"I am thankful and blessed to work with a tremendously capable and resourceful group of people. I am thrilled to work in an organization that focuses on families and nurturing children."
State Auto extends bus tour funding commitment; Still opportunities to participate in YWCA event recognizing Homeport's Maude Hill.
WOSU Public Media takes a look at reclaiming old buildings, communities and ideas in Columbus. Discover the neighbors who revitalized one of Central Ohio's first African-American communities, local homes built from Sears kits, an Ohio group of young preservationists and a historic home that now serves families who are in Columbus for cancer treatments.
“Rev. Edgar’s decades of work in our community represents the pure essence of what we as an organization celebrate."
"OCCH and Homeport work closely together in so many ways. We raise capital for Homeport’s rental housing projects, manage some of the properties through Community Properties of Ohio Management Services (CPO), make predevelopment and acquisition loans, and provide grants for Homeport’s supportive services."
"I can only hope that I’ve given-back as much or more than what I received from the organization, partners, and community."
“The office space is great, and the location continues to suit our market base and our employees that live near the area.”
Read about American Addition, awards, signage and more in this month's Homeport Happenings.
NeighborWorks America exists today because 40 years ago, a coalition of residents, government officials, bankers and community members envisioned better, more affordable homes in the places where people need them the most.
The apartments, off Livingston Avenue in Reynoldsburg, will have an income cap of 60 percent of Metropolitan Statistical Area income of $74,500 for Central Ohio.
There is nothing wrong or illegal about seeking your tax return money as quickly as possible. The question you need to ask yourself is whether the terms are worth it.
“We are helping to stabilize businesses and beautify the commercial corridors in Milo-Grogan.”
The mammogram truck is part of OhioHealth's initiative to bring health services to communities traditionally underserved. African-American women in Central Ohio are dying from breast cancer at a 33 percent higher rate than their white counterparts.
"For nine years I have worked with individuals who are passionate about moving the needle on the need for more affordable housing in Central Ohio. It is a growing crisis we are dedicated to impacting."
"Columbus and Central Ohio continues to grow, and with it a demand for both affordable and workforce housing. It will be done by ourselves and with partners, both with or without Low Income Housing Tax Credits, the longtime funding workhorse of our industry."
“We tell them, ‘we’ll be there to help you but it is up to you to cross that finish line. We’ll give you the tools (counseling, courses), but it is up to you to do the work.'”
The new relationship with Dress for Success is part of Homeport's strategic goal of being laser focused on the stability and success of the 5,700 residents living in Homeport communities. To read and learn more about Homeport resident services, click here.
'Winter Wonderland,' 'Ugly' donations and Zoo time for seniors. All in Homeport Happenings.