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May 2021

Mercy Housing: Bridging the Divide After Party

19 May
6:00 pm
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Don’t miss out on the after party of the season! Let loose with other Mercy Housing California fans, and win the trivia contest to decide where the pot gets donated: choose from youth empowerment programs, services for people exiting homelessness, and more! Special guest appearance by Van Jones.

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Exclusive Virtual Tour: Coliseum Place

21 May
1:00 pm
$10
Emerging Leaders Peer Network
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Come tour an affordable housing construction site without having to take off your WFH slippers! Join ELPN for a virtual tour of Resources for Community Development's Coliseum Place, hosted by David Baker Architects. How do buildings evolve during construction? How can I shepherd our team's intent all the way through to a completed building? With a combination of live onsite video conferencing and remote presentation, we will introduce the project, including it's core goals of providing deep affordability and sustainability…

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Advancing the 3P’s through the Bay Area Housing Finance Authority

24 May
10:30 am
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Join NPH for a webinar that will discuss how the Bay Area Housing Finance Authority (BAHFA), created in 2019 by AB 1487 (Chiu) to provide the 9-county Bay Area with regional housing infrastructure. The webinar will explore how BAHFA can help address the region’s housing and displacement crises beyond what the Bay Area would otherwise be able to do without the opportunities presented by BAHFA. Register

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ULI San Francisco: Mobilizing Project Homekey Through Modular – A Case Study (Housing the Bay Lead-Up)

25 May
12:00 pm
$10 – $20
Member Events
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Launched by the State as a response to the impacts of COVID on homelessness in California, Project Homekey is most known for turning hotels and motels into homeless housing. But Project Homekey also provided funds for innovative new build projects that could pull together resources and deliver housing under a very tight deadline. One such project, Homekey LifeMoves|Mountain View used a new delivery model and close collaboration between the developer, the city, consultants, and key funders and stakeholders to transform…

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Everything You Want to Know About Loan Documents

26 May
12:00 pm
$10
Emerging Leaders Peer Network
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Join ELPN and Goldfarb & Lipman LLP for a virtual brownbag to help you review and negotiate loan documents, such as loan agreements, regulatory agreements, promissory notes, deeds of trust, and assignment agreements from multiple lenders. Learn how to communicate your organization’s goals to your lenders, attorneys and deal participants. This workshop gives you the opportunity to strengthen fundamental understanding of the various loan documents (e.g., loan agreement, regulatory agreement, DOT, guaranty etc.) involved in an affordable housing project closing…

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Combatting Racial Segregation through Regional Policies

27 May
12:00 pm
$20 – $40
Brown Bag Workshops
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The Bay Area is more segregated today than it was in 1970, according to recent analysis by the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley. Join a panel of regional researchers, policy advocates, and practitioners to discuss the ongoing residential segregation that threatens the ability of our region to thrive and to hear from advocates and practitioners about recent wins and what some of the upcoming opportunities in regional policy and implementation will be to move…

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June 2021

ULI San Francisco: Housing the Bay 2021 Summit (virtual)

2 Jun
12:00 am
$49 – $139
Member Events
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Registration is open for ULI SF’s 4th Annual Housing the Bay Summit held virtually from June 2 - 4! For four year's ULI has been exploring new solutions to break through housing roadblocks, improve housing affordability, and ensure more people have access to the housing they need through ULI SF's Housing the Bay Initiative. Guided by ULI's members’ expertise in development and finance, policy and governance, community engagement and equity, ULI are building new possibilities and new solutions - while…

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Understanding the Effects of Trauma and Stress

10 Jun
2:00 pm
Resident Services
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To be in service to others does not mean to be in sacrifice to oneself.  There is growing evidence that the impact of directly supporting others through experiences of trauma, oppression, and poverty, goes beyond burnout or fatigue.  The toll of constantly witnessing and holding space for heavily charged human emotions and experiences can distort views about the self, the world, and the future. Individuals who have chosen to be in service to others, often sacrifice their mental, physical, emotional,…

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July 2021

Anchoring in Restorative Practices to Heal

15 Jul
2:00 pm
Resident Services
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To be in service to others does not mean to be in sacrifice to oneself. There is growing evidence that the impact of directly supporting others through experiences of trauma, oppression, and poverty, goes beyond burnout or fatigue. The toll of constantly witnessing and holding space for heavily charged human emotions and experiences can distort views about the self, the world, and the future. Individuals who have chosen to be in service to others, often sacrifice their mental, physical, emotional,…

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