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Community Housing Partners (CHP), a nonprofit organization which provides affordable and sustainable housing throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic, has received Certified Organization for Resident Engagement and Services (CORES) Certification.
CHP Celebrates National Weatherization Day and 43rd Anniversary of the Weatherization Assistance Program
Community Housing Partners (CHP), which has provided weatherization services in Virginia since 1976, is celebrating National Weatherization Day on Wednesday, Oct. 30. National Weatherization Day brings local, state, and national attention to the federal Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP), which is marking its 43rd anniversary this year, as well as the members of the WAP network.
Community Housing Partners (CHP), an affordable and sustainable housing provider with headquarters in Virginia, has been hard at work helping hundreds of aspiring homeowners in Washington, D.C. and Prince George’s County, Maryland.
As the summer winds to a close, youth at 15 apartment communities in Virginia and Florida have started the school year with a distinct advantage. That’s because Community Housing Partners (CHP) gave out hundreds of books and organized reading opportunities for youth through the CHP Reads! Summer Reading Program.
The Energy Solutions Research and Training Center welcomed 52 participants for the sixth annual CHP Builders’ Boot Camp. The event is an intensive, interactive, and collaborative learning workshop experience for construction industry professionals.
In 2017, Community Housing Partners (CHP) was among 20 nonprofit organizations from across the country competitively chosen for the Health Outcomes Demonstration Project, a joint effort by Enterprise Community Partners and NeighborWorks America.
Community Housing Partners (CHP), a Virginia-based provider of affordable and sustainable housing, will be part of the development team for a 13-story, $180 million mixed-use building in Washington, D.C.’s NoMa neighborhood.
The Association of Energy Conservation Professionals (AECP), a nonprofit trade association that offers resources and support for Virginia weatherization professionals, recently recognized a staff member at Community Housing Partners with a first-time award and high praise.
Community Housing Partners (CHP), a Virginia-based nonprofit provider of affordable and sustainable housing across the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic, has purchased a 142-unit apartment complex in Winston-Salem, North Carolina for $6.4 million.
CHP closed on Kensington Village Apartments, which features one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments in 17 buildings spread over 12.5 acres, on May 31.
A new apartment community financed with Low Income Housing Tax Credits begins accepting applications. A first-time homeowner closes on a home using an FHA loan. A weatherization professional installs insulation on a low-income family’s home with Weatherization Assistance Program funds.
In the first few months of 2019, CHP has already made significant progress in advocating for federal and state programs that support the nonprofit’s residents and clients. From tours and roundtables to office visits on Capitol Hill, CHP has been a voice for programs and services that support low-income families and communities.
Community Housing Partners, a member of the NeighborWorks network, is receiving $556,500 in flexible grants from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation, also known as NeighborWorks America. This grant will support its affordable housing and community development activities.
Did you know that the average student loses about a month of academic learning during the “summer slide?” Community Housing Partners (CHP) is working to offset that loss through the CHP Reads! Summer Reading Program.
CHP welcomes Paula Williams and Stephanie Rogers-Hollinger to their new roles in Property Management.
Community Housing Partners’ signature real estate project in 2018, The Apartments at Kingsridge, is not only providing stable, affordable housing for families in the Richmond area—it’s also contributing to the local economy and utilizing innovative construction techniques.