Our Mission

Our mission is to promote healthy, vibrant Neighborhoods and serve as the first choice for homebuyer resources in Southern Colorado.  Learn more and get involved.

Our Impact in 2018

  • Attended Group & Online Classes

    794

  • New Homeowners

    599

  • Dollars Invested Into Communities

    102,422,764

News & Events

For those of us who are able to give more, this is the perfect opportunity to get involved in the community and help spread the holiday cheer this season.

If you want to join in and celebrate National Write a Friend Month during this wonderful winter season, here are a couple writing ideas to get you started.

If you want to live a more altruistic lifestyle, help give back in the upcoming season by checking out these volunteering ideas for cold weather months.

  • "One of my coworkers referred me to NeighborWorks Southern Colorado because they had helped her buy a house and she thought they might be able to help me too. I really didn’t believe that I would be qualified to buy a house for at least another two years. I met with Cynthia and she pulled my credit report and told me that I qualified to buy a house once I took care of a couple of collections on my credit report. I was surprised and excited that I would be able to buy a house so soon. Cynthia kept in contact with me and always encouraged me to keep working on getting the problems taken care of as soon as possible. When I needed a new lender I called her to ask for help. She gave me several names to choose from. I found a lender who could help me complete the purchase of my home. I can’t tell you how much I needed to have someone on my side encouraging and supporting me as I went through the home buying process. Cynthia encouraged me when I was struggling with my challenges with student loans. I was finally able to purchase my own home in August 2016. I think NWSoCo is an amazing organization; It is vital to my community in Pueblo and is a great resource for anyone in Southern Colorado going through the home buying process."

    ~Josie Gallegos

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