Neighborhood Development Foundation Announces 2015 House Party Theme

NEW ORLEANS – “Faces of Affordability,” will be the theme for this year’s Neighborhood Development Foundation’s House Party annual fundraiser to take place on Saturday, March 28, 2015, at First NBC Bank, 210 Baronne St.

         The Patron Party will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the 3rd floor Board Room and the Gala will follow downstairs in First NBC Bank’s historic main lobby at 7:30 p.m.

          “America’s greatest promise has always been the chance to build a better life,” Rosalind Peychaud, Co-Chair of the NDF’s 2015 House Party, said. “For millions of America’s working families, owning a home has come to symbolize the realization of that dream.”

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         She said the NDF provides financial and homebuyer counseling, education, and advocacy by demystifying the homebuying process and opening the door to resources for individuals and families.

         Since 1986, NDF has helped more than 3,200 working families buy their first home and make the transition from home renting to homeownership in New Orleans.

         Peychaud said, “After serving as Executive Director of NDF for seventeen years, I am honored to be a co-chair of the 20th Anniversary House Party fundraiser with State Representative Walter "Walt" J. Leger, III. We ask for your participation and your personal support of a fundraising event for an organization committed to assisting individuals and families ‘Own a piece of New Orleans.’”

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         She said the NDF brings the private and public sectors together to make the dream of homeownership a reality.

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