Tickets to our fall event, On The House, are now available on Eventbrite and you can buy your tickets to On the House today! This year On the House will be held at District SJ in downtown San Jose on Oct. 7th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, and we’d love for you to join us for drinks, networking, and…
Google, a longtime supporter and friend of Housing Trust Silicon Valley, is following through on its commitment to affordable housing by investing $50 million in our TECH Fund.
We had the pleasure of attending the Second Street Studios grand opening on August 23rd. 134 apartments of permanent supportive housing are changing the lives of 134 families thanks to the efforts of First Community Housing and their committed partners. Of all of the remarks that were made that day the ones that arguably carried…
On April 18, 2018, several of the Housing Trust team attended the groundbreaking ceremony of The Veranda in Cupertino – a Charities Housing development intended to create 18 affordable homes for seniors.
The Santa Rosa Metro Chamber, a business and economic advocate leading the Sonoma County region, has partnered with Housing Trust Silicon Valley, a nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) focused on affordable housing in the greater Bay Area, to create the Sonoma County Housing Fund – a collaborative effort to bring critically needed affordable housing to the region.
Our 2020 fiscal year started July 1, and before we know it we’ll be heading beyond summer and approaching our fall event, On the House. Be sure to save the date: October 7, 2019.
During Affordable Housing Week in May, we got to step into the new kitchen at Hope’s Corner in Mountain View. A lot of time, teamwork and love went into making a kitchen that serves hundreds of our most vulnerable neighbors each week – Google, Sobrato Family Foundation, Second Harvest Food Bank and others stepped forward in a big way….
One of the residents of the recently opened Second Street Studios is Ralph, an army veteran who grew up in Colorado but moved to California to be closer to his son and to pursue jobs on ranches. He worked hard but a series of hardships had him living in a motor home in 2010, which…
In March 2017 Housing Trust was proud to attend the groundbreaking ceremony for Second Street Studios – San Jose’s first 100% permanent supportive housing development.
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.