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new affordable housing one community at a time by applying
for public and private funding to build and maintain eco-friendly
housing that is thoughtfully integrated with the community,
thereby preserving its character.
Facilitate connections and linkages among others by initiating
community-housing partnerships (CHP's) between the nonprofit,
public and business sectors, encouraging them to join forces
as a unified voice and work as a team to plan and implement
creative 'out-of-the-box' solutions.
leverage existing housing stock through innovative collaborative
programs (e.g., Renovate-to-Rent initiative that provides
homeowners living in substandard housing with donated materials
and labor to renovate their homes in exchange for renting
a room to a pre-screened qualified low income residents
in need of affordable transitional housing).
and inform of the need for affordable housing by designing
and maintaining a website that provides local residents,
policy makers and the media with a comprehensive resource
library on issues such as the importance of mixed-income
eco-friendly housing to a community's economic and environmental
health and example model programs and initiatives for preserving
and creating affordable housing.
a self-sustaining funding stream by embracing creative nontraditional
fundraising strategies such as for-profit ventures and online
fundraising, in addition to the traditional funding sources
such as private and public grants, corporate sponsorships,
planned giving, and special community events.
for Low Income Housing
A California Public Benefit Corporation
1250 4th St., Los Osos, CA 93402
(805) 534.0800, email@example.com
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