On Thursday, March 26, I had the enjoyment of speaking with the Downtown State College Rotary Club. Due to renovations at their previous location, the club met at Toftrees Resort and Conference Centre over lunch.
I spoke about how a healthy community provides affordable housing for young families, young professionals, and first-time homebuyers. While affordable housing costs matter and should consist of no more than 30% of a families’ monthly income, CCHLT also supports and empowers first-time homebuyers to be successful as homeowners through education and program guidelines.
Thank you to the Downtown State College Rotary Club for being an enthusiastic audience! I look forward to sharing with all of you again in the future. Thank you to Harry Zimbler of Centre County Gazette for the article of the presentation. Please take some time to read it. Thank you also to Rotary member, Heidi Zimbler, for the beautiful mug.
If your organization, business, faith group, etc. is interested in learning more about permanently affordable homeownership opportunities and CCHLT or you know of a group that may be interested, please contact me, Rachel Fawcett, at email@example.com or (814) 571-1179 to schedule a speaking engagement.
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: