Station Center. Photo by Bruce Damonte, courtesy David Baker Architects

NPH members are part of a large and growing coalition of affordable home developers, advocates and other professionals working throughout the Bay Area.

NPH convenes and activates its members and partners, advocating for funding, resources, and policy solutions that support affordable home development as a key part of vibrant, transit-oriented, diverse and equitable communities.


Your commitment helps us to strengthen and grow the affordable housing movement in the Bay Area and across California. To renew your membership or join NPH, use the orange buttons to the right.

Join us! We cannot do this work without our members. 

 1. Start by selecting your membership type using the orange buttons to the right (desktop) or below (mobile).

2. Read on to learn more about our membership benefits.


What is my membership status? Email to check on your membership status.

MEMBERSHIP UPDATE: We’ve streamlined our member structure to make selecting the right membership level easier for you! We understand that you may need to transition to, and budget for, our new rates, and we appreciate your continued commitment and support.

Please reach out if you have any questions –

Membership Benefits

As a member of the NPH community, your membership includes key opportunities including:

  • Networking opportunities and collaboration with decision-makers, affordable housing peers, and industry leaders in the region;
  • Participation in working groups that share best practices and shape NPH’s policy priorities and strategies;
  • Technical assistance, trainings, and workshops to build the capacity of your organization and get you the resources you need;
  • Opportunities to share events, job postings, and other relevant updates to our large network;
  • Access to NPH publications, toolkits, and other critical communications and updates;
  • Acknowledgement on our website (organization name listed);
  • Discounts to NPH events, including our annual Fall Affordable Housing Conference
 and Leadership Awards celebration.


Our membership runs on a calendar year so we urge you to renew today to maximize member benefits! 

Your membership enables our extensive training programs, our ability to convene meetings between members and top decision makers, and our advocacy in Washington D.C., Sacramento and Bay Area cities and counties.


(Non-Profit Organization/Government Agency/Business or Private Corporation)

Less than $500k $300
$500k – $1m $600
$1m – $2m $1,400
$2m – $5m $2,000
Over $5m $4,000


Student / Senior / Low-Income $25
Supporter $100
Advocate $250
Consultant $500
Champion $1,000

NPH is a 501c(3) organization and your membership is 100% tax deductible.

NPH is grateful for the support of our of organizational members, representing thousands of staff and tens of thousands of impacted community members. We would also like to thank the dozens of advocates, community leaders and housing professionals who support NPH as individual members.

Housing Choices Coalition

CA Center for Cooperative Development


Saida + Sullivan Design Partners, Inc.

RSG, Inc

Jones Hall

Bonnewit Development Services

Affordable Housing Foundation

Project Go, Inc.

Craig S. Meltzner & Associates

BBI Construction

Tamalpais Pacific

City of Emeryville

City of Palo Alto

City of Dublin

Office of Community Investment & Infrastructure

Community Housing Sonoma County

Napa Valley Community Housing

Fritz Architecture-Urbanism

Contra Costa County Department of Conservation and Development

Monterey County Housing Authority Development Corporation

Krupka Consulting

Las Palmas Housing

Jamboree Housing Corporation

Sunseri Construction, Inc.

Housing Authority of the City of Alameda

Dahlin Group Architecture Planning

San Mateo County Department of Housing/Housing Authority of the County of San Mateo

California Debt Limit Allocation Committee

California Municipal Finance Authority

Van Meter Williams Pollack LLP

PG&E Multifamly Programs

HKIT Architects

City of Santa Rosa ? Housing and Community Services

Okamoto Saijo Architecture

Walker & Dunlop

Tenderloin Housing Clinic

Public Interest Law Project

Hello Housing

City of East Palo Alto

Emily Weinstein Consulting

Amy Hiestand Consulting, LLC

PGIM Real Estate Finance

California Community Reinvestment Corporation

CBRE, Inc. Capital Markets

Sonoma County Community Development Commission

Marin Community Foundation

PEP Housing

Studio VARA

Jones Hall

Episcopal Community Services

Seifel Consulting Inc.

Brilliant Corners

Center for California Homeowner Association Law


Basis Architecture & Consulting Inc.

MFRG-ICON Construction

Affordable Community Energy Services Company

Heart of San Mateo County

Biscuit Labs

JVH Empower

Sand Hill Property Company

Levy Design Partners

Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC)

Housing Authority of the County of Contra Costa

PATH Ventures

California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD)

Burbank Housing Development Corporation

Midstate Construction Corporation

Community Vision

Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley

Sun Light & Power

Affirmed Housing Group

Community Housing Partnership (CHP)

City of San Mateo

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation

Palo Alto Housing Corporation

Enterprise Community Investment, Inc.


Spiteri, Narasky & Daley, LLP

San Francisco Housing Accelerator Fund

Devine & Gong, Inc.

Oakland Housing Authority

Anne Phillips Architecture

PYATOK architecture + urban design

MidPen Housing

Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco

East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC)

D&H Construction

Resources for Community Development (RCD)

San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development

Housing Trust Silicon Valley

Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA)

Solano Affordable Housing Foundation

Christian Church Homes (CCH)

California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA)

Carlson Beck, LLC

EAH Housing

California Community Reinvestment Corporation

Community Economics, Inc.

Eden Housing, Inc.

Mission Economic Development Agency

Low Income Investment Fund

Mercy Housing California

Bay Area Local Initiatives Support Corporation

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

Related California

Cahill Contractors

Gubb & Barshay LLP

RSG, Inc

Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

The John Stewart Company

Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center

Charities Housing

Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

Merritt Community Capital Corporation

San Francisco Housing Development Corporation

Contra Costa Interfaith Housing

Silicon Valley Bank – Community Development Finance

Century Housing Corporation

David Baker Architects

Novogradac & Company LLP

Swinerton Builders

BRIDGE Housing Corporation

Indie Capital, LLC

Arrowhead Housing

Arcata House Partnership

City of Half Moon Bay

Human Investment Project, Inc. (HIP Housing)

The Kelsey

Haven Connect

Commonwealth Land Title

Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco

Association for Energy Affordability

Self-Help Entreprise

County of Santa Clara – Office of Supportive Housing

The Unity Council

Bright Power, Inc.

Brilliant Corners

Destination: Home

Housing Choices

Mechanics Bank

Branagh Inc

GRID Alternatives

Lowney Architects

Technology Credit Union

Vaquero Construction




This list does not include the 83 individual NPH members.
This list was last updated 10/30/2019.