Nazareth Housing Development Corporation and grateful for the generous Donation of 7 properties from New Horizons Ministries.

    The 7 Single family houses are located in several Summit County and Stark County Neighborhoods.

    Nazareth intends to thoroughly rehabilitate these properties and make them affordable for purchase, lease purchase or rent for low-moderate income families

    The generous contributions from our supporters assist us to continue providing affordable housing to low/moderate income families in Summit County.

    On Behalf of the Board, the Staff and most importantly the Clients of Nazareth Housing…

    THANK YOU New Horizons Minsitries for Helping to make houses into homes!

  • Summit County Land Reutilization Corporation Awards Nazareth $25000

    Nazareth Housing Development Corporation is proud and grateful to announce our award of $25,000 from the Summit County Land Reutilization Corporation.

    These funds will assist Nazareth complete the construction rehabilitation of two properties in Akron neighborhoods. The generous contributions from our supporters assist us to continue providing affordable housing to low/moderate income families in Summit County.

    On Behalf of the Board, the Staff and most importantly the Clients of Nazareth Housing we THANK the Summit County Land Reutilization Corporation for Helping to make houses into homes!

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