Our mission is to expand affordable housing in Clark County, Washington by mobilizing faith-based resources. We are a coalition of faith-based communities and individuals, open to all faith traditions.
We want to live in a community where all workers can afford a safe and decent home for their families, a community where seniors know they have a place to live, a community where the most vulnerable among us need not live in tents.
We can make this happen. It’s our community.
The role of Faith Partners for Housing is to connect people who have resources – land, buildings, homes, expertise – with organizations who can effectively transform those resources into housing affordable for low-income families, singles, and seniors.
What are we doing?
- Helping faith communities and other groups learn more about affordable housing and homelessness in our area. Schedule our presentation for your group.
- Working on a proposal for a homesharing program in Clark County.
- Monitoring the City of Vancouver’s allocation of Proposition 1 Funds which help alleviate Vancouver’s shortage of affordable housing. Our November 2017 report .
- Keeping track of what’s happening regionally and nationally. The Gap: A Report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition
- and more!
Interested in joining us? We meet on the third Wednesday of every month, 10 to noon. Email Denny Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 360-896-5329 for the location.
Want to see the latest slide presentation? It’s here.