From Dallas to Downtown Columbus to the studios of Ch. 10 TV, Homeport was well represented in the month of September. Read Homeport Happenings to learn how organization representatives explained the finances and challenges of affordable housing.
‘Big Table’ discussions, backpack giveaways and an important grant donation for homebuyer education were some of the important events that occurred at Homeport in August. Read Homeport Happenings and learn more.
“It is so rewarding to know that we were able to make such an impact in people’s lives. However, it was incredibly emotional watching the applicants who were not first in line shed tears because they had missed out.”
Watch video of M/I Homes executive Robert Schottenstein speaking to Homeport staff about the honor of representing his company — and his late father — at Homeport’s upcoming annual Voice & Vision program. “We have tried to continue the tradition and we have every intention of maintaining it.”
“I have worked on over 200 affordable housing projects that were developed, resulting in more than 7,000 homes. A lot of these are for people who have mental disabilities, extremely low-income or seniors. It is very satisfying to think about all the people who have had a good place to live as a result.”
“We are interested in helping fund the work of impactful, local non-profit organizations that are child, family, health and/or education-focused. We are excited to have Homeport as our September/October recipient of a portion of the meter money this year.”