This year with COVID-19 changing daily life, UNHP hosted a well-attended affordable housing webinar and fundraiser to explore issues raised in the current health and economic crisis and its impact on affordable housing, multifamily finance, and neighborhood needs. While we were not together physically, we were together in spirit, purpose, and mission.
UNHP’s Affordable Housing Webinar was held on Tuesday, September 22nd from 3:30 pm until 5:30 pm. The webinar was a Bronx-focused look at the issues that have been brought to the forefront in our community during COVID-19. These three recent COVID-19 blog posts, The Struggle to Preserve Affordable Housing, Trends in Bronx Multifamily Finance, and The Deadly Consequences of the Bronx Reality, will form the foundation for the webinar presentation along with updated information on the struggle to preserve mission-driven affordable housing, changes in multifamily buildings sales values, finances and conditions as well as emerging neighborhood needs around health, technology, and financial services. The Webinar, hosted on Enterprise Community Partner’s expanded Zoom meeting platform, offered a presentation by UNHP staff.
The UNHP Affordable Housing webinar is free to attend, thanks to the generosity of Corporate Sponsors and Individual Donors. Donations are always welcome, but sponsor and donor gifts were pre-ordered and limited. Contact Cathy at firstname.lastname@example.org for information. UNHP Swag is on its way!
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Thanks again to our generous sponsors and donors!
• Apple Bank for Savings
• Capital One
• Community Preservation Corporation
• Dougert Management
• Enterprise Community Partners
• JPMorgan Chase
• Lemle & Wolff Companies
• Morgan Stanley
• Ridgewood Savings Bank
• Skyline I LLC
• Sycamore Birch Management Corporation
• WMW Realty Management
• In memory of Theresa Liu-Avitabile
• BNY Mellon
• Dime Community Bank
• Fordham Bedford Housing Corporation
• M&T Bank
• New Settlement Apartments
• New York Community Bank
• Signature Bank
• VaNessa LaNier
• Valley National Bank
• Benchmark Title Agency
• John Van Bomel, Esq
• Brown & Brown of NY
• Brian Byrne & Jean McBride-Byrne
• BUILD, Inc
• Emigrant Bank
• Joe Muriana & Annelen Madigan
• Santander Bank, N. A.
• Spring Bank
• TRYAX Realty Management
• ABD Construction
• In Memory of Manuela ” Manny” Bourbeau
• The Clarke Family
• The Conley Family
• Fordham University Campus Ministry
• Green Cents
• Jim, Joanie & Jack
• The Mitchell Family
•The O’Toole Family
•Spanarkel Browne & Associates – Merrill Lynch
•Baby Paul Strojan
• USA East Province of the Society of Jesus
• Workforce Housing Group
• W & F Maintenance Corporation
• Yougie Iron Works
Donors $100 or more
Jumelia Abrahamson * ARIVA * AnnMarie & Steven Blancato * Connor & Brian Blancato * Howie Banker & Mary Dailey * Denis & Peggy Boyle * Eileen & John * Chuck Brass * Cathie Brady * Peter & Christine Chiafalo * Dominick Curatola * Roxanna Chowdhry-Velasquez * Claire Donnelly * Sally Dunford * Michael Finn * Miriam Ford & Jack Marth *John Garcia * Peter and Mary Gray *Chris and Marcia * Heather & Michael Hall * Geri and Roger Hayes * Marc Jahr * Gregory Jost * Johanna Kletter * Caitlin Knipper * Stuart Koch * Eileen & Bill Kruessling * Melanie Kresnick * Patrick & Regina Logan * Barry Mann * Sam Martinez * Alicia & Bob Mulvena * Chris Planika * Anne Kathy & Hughie Rice * Fran Sanfratello * Henry Schwalbenberg * Diane Slaslow * Denis Sullivan * Jacob Udell * Carol & Mark Willis * Meredith & Gerard Wollweber