Via Mercury News, NPH Executive Director Amie Fishman noted that “the need for bold affordable housing solutions has become too urgent for major companies like Facebook to ignore. Their commitment is an important step in the right direction.”
Election Day is coming up November 5 and we need to make sure San Francisco passes Proposition A! Prop A will invest $600 million in affordable housing through a bond to support the city's most vulnerable residents and communities, as well as affordable housing for educators.
The "Vote Yes On A" campaign needs your help in making sure this critical measure passes. First, if you are a San Francisco voter, make sure you vote for the measure on November 5. Second, get involved by volunteering! Sign up to volunteer on their website, AffordableHomesSF.com, or email email@example.com.
There's a big event coming up before the election that's a great opportunity to show your support:
Join NPH at our annual holiday member party for food, fun, and an opportunity to connect with fellow NPH members! We'll celebrate the success we have accomplished this past year with you – our members, partners, and advocates – and gear up for an exciting 2020.
This event is free to all NPH members and future members. Registration is required to help us plan accordingly and will open soon. For questions, please email Estephanie Sunga at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, December 5, 2019 5:30PM - 8:00PM The Keystone 68 4th St, San Francisco
ENGAGE: DON'T MISS THESE WORKING GROUP AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES!
Want to engage and collaborate with NPH on the housing issues you care about? Take advantage of the following opportunities:
In lieu of a Legislative Issues Working Group meeting in November, NPH will convene its TCAC Working Group:
In anticipation of critical needs pertaining to CDLAC rules and the state 4% bond allocation, NPH is hosting two special meetings of its TCAC Working Group to shape our organization's response:
November 6 Discuss the CDLAC bond cap allocation for affordable housing and the CDLAC request for emergency regs. Register
November 14 Discuss the issue of rent increases in affordable housing developments and over-income tenants. Register
November 15, Public Land for Public Good: Demystifying the Surplus Land Act and AB 1486 Join NPH along with Great Communities Collaborative and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Community Development Department to learn how agencies can be better prepared to implement AB 1486 in service of expanding housing affordability in high opportunity areas. Register
NOTE: Working Groups, like the TCAC Working Group, are for NPH members only. It's one of many member perks, such as member discounts on trainings and events.Learn how to become a member or find out the status of your membership by contacting Emmanuel Escamilla at email@example.com.
We're excited to share these great opportunities with NPH's Emerging Leaders Peer Network (ELPN):
November 8, Relocation: The Production Join ELPN for an informational roundtable discussion that will dive into what relocation is, why we do it, who is involved, and how we can navigate its challenges. Register
November 13, Project-Based Voucher/Section 8 Training Join ELPN for a panel discussion that will explore the basics of the Section 8 Program and discuss allocation procedures, underwriting standards, and current trends. Register
November 20, 2019 ELPN Year-End Party Join ELPN to celebrate another full year of building, supporting, and advocating for affordable housing in the Bay Area! Register
JOIN THE NPH TEAM!
In order to expand our capacity, we're hiring for four, brand new positions to help support our work toward making the Bay Area and California a place where everyone has an affordable and stable home:
11/4 San Francisco Foundation's "Our Region's Leaders Discuss the Housing Challenge." This panel discussion will look at the implications of recently enacted housing legislation as well as what the future holds for addressing the challenge of homelessness and housing in the Bay Area.
11/8 MidPen Housing's Sunset Creek Grand Re-Opening Celebration. Come celebrate the renovation of Sunset Creek, 76 affordable apartments for families in Fairfield. Sunset Creek is the result of a partnership between MidPen Housing and the City of Fairfield to preserve and maintain its affordable housing communities for the long run.
11/13 East Bay Housing Organizations' Annual Membership Celebration. Join EBHO for an evening of community connection, celebrating our wins, and committing to work together for housing justice in the big year ahead.
11/14 Housing Leadership Council's Happy Hour & Housing 101 Training. Join HLC for drinks, snacks, and a brief training on how to advocate for affordable homes in your community. This fun and informative event is perfect for newcomers and a great way to meet other people in your community interested in affordable housing!
11/15 Burbank Housing's Stoddard West Apartments Grand Opening. Enjoy food, wine, tours, and community to celebrate the addition of 49 new affordable homes to Burbank Housing's community in Napa.
For more information contact Laurie Lynn Hogan: 707.303.1018 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
11/15 San Francisco Foundation's Challenge Grant Fellowship. This fellowship creates an opportunity for ambitious leaders to advance the next generation of housing policy in one of the most influential regions in the world.Fellows will help local governments advance innovative housing policy to support equity and inclusion.
Coalition Corner: 11/8 Google.org's Impact Challenge Bay Area. Google recently launched a $10M Google.org Impact Challenge, an open invitation to local nonprofit organizations to submit their ideas to address some of the most challenging societal issues facing our community today.
Coalition Corner: 12/3 The Bay Area Senior Health Policy Coalition's "Shaping the Future Together: Aging in the Bay Area." Join over 200 aging advocates, policymakers and stakeholders at this one-day conference for action-oriented and engaging sessions on issues impacting the Bay Area’s aging population.