NeighborWorks Green Bay

NeighborWorks Green Bay engages the community to promote homeownership and provide housing choices.  It strengthens neighborhoods and enhances neighborhood character in Green Bay’s original neighborhoods, and by extension, NeighborWorks Green Bay creates a stronger, more vibrant community for all of Brown County.

NeighborWorks Green Bay is part of a network of more than 240 independent, community based nonprofits in partnership with NeighborWorks America located in every state, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. In 2013, the NeighborWorks network generated more than $5.8 billion in total direct investment and helped 300,000 individuals and families with affordable housing and counseling.


Engage community to strengthen neighborhoods, improve lives, enhance neighborhood character, promote homeownership, and provide housing choices.

Through the assistance of NeighborWorks Green Bay and other partners, Stacy McClellan and her family were able to achieve the American Dream of homeownership.

For more information, call 920-448-3075 or go to

Or contact with questions:

Sue Premo

Marketing Specialist – Housing Advisor

NeighborWorks Green Bay

437 S. Jackson St.

Green Bay, WI 54301

920.448.3075 (phone)

920.593.3714 (direct line/fax)

NeighborWorks Green Bay will be celebrating its impact on individuals, families, neighborhoods, and the Greater Green Bay Area during NeighborWorks Week, which will take place June 7-15. NeighborWorks Week is a national celebration of the impact that organizations throughout the country have on improving lives and strengthen communities.

Other activities during NeighborWorks Week will include homebuyer education classes in both English and Spanish, and a volunteer project where employees of Sherwin-Williams will be painting a property that NeighborWorks Green Bay is revitalizing.

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