Non-Profit Housing
Association of Northern California

We are the collective voice of those who support, build and finance affordable housing. We promote the proven methods of the non-profit sector and focus government policy on housing solutions for lower income people who suffer disproportionately from the housing crisis.


Take Action!
Support these current issues:

  • Housing Elements
    As the Bay Area continues to grow, housing elements are critical tools for ensuring an adequate supply of affordable homes keeps pace with projected job growth. NPH and our partners have been working with jurisdictions to revise and adopt 2014-2022 housing elements that do not just comply with the letter of the law, but are also imbued with the spirit behind state housing law. Now our focus will shift to implementation.
  • The Quality of Life Initiative
    The Bay Area Quality of Life Initiative aims to put a ballot measure on the nine-county Bay Area ballot (by November 2016) that will raise dedicated funds for parks and open space, transportation and transit, climate adaptation and affordable housing of $750 million to $1 billion annually.
  • Regional Planning Efforts

    In 2008, California passed Senate Bill 375, which required each of the state's 18 metropolitan areas to adopt a Sustainable communities Strategy (SCS) that would plan for each region's population groth in a way that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In 2013, the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission adopted Plan Bay Area, our region's long-range, integrated transportation and housing/land-use strategy compromised of both the SCS and the Regional Transportation Plan. NPH has been involved in the creation of the Plan Bay Area and will continue to be involved as the Plan rolls out. We will do this primarily through our involvement with the Great Communities Collaborative, a unique collaboration between NPH and a group of regional non-profits and community foundations with the common vision of equitable and sustainable growth in the Bay Area through planning for walkable, transit-friendly communities.

  • Upcoming Events

  • Browse Calendar

    February 2015
    « Jan   Mar »
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7
    8 9 10 11 12 13 14
    15 16 17 18 19 20 21
    22 23 24 25 26 27 28