Thank you to the Town & Gown Magazine for including our first Executive Director, Rachel Fawcett, in their People in the Community section.
Check out the full June 2014 issue here. See page 12 for the article.
“We believe that a diverse, vibrant community should provide housing opportunities for all its residents, and the Centre County Housing and Land Trust is moving forward to become an integral part in providing permanently affordable housing in Centre County,” Fawcett said in a press release. “I am thrilled to be a part of this nonprofit and serve our community.”
CCHLT is excited to develop more homeownership opportunities and move forward with the mission of strengthening communities through the development and stewardship of permanently affordable homes for people of low- to moderate-income in Centre County, PA.
“Centre County Housing and Land Trust (CCHLT) announced that Rachel Fawcett is its new Executive Director. Fawcett, who lives in Centre Hall, earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Penn State. She is active in the community through the Centre County Affordable Housing Coalition, Housing Co[LAB], and State College Alliance Church. She will primarily be responsible for fundraising, which will be developed through community outreach and marketing for the organization.”
Centre County Housing and Land Trust strengthens communities through the development and stewardship of permanently affordable homes for people of low- to moderate-income in Centre County, PA. Since 2007, CCHLT has operated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit featuring the collaborative effort of five local organizations to focus on: promoting and preserving of affordable housing; providing education; creating partnerships; and assisting municipalities on affordable housing policies. More information about CCHLT and its programs is available at www.cchlt.org. Follow CCHLT on Twitter @CentreCountyHLT, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CCHLT, or sign up for updates on CCHLT’s Email List.Share This: