Board Member John Bruno considers Housing Trust Silicon Valley the perfect example of what his mother always told him – “If it’s to be, it’s up to me.”
Over the past year, 21 homeless veterans have moved into stable housing they can afford with the help of a grant from Housing Trust Silicon Valley to cover all or part of the security deposit on their new apartment.
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.
For the past 17 years, Applied Materials has been committed to supporting Housing Trust Silicon Valley’s efforts to improve the lives of low and moderate income individuals and families by creating affordable housing opportunities.
The Housing Trust Silicon Valley’s TECH Fund has announced that it has now raised $12.5 million, thanks to a $5 million investment from The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Marina, CA (June 20, 2017) The Monterey Bay Housing Trust (MBHT), a joint program of the Monterey Bay Economic Partnership (MBEP) and Housing Trust Silicon Valley, announced today its first loan — $500,000 to Community Housing Improvement Systems & Planning Association, Inc. (CHISPA) to assist in the development of the Castroville Oaks Affordable Housing Community.
Marina, CA (June 20, 2017) The Monterey Bay Housing Trust (MBHT), a joint program of the Monterey Bay Economic Partnership (MBEP) and Housing Trust Silicon Valley, announced today its first loan — $500,000 to Community Housing Improvement Systems & Planning Association, Inc. (CHISPA) to assist in the development of the Castroville Oaks Affordable Housing Community….
The Sobrato Family Foundation announced a $5 million investment in the TECH Fund campaign, supporting the creation of 10,000 affordable homes over the next 10 years throughout the Bay Area. Foundation funds will be focused on San Mateo, Santa Clara and Southern Alameda counties
After nine years of service on the Housing Trust Silicon Valley Board of Directors, Morgan Hill Mayor Steve Tate will be leaving the Board in February of 2018 in accordance with our term policy. But the legacy that he leaves behind for both the Housing Trust and the community he continues to represent is impressive.
Congratulations to Housing Trust Silicon Valley Board Chair Candice Gonzalez for her selection as a 2017 “Woman of Influence” by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.