Enterprise: California Preservation Academy – Sustainability, Resilience and Health Considerations for SMMF Preservation.

Enterprise’s Preservation Next program is launching a series of publicly available, no-cost virtual training sessions designed to assist affordable housing developers and providers, practitioners and policymakers, and advocates with guidance to acquire, rehabilitate and preserve the affordability of homes located in unsubsidized small- to medium-multifamily (SMMF) properties, prevent displacement of residents at risk of eviction, and advocate for preservation minded policies, programs, and resources.

2023 ELPN Year Kick Off Event

Chambers eat + drink 601 Eddy St, San Francisco, CA

Kick off the new year with ELPN! Join us on Thursday, February 2 for our first social event of 2023 at Chambers Eat + Drink in Downtown San Francisco. This event is a great way to connect with fellow housers or introduce a colleague to the ELPN community. Tickets are $20 which includes appetizers and unlimited wine, beer, and soft drinks. Additional drinks will be available for purchase. If cost is an issue, please reach out to Andrew@nonprofithousing.org. No one…

$20

Enterprise: California Preservation Academy – Navigating Rehabilitation of SMMF Properties

Enterprise’s Preservation Next program is launching a series of publicly available, no-cost virtual training sessions designed to assist affordable housing developers and providers, practitioners and policymakers, and advocates with guidance to acquire, rehabilitate and preserve the affordability of homes located in unsubsidized small- to medium-multifamily (SMMF) properties, prevent displacement of residents at risk of eviction, and advocate for preservation minded policies, programs, and resources.

Brown Bag: Building Strong Relationships with Cities to Promote Affordable Housing

Zoom

More often than not, interpersonal relationships make the difference between affordable housing proposals sailing through the entitlement process or dying a painful death of delay. For this panel, affordable housing experts from a range of industries will discuss strategies housing activists can use to build and leverage their relationships with city staff and elected officials to promote affordable housing. This panel would orient housing activists toward productive, collaborative involvement with local policymaking processes. Panelists will discuss how attendees can identify…

$20 – $40