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SEPTEMBER 15, 2016 NEIGHBORHOOD PARTNERSHIP HOUSING SERVICES, INC. Making Neighborhoods Matter A MESSAGE FROM OUR BOARD CHAIR AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Transforming our neighborhoods into communities of choice and opportunity is at the heart of what we do - it is the foundation of NPHS’ mission. We transform people’s lives and make our communities a better place to live and work. We house families, reduce blight, promote inclusion, fight displacement, create jobs, build and preserve equity, direct impact investments and tackle issues that no one else will. These responsibilities may overwhelm us at times. But this is why we march in faith and hope, build on the resiliency of people, understand the human condition and work with our partners to reconfigure old strategies and deploy new ones to overcome what sometimes seems insurmountable. As we reflect on our twenty-fifth year of service, we will challenge and stretch ourselves more than ever to innovate further, have greater impact on the quality of life in our neighborhoods, and build economic security for families. We will continue to take an entrepreneurial and holistic approach to our work. This means implementing market-driven strategies that build and preserve economically-resilient neighborhoods, developing innovative and interconnected programs that actually enable families to build wealth and finding unique and collaborative cross-sector approaches to direct more investment to our region. It is within this framework of entrepreneurialism and social enterprise innovation that NPHS strives to enrich the lives of families and neighborhoods we serve. Neighborhoods have always mattered. They house our schools, playgrounds, community gardens, small businesses, social gatherings, institutions of faith and our many cultures. Neighborhoods are where we root ourselves, build our homes and grow our families. It is for these reasons and so many more that we continue to rally our partners and work together to fight the good fight as we have done relentlessly for the past twentyfive years. Thank you for celebrating our milestone and accomplishments with us. On behalf of the Board of Directors and the thousands of families we served, thank you for working alongside us and sharing in our collective journey. Isaias Guzman Chairman of the Board Clemente Arturo Mojica President and Chief Executive Officer WELCOME Page 3

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