RHLS is looking for a Fundraising & Communications intern at our Glenside Office. This internship is a fantastic opportunity for an undergraduate or graduate student interested in learning about nonprofit fundraising, marketing, and administration.
Send a cover letter, resume, and your availability to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 14th for consideration.
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Regional Housing Legal Services staff congratulate clients Housing Visions and Genesis Housing Corporation on the grand opening of Beech Street Factor. Beech Street Factory will create 43 units of affordable housing in Pottstown and will house Artfusion, a community art school, and gallery.
Regional Housing Legal Services (RHLS) Staff Attorney, Jack Stucker, will be leaving RHLS to bring his expertise to the Delaware State Housing Authority. His last day at is Friday, May 5th.
Jack began working at RHLS as a law student in his last year at Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law. He first learned of RHLS while working at Community Legal Services’ Housing Unit. During his final semester, he learned that he was awarded a Fellowship position through the Independence Foundation’s Public Interest Law Fellowship program. When his fellowship concluded, Jack became a full-time staff attorney. Continue reading “Jack Stucker, RHLS Staff Attorney, Moves on to New Opportunities”
RHLS housing development clients often receive funding for their projects from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh. In preparation for the application period, the following resources are available for applicants and have been shared from the bank‘s website:
The 2017 funding round of the Affordable Housing Program (AHP) will open on Tuesday, June 6, with approximately $23 million in available funding.
All 2017 forms, guides, and application attachments are currently available on the Bank’s website. Forms may be downloaded and completed now in preparation for upload to the system when it opens on June 6.
AHP webinars available:
• AHP 101 Webinar – Detailed webinar focusing on the AHP process, including key scoring and feasibility issues, how to apply, key dates and other important information regarding the 2017 funding round.
• Community Stability Webinar – Mini-webinar providing tips for the community stability scoring section of the AHP application.
• AHP Member Webinar – FHLBank-member-specific webinar that primarily focuses on issues relevant to participating members, covering AHP basics and the specific role and responsibilities members have in the application process and beyond.
Want to get involved but need a partner? Members and project sponsors looking for a member/sponsor partner for this year’s AHP round can receive matching help through the “Matching Request” tab in the request form.
As a reminder, 2017 AHP applications are due on Thursday, Aug. 10. The awarded projects will be announced on Thursday, Dec. 14. Early application planning will help your application be more competitive for funding!
AHP is one of the Bank’s community dividends – community grant and financing products, funded by Bank cooperative activity, that are available as a benefit to member institutions. If you have questions about the AHP program or webinars, please contact Megan Krider at 800-288-3400, ext. 4577, or email@example.com.