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11.18.21 Members Making News
 Public housing authorities know that providing stable housing is only the first step in helping families thrive. A comprehensive approach that combines health, education, and housing programs has shown to dramatically improve life outcomes for low-income families. Public housing authorities...
11.17.21 Members Making News
From the Brooklyn Reader: A new 12-story 100% affordable housing development will bring 179 permanently affordable apartments to extremely low and low-income families in Brownsville. The Van Dyke III building, part of New York City Housing Authority’s (NYCHA) 23 building Van Dyke housing complex...
11.2.21 Members Making News
From Housing Matters, an Urban Institute Initative: For students who are also parents, completing higher education in an in-demand field can lead to greater opportunity and financial stability. Though a growing number of young parents are enrolling in higher education programs,...
11.2.21 Members Making News
From NBC 4 Columbus:  Residents and organizers celebrated the first anniversary of the Carol Stewart Village in Franklinton, a place designed to help at-risk youth find stable housing, healthcare, and prepare them for success. “It kind of puts you on the right track once you have the...
9.22.21 Members Making News, Awards/Grants
From the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority’s press release: An innovative collaboration launched last year between the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) and the Healthcare Collaborative of Greater Columbus (HCGC) is among only four organizations in the United States to receive...
9.7.21 Members Making News
From the Chicago-Sun Times: Eighteen-year-old triplets Javier, Gerald Jr. and Miles Lumpkins are days away from heading to college — the first generation in their families to do so. On Wednesday, their journey was made a little easier when, along with more than 170 other students at the Charles...
9.7.21 Members Making News
From the Los Angeles Sentinel: The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) hosted the 9th Annual Build Hope Inc. (formerly known as Kids Progress Inc.) Scholarship Celebration. Although COVID19 restrictions have begun to lift, the organizations decided to host this year’s event...
7.28.21 Members Making News
From WCNC Charlotte: Greater Steps Scholars, formerly known as the Charlotte Housing Authority Scholarship Fund, is hosting a summer-long dorm room and school supply drive with the goal of providing the organization's scholars with the essential items they need to pursue a college education....
7.28.21 Members Making News
From Spectrum News 1: While more people are becoming digitally connected, there is still a notable digital divide between younger and older Americans. This is why the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority is working to connect seniors to the internet through a digital learning class...
7.28.21 Members Making News
From CBS 2 Pittsburgh: Former Steelers’ Super Bowl champion Jerome Bettis is hoping to “WOW” Pittsburgh with a brand new project. His foundation, “The Bus Stops Here” is teaming up with the housing authority and Stem Coding Lab for the “WiFi On Wheels” cyber bus. It’s a mobile computer lab with...

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