Updates

March 13, 2020 is Housing Trust's Investor Briefing!

This is the time of year when we’re ordering new calendars for 2020. When you get yours be sure to save the date of Friday, March 13, 2020, 10:30am to 1:00pm, for our annual Investor Briefing. Last year, as you all know, we had a record crowd of about 600 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, and…

Some of the childhood photos on display at 2018's 'On the House' - the next OTH is Oct. 7, 2019 at District SJ in San Jose

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On the House is on Oct. 7th (and we have an #InvestorBriefing20 Update)

Some of the childhood photos on display at 2018's 'On the House' - the next OTH is Oct. 7, 2019 at District SJ in San Jose

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…

Charlie Giancarlo, CEO of Pure Storage, Katie Ferrick, Sr. Director of Workplace, Community & Environment of LinkedIn, and Kevin Zwick, CEO of Housing Trust Silicon Valley, presenting Katie with the 2019 Housing Champion Award

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Investor Briefing 2019: Great Event, Greater Speakers

Charlie Giancarlo, CEO of Pure Storage, Katie Ferrick, Sr. Director of Workplace, Community & Environment of LinkedIn, and Kevin Zwick, CEO of Housing Trust Silicon Valley, presenting Katie with the 2019 Housing Champion Award

We cannot thank you enough for making Investor Briefing 2019 our most successful one yet. Because you helped us spread the word on social media, signed up to attend or both, we had a record number of sponsors – including champion sponsors Google and Silicon Valley Bank – and over 600 people at the event.

Congressional Representative Ro Khanna

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Congressman Ro Khanna’s Keynote Speech

Congressional Representative Ro Khanna

You could hear a pin drop when our keynote speaker, Congressman Ro Khanna, took a few moments to talk about college students he had met who, until a short time ago, KNEW they could look forward to buying a home and enjoying a middle class life. It was a powerful speech and you can catch…