Orange County Community Housing Corporation, the Kennedy Commission and Affordable Housing Clearinghouse are hosting the 31st Annual Affordable Housing Awards Breakfast. This breakfast gathering is an opportunity for the community to honor leaders in affordable housing. Sponsorship opportunities are available: please click on the link for AHA 2013 Sponsor Form.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
7:30 to 9:00 AM
650 Town Center Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
$35 per person
2013 AHA Honorees
Project of the Year – Large Development
Triada Court & Triada Gardens
Project of the Year – Small Development
C&C Development & Orange Housing Development Corp
Project of the Year – Special Needs Development
AMCAL Multi-Housing, Inc. & A Community of Friends
Political Will Award
City of Santa Ana
AHA 2013 Sponsors
Bank of America
Jamboree Housing Corp.
Western Community Housing Inc.
Steve Hurdle, Senior Vice President, National Mortgage Outreach Advocacy Non-Profit, presented AHC with a grant in September. The grant is part of a $22 million investment by Bank of America to build and rehab affordable housing, offer foreclosure prevention services and homeowner counseling, and provide other services intended to invigorate and rejuvenate neighborhoods.
Nationally the grants support more than 650 nonprofits in 34 states. Our funding will allow Affordable Housing Clearinghouse to continue our Affordable Housing Programs and Services.
As we look to provide our community with important low to moderate income housing opportunities, Bank of America’s investment in our organization will enable us to continue performing our vital work. Thank you, Bank of America, for your commitment and support.
Mr. Jack Sun, Senior VP of Cathay Bank presented a donation to AHC for the organization’s Affordable Housing Programs and Services. “Mr. Sun takes great pride of Cathay Bank’s corporate values, which address social responsibility and community reinvestment as the center of company’s business philosophy.” On behalf of AHC and the clients we serve, we thank Cathay Bank for its support.
Ms. Sandra Speed, Charitable Manager at Wells Fargo Housing Foundation and Carlos Escobar, Home Mortgage Consultant provided a grant to AHC for the organizations Affordable Housing Programs and Services. On behalf of staff and clients we serve thank you to Wells Fargo Housing Foundation for your support throughout the years.
The Affordable Housing Clearinghouse has received one of the first grants approved by the board of directors of the Opus Community Foundation, formed in September 2010.
Opus Bank and Opus Community Foundation announced on March 16th the foundation’s first 15 grant awards. The Opus Community Foundation was established to improve the quality of life of individuals and families living in or around Opus Bank’s communities.
The grants were awarded to nonprofits in Los Angeles County and Orange County with a focus on affordable housing, community development, education, financial literacy, or the arts. The grant supports AHC’s programs to create affordable housing.
Opus Community Foundation Announces First Grant Awards
On March 10, 2011, Affordable Housing Clearinghouse celebrated its 20th Anniversary at Costa Mesa’s Turnip Rose. More…
Affordable Housing Clearinghouse is in a consortium agreement with Neighborhood Housing Services of Orange County, Orange County Community Housing Corporation, Mary Erickson Community Housing, Habitat for Humanity of Orange County, Irvine Community Land Trust, and Community Housing Resources has been awarded $7.5 million in NSP2 funds. These funds will be used in targeted areas across 129 census tracts affected by high foreclosure and vacancy risk scores.
The consortium will acquire and rehabilitate 68 foreclosed or abandoned properties for resale and rental and provide financing mechanisms, in the form of homebuyer assistance, for 45 households to purchase and rehabilitate foreclosed homes. These activities will benefit households whose income is at or below 120 percent of area median income, with 25 percent of the funds for households at or below 50 percent of area median income.
Funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, this round of NSP grants is being awarded competitively to applicants who developed the most innovative ideas to address the impact foreclosure crisis has had on local communities, while demonstrating that they have the capacity to be responsible stewards of taxpayer dollars.