Americans age 50 and older who identify as LGBT are a significant and growing part of the “silver tsunami” that is swelling demand for scarce affordable senior housing options. Open to all qualified seniors, the award-winning North Park Senior Apartments is the first inclusive and LGBT-affirming senior community in San Diego.
FHLBank San Francisco awarded $65.9 million in Affordable Housing Program (AHP) grants to 70 projects that will construct or rehabilitate 6,067 units of housing affordable for lower-income families and individuals in seven states – Arizona, Arkansas, California, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, and Washington.
Incumbent member director Brian M. Riley has been declared re-elected to a new four-year term on the Bank’s board beginning January 1, 2019, and ending December 31, 2022. Mr. Riley is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mohave State Bank, Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
The Quality Jobs Fund, seeded with a $100 million charitable donation from the Bank, made a $3.2 million investment in Pacific Community Ventures, a nationally recognized CDFI that supports Bay Area small businesses. Rep. Barbara Lee and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf spoke at the announcement event. Watch highlights of the press conference.
The Bank is collaborating with the FDIC and the California Foundation to host a forum in Sacramento highlighting strategies and programs to support people with disabilities. Nonprofits, community development organizations, financial institutions, and government agencies are encouraged to attend.
The Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH) annual conference brings affordable housing developers, advocates, experts, cross-sector partners, and other stakeholders together for a day of learning and networking in San Francisco. This year’s theme is “Building Momentum,” and the Bank is an event sponsor.
The Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing (SCANPH) is hosting its 30th annual conference in Los Angeles for advocates, consumers, builders, lenders, lawmakers, and other leaders in Southern California’s affordable housing community. The theme is “We Are What We Build,” and the Bank is an event sponsor.