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March 2020

POSTPONED – ELPN: Modular Project Tour & Happy Hour

26 Mar
3:15 pm
Free
Emerging Leaders Peer Network Member Events

In light of evolving public health recommendations around COVID-19 and to protect the health of our members and communities, we are postponing all NPH trainings. Once confirmed, we will share a new date. For those registered, an NPH staff will reach out to offer full refunds. For questions, please email info@nonprofithousing.org Join the Emerging Leaders Peer Network (ELPN) on March 26th for a private tour of The Union an exciting new modular housing development in West Oakland. All five stories of this 110-unit…

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October 2020

Housing Trust Silicon Valley: On the House

6 Oct
4:00 pm
Member Events
Graphic featuring a housing on a hill

Join Housing Trust Silicon Valley on October 6 for their upcoming event, “On the House.” Housing Trust Silicon Valley is excited to invite you to our virtual fall event, On the House! At this friend-raiser, we’ll provide updates on Housing Trust’s impact, hear from guest speakers on pressing issues, and break out into small groups for lively guided discussion – all while raising funds for Housing Trust’s work creating affordable housing opportunities throughout the greater Bay Area. When: Tuesday, October…

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Creating Clean Airspace: Zoom Roundtable for Smoke and Heat Wave Response

8 Oct
2:00 pm
Member Events
Photo of air quality in San Francisco

Hosted by the Association for Energy Affordability and David Baker Architects, "Creating Clean Airspace" is an online workshop to help California non-profit housing providers respond to intensifying climate hazards, such as heat waves and smoke events. They will share the immediate actions available to property managers and residents to safeguard health and safety, identify long-term preparedness, and have a discussion to determine barriers and resources needed for improving housing resiliency. The workshop is aimed at property owners, asset and property management staff of…

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November 2020

November HAC: Looking Ahead with Senator Jim Beall

20 Nov
12:00 pm
Member Events
SV@Home event flyer

Join Silicon Valley at Home for a very special and final Housing Action Coalition (HAC) of the year with our guest of honor, Senator Jim Beall. Come hear him share about his experience in public service and what he sees for the future of housing as he leaves Sacramento.

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December 2020

SOMAH: Funding for LIHTC Major Rehabilitation Projects Webinar

2 Dec
10:30 am
Member Events
Image of SOMAH logo

Millions of dollars in funding is available for the installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) in existing affordable housing properties. Eligible major rehabilitation projects going through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) 4% and 9% programs are able to co-leverage the Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing (SOMAH) program for cash incentives and free comprehensive technical assistance. Join SOMAH’s online webinar on December 2 from 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. to learn more about how you can take advantage of these solar…

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Generation Housing: Youth & Housing Town Hall

7 Dec
6:00 pm
Member Events
Generation Housing logo

How is Sonoma County’s housing crisis impacting our young people and what does this mean for our future?
How can youth raise their voices to advocate for more housing options?

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Livable Sunnyvale: Jessica Trounstine talk

9 Dec
6:30 pm
Member Events
livable Sunnyvale

Livable Sunnyvale is honored to host Professor Jessica Trounstine, author of the award winning book 'Segregation by Design: Local Politics and Inequality in American Cities' for an insightful talk. When: Wednesday, December 9, 2020,  6:30 PM to 8 PM Where: Click here to register for the Meeting link    Segregation by Design draws on more than 100 years of quantitative and qualitative data from thousands of American cities to explore how local governments generate race and class segregation. Starting in the early twentieth century, cities have used their…

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Habitat for Humanity SF: Framing the Future

10 Dec
11:30 am
Member Events
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Habitat for Humanity is excited you can join us for their first-ever virtual Framing the Future!

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February 2021

Habitat for Humanity SF – The Next Generation: the Power of Affordable Homeownership Across Generations

4 Feb
12:00 pm
Member Events
Banner for Habitat for Humanity event

Please join Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco for a virtual panel, funded by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, on Thursday, February 4th at noon as we bring together first time Habitat Greater San Francisco homeowners and young adults who grew up in Habitat homes, to reflect on the impacts of growing up with the safety, security, and stability of affordable homeownership. On the panel you’ll hear distinct perspectives on the impacts of children – first from parents, who help us understand how their goals for homeownership fit…

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March 2021

Housing CA – Lobby Days 2021

16 Mar
12:00 am
Member Events
Supporters at a past Lobby Days

Please join Residents United Network (RUN)’s for their virtual Lobby Days 2021 that will stretch across three days in March. Register today, then pass the link to friends and family who want to make sure our legislators know how many of us care about increasing affordable housing and ending homelessness. Register

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