The Greensboro Housing Coalition hosts the annual Kids’s Household Housing Summit
Breaking the Mold: Building bridges to change the landscape is the theme of this year’s Housing Summit, which is due to take place practically this Friday, August 30thth, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. This year, the keynote speaker is Diane Yentel, President and CEO of the National Low-Income Housing Coalition, a national membership organization that advocates socially just public order that ensures the lowest incomes in Australia The United States have affordable and decent homes. The Housing Summit will include four breakout sessions and one plenary session with a panel looking at affordable housing finance and the surrounding ecosystem of thriving businesses, neighborhoods and communities.
Greensboro Housing Coalition Board Chair and Housing Summit Co-Chair Antonia Monk Richburg, PhD, said, “We need to come together as a community and really be committed to affordable housing. It is imperative that we as a community recognize that affordable housing is a right, not a privilege. ”
This year’s Housing Summit sponsors include Affordable Housing Management, the North Carolina Foundation’s BlueCross BlueShield, the Greater Greensboro Community Foundation, and the Cone Health Foundation.
Registration is only $ 30 and can be completed online by clicking this link: https://greensborohousingcoalition.org/events/hs-2021/
The Greensboro Housing Coalition is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization whose mission is to advocate and provide resources for people with low to middle income and special needs to create fair, safe, healthy and affordable housing to secure or to preserve. We do this through housing advice, assessment of healthy homes, community involvement, financial education and political advocacy. Learn more at www.gsohc.org