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The Housing Fund to participate in Build the Block Tax Relief Assistance and Food Distribution
Mar 31 – The Housing Fund will join other community partners on April 10th to help Nashvillians apply for tax relief assistance. Metrpolitan councilmembers Sharon Hurt and Kyonzte Toombs, Metropolitan Trustee Erica Gilmore, Department of Social Services Director Renee Pratt, and the Financial Empowerment Center’s Samantha Williams will also be participating and assisting with food distribution for those in need. The event will take place from 10am-2pm at Looby Park and Community Center, located at 2301 Rosa L. Parks Blvd, Nashville, TN, 37228.
The Housing Fund creates an Investor Advisory Committee
Feb 1 – The Investor Advisory Committee will serve as a think tank of individuals, who work for institutions which have invested in The Housing Fund. The Committee, which is chaired by Board Member Miguel Vega, will provide guidance and insight about various subjects to ensure sound decision-making for sustainability and program innovation. List of Committee Members
The Housing Fund Welcome New Members to the Board of Directors
January 15 – The Board of Directors voted to add two new members – Rodrick Butler, a Certified Financial Planner with Northwestern Mutual and Alberto Aerchiga, an executive with Google. Biographies
The Housing Fund’s CEO Interviews with Lori Becker, Publisher, Nashville Business Journal
Dec 8 – Marshall Crawford, CEO of the Nashville nonprofit, says he’s “aiming build the future of The Housing Fund by giving energy to charting the path for the next 25 years – now.” Video – Nashville Business Journal Interview
Amazon donates $2.25 million to Nashville’s The Housing Fund
Dec 7 – Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) is announcing a $2.25 million donation to The Housing Fund on Monday. Marshall Crawford, CEO of the Nashville nonprofit, says he’s aiming to help a minimum of 500 low-income and moderate-income households — potentially including people working in service-industry jobs or as first responders — manage the surging cost of housing. Nashville Business Journal
Headlines in the News
Amazon donates $2.25 million to Nashville’s The Housing Fund in wake of tornado, Covid, tax hike
Nashville’s Community Land Trust to Receive Inaugural Property Designed and Built in Partnership with Moody Nolan Architecture and Messer Construction Co.
Leadership Tennessee announces new class – Welcomes Marshall Crawford, CEO
NBJ – 2020 Most Admired CEOs and their Companies Awards
NBJ reveals the 2019 Most Admired CEOs and Their Companies
High-Achieving Tennessee Charter School Expands with a New High School
Nashville Post – BOOM! Magazine
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Mayor David Briley announced a sweeping affordable housing initiative designed to significantly accelerate the city’s efforts to address housing needs.
On December 5th, 2017, we announced a new 5-year strategic vision. Our CEO, Marshall Crawford, presented his views on the need for A New Conversation as it relates to affordable housing in Nashville.
Nashville’s economy and influence will continue to allow the city to grow and thrive over the next 25 years, leading to a large growth in population. This report explores the impact of growth and change on housing.