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Derick Brown of Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services presents The Dogpatch with the Comeback Neighborhood of the Year NEN Award. Photo credit Tim Ho.
The Friends of Tunnel Top Park accept their NEN Award for Best Community Challenge Grant Project. Go Dogpatch! Photo credit Tim Ho.
Daniel Homsey, Director of the NEN, with family after receiving a formal Commendation from the California State Legislature for 10 years of service. Photo credit Tim Ho.
Kelenia Olsen, of Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services, presents Christian Martin of the Lower Polk Community Benefit District with the NEN Award for Best Merchant Association/CBD. Photo credit Tim Ho.
David Bollafi et. al look on as Maxine Fasulis accepts her Exemplary NERT Leadership NEN Award from Joaquin Torres, Deputy Dir. of San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) Photo credit Tim Ho.
Jimi, Casey, Greg and Justin, of parks volunteer group Mission Continues, accept their NEN Award for Outstanding Park Volunteer Group on the rotunda. Photo credit Tim Ho.
SFPD Capt. Paul Yep (second from right) looks on as David Overdorf (center) accepts his NEN Award for Most Inspiring Public Works Volunteer. Photo credit Tim Ho.
Ray O’Connor, of the Kansas Street Neighborhood Watch Group, holding the Group’s NEN Award for Outstanding Neighborhood Watch Group. Photo credit Tim Ho.
Hernan Majano gives a s short speech in English, followed by an acceptance, in Spanish, of the Youth Neighborhood Leadership Award at the 10th Annual NEN Awards. Photo credit Tim Ho.
The Neighborhood Empowerment Network is a cohort of agencies with a single mission: Build truly resilient neighborhoods that can withstand stress of any kind at the individual, organizational and community levels.