“Columbus is a giving and caring community and these two businesses are creating a pathway for residents to support our efforts of providing dignity, opportunity and security through affordable housing."
Homeport Marsh Run Apartment students -- fourth through ninth grade -- recently went to Capital University's Bexley campus to experience college, meeting up with Capital students who mentor and tutor them. Watch a short video on their journey to the future.
"I love my coworkers, their passion and perseverance for our clients. I enjoy the many different classes and seminars we offer. I like that we are in the forefront of the affordable housing challenge affecting our region."
"I’m just as interested in correcting the systems and industries that have an invisible but outsized role in our community’s wellbeing as I am in providing one-on-one support to clients and residents navigating their path to personal success."
In 2017, Mid-Ohio Foodbank began providing much appreciated crates of non-perishable foods to residents of four Homeport senior communities. Watch this video shot in March at Fieldstone Court. Our Elim Manor and Eastway communities are also served through this wonderful partnership.
Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio is expected to move into the first floor of Homeport’s building on Agler Road by the end of April. It will be leasing approximately 4,000 square feet to provide homeless prevention services, case management, financial and educational support for veterans.
Two key promotions have been announced to help Homeport meet its Top 5 priorities in 2017. Craig Murphy is now Homeport’s Chief Strategy Officer, and Leah Evans is Vice President of Neighborhood Strategies.
“National Church Residences has distinguished itself not only in providing first-rate services but is known for providing the kind of critical outcome data we need to make sure we are meeting our goals of opportunity, security and dignity for our residents -- particularly our seniors.”