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Wells Fargo has committed to donating $1 Billion to non-profit organizations that develop affordable housing across the United States over the next six years. This comes after the bank donated $444 million to affordable housing non-profit organizations in 2018. “We have a unique opportunity to work together with nonprofits to make an even greater impact,” said Eileen Fitzgerald, head of housing affordability philanthropy with the Wells Fargo Foundation.

The Recent 2019 Grant Recipients Include: (TAAHP members are highlighted in bold)

  • Cook Inlet Housing Development Corporation (Anchorage, Alaska)
  • Covenant House Alaska (Anchorage, Alaska)
  • Foundation for Senior Living (Phoenix)
  • Habitat for Humanity Fresno (Fresno, Calif.)
  • Resources for Community Development (Berkeley, Calif.)
  • Pueblo Unido Community Development Corporation (La Quinta, Calif.)
  • Community of Friends (Los Angeles)
  • Neighborhood Housing Services (Sacramento, Calif.)
  • Volunteers of America (Sacramento, Calif.)
  • Habitat for Humanity San Diego (San Diego)
  • SVDP Management, Inc. (San Diego)
  • Bridge Housing Corporation (San Francisco)
  • Mercy Housing California (San Francisco)
  • Rebuilding Together San Jose (San Jose, Calif.)
  • Habitat for Humanity Santa Ana (Santa Ana, Calif.)
  • Mercy House CHDO, Inc. (Santa Ana, Calif.)
  • Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation (Ventura, Calif.)
  • Self-Help Enterprises (Visalia, Calif.)
  • Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. (Denver)
  • Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (Denver)
  • Tampa Bay Community Development Corporation (Clearwater, Fla.)
  • Habitat for Humanity Panama City (Panama City, Fla.)
  • Florida Home Partnership, Inc. (Ruskin, Fla.)
  • Habitat for Humanity West Palm Beach (West Palm Beach, Fla.)
  • Neighborhood Renaissance, Inc. (West Palm Beach, Fla.)
  • CSRA Economic Opportunity Authority, Inc. (Augusta, Ga.)
  • NeighborWorks Boise (Boise, Idaho)
  • Northwest Real Estate Capital Corporation (Boise, Idaho)
  • Women’s Institute for Housing and Economic Development, Inc. (Boston)
  • Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. (Columbia, Md.)
  • Mary Harvin Transformation Center Community Development Corporation (Baltimore)
  • Unity Properties, Inc. (Baltimore)
  • City of Lakes Community Land Trust (Minneapolis)
  • Project for Pride in Living, Inc. (Minneapolis)
  • Community Housing Solutions of Guilford, Inc. (Greensboro, N.C.)
  • DHIC, Inc. (Raleigh, N.C.)
  • Habitat for Humanity Newark (Newark, N.J.)
  • La Casa De Don Pedro, Inc. (Newark, N.J.)
  • Saranam LLC (Albuquerque, N.M.)
  • Nevada HAND, Inc. (Las Vegas)
  • Common Ground Communities, Inc. (New York)
  • Access (Medford, Ore.)
  • Native American Youth and Family Center (Portland, Ore.)
  • Northwest Housing Alternatives, Inc. (Milwaukie, Ore.)
  • Tri-County Housing Development, Corporation (Harrisburg, Pa.)
  • Housing Development Corporation of Rock Hill (Rock Hill, S.C.)
  • Habitat for Humanity Sioux Falls (Sioux Falls, S.D.)
  • Saint Joseph Catholic Housing, Inc. (Sioux Falls, S.D.)
  • Rebuilding Together Nashville (Nashville, Tenn.)
  • Foundation Communities, Inc. (Austin, Texas)
  • Habitat for Humanity Austin (Austin, Texas)
  • Habitat for Humanity Fort Worth (Fort Worth, Texas)
  • Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County (Fort Worth, Texas)
  • Fifth Ward Community Redevelopment Corporation (Houston)
  • Neighborhood Recovery Community Development Corporation (Houston)
  • Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (Arlington, Va.)
  • Southside Community Development and Housing Corporation (Richmond, Va.)
  • Habitat for Humanity Renton (Renton, Wash.)
  • Bellweather Housing (Seattle)
  • Acts Community Development Corporation (Milwaukee)
  • Habitat for Humanity Jackson (Jackson, Wyo.)
  • Jackson Hole Community Housing (Jackson, Wyo.)

Founded in 1997, the Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers (TAAHP) is a non-profit trade association serving as the primary advocate and leading resource for the affordable housing industry in Texas. Our vision is to inspire and engage our members and stakeholders to end the affordable housing crisis in Texas.

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