CAP to work on graffiti removal for National NeighborWorks Week
TULSA, Okla. – Budget cuts within the City of Tulsa have resulted in a community need for park beautification. The Community Action Project is responding to the City’s call for volunteers by assisting with graffiti removal at the Metcalf retention area, as part of National NeighborWorks Week, June 5-12. is also sponsoring a free Community Expo for Tulsa families on Saturday, June 12 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Frost Early Childhood Education Center, 203 W. 28th St. North, Tulsa, 74106.
During National NeighborWorks Week, and other NeighborWorks organizations across the country will mobilize tens of thousands of business people, residents and government officials in a week of neighborhood change and awareness.
is part of the national NeighborWorks® network, an affiliation of more than 230 nonprofit organizations that increase homeownership, produce affordable housing and revitalize neighborhoods in more than 4,400 communities across the nation. In 2010, the NeighborWorks network is projected to generate more than $3.96 billion in total direct investment and help more than 272,474 low- to moderate-income families purchase, improve and maintain their homes. The NeighborWorks network was founded and is supported by NeighborWorks America, which strengthens the network through training, technical assistance and funding.