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Housing CAN ends current campaign

February 19, 2015

After several years of promoting the importance of housing affordability for the continued growth and prosperity of the Washington region, the communications campaign Housing CAN is ending its current campaign and moving to the next phase in its lifecycle. It was initiated in September 2012 by founding members CNHED, HAND and NVAHA. Through the campaign, these organizations and many […]

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CNHED elects new board president, vice-president and welcomes two new directors

February 4, 2015

CNHED’s Board of Directors has elected Susanne Slater, President & CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Washington, D.C., as our new Board President. Susanne had been serving as Vice-President of the CNHED Board and as co-chair of the Green Working Group for Sustainable Communities. She succeeds CNHED’s previous Board President Polly Donaldson, who was selected […]

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Small Business Policy Project showcases progress

November 24, 2014

Washington, D.C. – The Small Business Policy Project held its Fall Convening on November 19 to discuss the progress made so far on implementing the Project’s recommendations for improving the environment for small and micro businesses in DC. The event brought together more than 100 people – representing small business owners, technical assistance providers, business association leaders, […]

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DC Council Passes Housing Production Trust Fund Baseline Funding Act

November 24, 2014

Washington, D.C. – On November 17, the DC Council voted unanimously to support at least $100 million in appropriations for the Housing Production Trust Fund annually. Bill 20-708, the Housing Production Trust Fund Baseline Funding Amendment Act of 2014, was introduced by Councilmember (now Mayor-elect) Bowser in recognition of this critical tool for producing and […]

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New CNHED Executive Director Steve Glaude Takes the Helm

October 28, 2014

Washington, D.C. – Stephen Glaude began his tenure as Executive Director of the Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development on Monday, October 27. The appointment follows a comprehensive executive search process that began in January when Mr. Pohlman announced his plans for retirement. “Steve brings a powerful mix of enthusiasm for and tremendous experience in […]

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Organizations asked to support the Housing Production Trust Fund

September 17, 2014

Councilmember Bowser has introduced B20-0708: Housing Production Trust Fund Baseline Act of 2014 that would require the fund receive at least $100 million every year. The bill will be voted on this fall. Please sign on to an open letter that will run in the Washington City Paper before the final vote on the Housing Production Trust Fund […]

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Learn more about building and operating green at Friday’s training

September 17, 2014

Join the CNHED Green Working Group for Sustainable Communities for a two-part training. The morning session will cover “Enterprise Green Communities and DC Green Building Code” and the afternoon session will cover “Solar Opportunities.” Register now. The training will take place on Friday, September 19 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The session will take […]

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Calendar of events for the 2014 elections in DC

September 9, 2014

CNHED’s candidate forum calendar is back! See the scheduled debates and help to populate with new items! http://www.cnhed.org/policy-advocacy/2014-dc-election-events/  

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DC Organizations Support $100 Million for the Trust Fund

March 26, 2014

This week we delivered a letter to Mayor Gray signed by 60 organizations that support committing $100 million to the Housing Production Trust Fund this year, and every year. See the letter and the organizations that support the Housing Production Trust Fund below.  Dear Mayor Gray, The undersigned organizations urge your support of the Housing […]

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Register for Green Retrofits of Multifamily Affordable Housing

February 6, 2014

March 27, 2014 – March 27, 2014 Fellowship Hall Map and Directions | Register

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