Edwina Benner Plaza has 66 homes – and we’d like you to meet a family from one of them: Phillip and Marjorie, who have spent more than thirty years living in the Bay Area.
A sunny afternoon through some pretty backroads brought us to the home of Edgar and Gema – and their three children – in Gilroy.
February 1st brought happy news to Housing Trust, First Community Housing and other partners who had a stake in a San Jose senior apartment complex that had been in the works for years.
The Guardino Affordable Housing Scholarships are granted each year to high school seniors living in affordable housing and attending college as freshmen after graduation. Four $3,000 awards were given this year and we were fortunate to meet one of the recipients in our office: Sumayia. Born in Bangladesh and having immigrated to the U.S. at…
It’s June 21st so it means two things: the official start of summer and homeownership month! It’s a time to celebrate the nearly universal American dream of home ownership but also promote ways we can help people close the distance between today and their dream. It’s also a good time to reflect on who we’ve…
Ever have a moment where your heart sinks only to feel it soaring moments later? One of our homeowners told us about his. Christian, a homeowner who was able to purchase a home through Santa Clara’s below market rate (BMR) program administered by Housing Trust, attended Investor Briefing 2018 and told us his story: living…
LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network based in Silicon Valley, has invested $10 million in TECH Fund, an initiative of Housing Trust Silicon Valley to get more high-tech organizations, large employers and philanthropists involved with creating affordable housing in the Bay Area.
Housing Trust Silicon Valley achieved a significant milestone in its goal to help build or preserve 10,000 affordable homes in the coming decade as its TECH Fund campaign reached $20 million in commitments.
Marina, CA (August 17, 2017) The Monterey Bay Housing Trust, a collaborative effort of the Monterey Bay Economic Partnership (MBEP) and Housing Trust Silicon Valley, announced today it has exceeded its initial goal of raising $10 million.
Joseph never expected he would need to use skills learned as a Marine to get through a period of homelessness after he returned to civilian life. But his ability to troubleshoot a problem and adapt to challenging situations served him well during the time he had no place to call home.