Welcome to West End Neighborhood House
Located in the city of Wilmington’s historic ‘Little Italy’ district, West End Neighborhood House has been improving the lives of an ethnically, economically and culturally diverse community since 1883. In 2012, the agency served over 9,000 individuals. By employing a continuum of care approach to meet clients’ comprehensive needs and encourage ultimate self-sufficiency, West End provides assistance through outcomes-driven programming, utilizing innovative solutions to resolve complex social challenges throughout Delaware. West End is a registered 501c3 organization, whose mission is to help individuals achieve self-sufficiency, reach and maintain their maximum potential, and live responsibly and harmoniously in a healthy community and complex world.
2012 Annual Report
Click here to view West End’s 2012 Annual Report. (The file may take a few moments to load.)
Read Our Newsletter!
Check out what’s happening at West End by reading our monthly newsletter. Click here for more details.
West Side Revitalization
The West Side Revitalization Plan includes initiatives for improving area parks, growing local businesses, strengthening housing and creating more opportunities for youth on the West Side. To view a copy of the entire plan, click here. For an executive summary of the plan, click here.
Need a GED? Looking for Work?
Did you know that West End offers training in both – for FREE? Contact Sheranda Robinson at (302) 658-4171 x 148 to learn more and sign up for orientation, especially if you’re thinking about testing for the GED. As of January 1, 2014, the exam will change in format and price. The new test will include math up to Algebra II, Trigonometry, Physics and an additional five-paragraph essay. We expect testing fees to rise from $75 to $125 or more so enroll today and get yours before the current test expires!
United Way of Delaware – 2012 Campaign
West End’s United Way Agency Code is 540
Funding received by West End from the United Way of Delaware is critical to the agency’s overall success. The relationship between the United Way of Delaware and West End represents true collaboration and remains among the strongest of partnerships in West End’s history. The presence of the United Way of Delaware is felt in nearly every program and service at West End. Their continued leadership in policy and advocacy for West End Neighborhood House and other social service agencies has helped build strong families and neighborhoods throughout Delaware. Through the United Way, you can directly help West End Neighborhood House and the over 10,000 individuals we serve annually. To allocate your 2013 United Way gift to West End, enter our code 540 on campaign forms! THANK YOU!