Be the Change for Our Children- Save NOC

Neighborhood Outreach Connection is an organization that works to empower low income communities through education, healthcare, and workforce development. We work within the neighborhoods themselves to re-envision the futures of individuals, families, and communities at large through after school programs,

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NOC’s Post-Matthew Storm Recovery Project

NOC has established a Special Storm Recovery Project to assist families severely impacted by Hurricane Matthew. At present, NOC is helping 13 families (52 people).
Because many of these families lost their homes, NOC is assisting them with 4-8 week

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Sharma Addresses Local Group

Dr. Narendra Sharma, NOC Board Chair, recently gave a talk to the Unitarian Church of the Lowcountryon Overcoming poverty and income-inequality: A global and local imperative. …  Dr. Sharma noted that we live in a constant state of flux where

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NOC chairman Narendra P. Sharma, in a special opinion article in the Island Packet, outlines the many ways in which NOC brings support and hope to underserved communities in Beaufort County.
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“Back to School 2016” at Parkview

Well over one hundred people participated in the first annual Parkview Experience: Back to School 2016, co-sponsored by Neighborhood Outreach Connection (NOC) and the Atlantic Housing Foundation. Rev. Antwan Milledge and his wife Sabrina, the United Community Group, and other

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2016 "Fore the Teachers" Golf Tournament

Neighborhood Outreach Connection (NOC) focuses on creating opportunities within distressed neighborhoods on Hilton Head Island, in Greater Bluffton, and in Beaufort by connecting resources, services, and technology to the people who need them most.
 NOC’s flagship program is an after-school

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Find out what is happening at NOC.
Click here to read the Spring Newsletter: Spring 2016 Newsletter…

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Town of Hilton Head to Maintain Cordillo Tennis Courts

During the Hilton Head Island Town Council meeting on April 5, the Council voted 5 to 1 not to sell the Cordillo Tennis Courts to the Home Owners Associations. For the past two years, NOC has opposed this sale, arguing

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NOC Cited as an Effective Model to Overcome Poverty

In a recent opinion article, Diana Furchtgott-Roth, director of Economics21 at the Manhattan Institute, noted that “What improves pay is productivity, and better education leads to higher productivity.” She then cited NOC as an effective model for providing the education

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NOC Urges Town to Convert Tennis Courts to Green Space

NOC and its supporters have taken an active position in urging the Town of Hilton Head to convert the rundown tennis courts located adjacent to the Cordillo Courts Apartments into a recreation green space.
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