"Homeport has set itself on a strategic path we believe will help us be a leader in addressing the 54,000-resident affordable housing shortfall expected over the next decade in Central Ohio."
"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."
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.
"This is mine. It’s a big dream. I’m just a little old country girl from Louisville, Ky., who never thought she would be a homeowner.”
“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.”
“Quality, affordable housing is terribly needed for working families who in some cases are paying 50 percent of their income to rent. Adding 40 units of affordable housing in Columbus is huge.”
"Homeport’s programs, with their focus on making affordable housing readily available, and ensuring that once it is available that it remains sustainable, are exciting and innovative."
Join us on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 2017 from 5:00PM - 7:00PM to hear Bruce Luecke provide insights into positioning yourself to be a President & CEO. This is a free event, RSVP requested.
"Some people are content with waking up going to work just to receive a paycheck. Coming here each day reminds me of how awesome a responsibility we have to provide one the most important aspects in life to a family, a home."
Thursday, July 27, 2017 at NorthStar Golf Club
Registration @ 10:15AM • Tee Off @ 11:00AM
“Our foundation and community relations organization is focused on poverty, homelessness, and education in underserved communities. A lot of those areas of focus are aligned with the issues Homeport is trying to address."
“We are trying to help people move the needle from ‘I want to buy a house’ to actually doing it.”
“It was creative how we were celebrating Martin Luther King.”
"Affordable housing is key to our communities’ vitality, economic growth and development. Housing provides a sense of permanence and commitment, which builds families, neighborhoods and communities."
"To last at least another 30-plus years and grow our business, we’ll concentrate on what we do best and leverage the expertise of partners."
No need to be YOUNG to Join Homeport's YP Group in this Bowling Challenge! Just put a team together and get your bowling game on to provide housing for those in need!
Thanks to an 'Ugly Sweater' competition, engineering firm EMH&T has donated $5,074 to Homeport to purchase books for children living in Homeport’s residential communities.