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There’s No Place Like Home

NeighborWorks Annual Gala

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Wednesday, December 5 at 6:00 PM
Granite Links Golf Club Ballroom

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Good Neighbor Award

It is an evening of celebration of our mission and recognition of an individual who exemplifies what it means to be a “Good Neighbor.” This year, we are recognizing, John Curtis of Curtis Construction, as the recipient of our “Good Neighbor Award.” Our Board of Directors selected Mr. Curtis because of his dedication to our mission, his company’s devotion to their clients receiving the best customer care, and his commitment to partnering with affordable housing developers and nonprofits.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

A Home is the foundation upon which we build our lives.
At Neighborworks, this mantra is a focus point for our works.
Together with the support of our sponsors and donor, NeighborWorks is able to ensure that our neighbors’ have access to resources needed to build their strong foundation.

Platinum Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Blue Hills Bank

Table Captain Sponsor

Colonial Federal Savings Bank
Daniel Dennis & Company LLP

Davis Square Architects
Father Bill’s & MainSpring

Klein Hornig LLP
Jane Ford
Work Inc.

US Veteran Finds A Home

David Ortega is a retired sergeant and Iraq War veteran, Ortega lives with his wife and four children in a four-bedroom, single-family Quincy home that NeighborWorks® Southern Mass and the City of Quincy purchased and renovated for veterans’ housing in 2013. Before they moved in, David and his family were homeless. “As a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, I am truly grateful for being able to provide my family with a safe and comfortable home,” Ortega said. “NeighborWorks® has just been awesome: My kids love the house, they have friends that sleep over and play in the backyard. It’s just been amazing. I could not ask for more.”
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