DHC Looking to hire a New Affordable Housing Counselor!
We’re hiring! The Affordable Housing Counselor supports families and individuals in achieving their goal of homeownership and financial capability by coordinating the Financial Education program (with particular emphasis on homebuyer education), and providing relevant information, regular communication, and connection to community partners. Working in conjunction with other staff, volunteers and community partners, this person provides primary support to those seeking Affordable Housing resources within Davidson and the Lake Norman area. Apply to be a part of our team today! Learn more and apply here.
Hoke Development Featured in the Lake Norman Media Group
Davidson Housing Coalition, the Davidson Community Foundation, and the Alliance Group N.C. were featured in the Lake Norman Media Group. This exciting partnership seeks to bring more affordable housing to Davidson through a unique solution. Read more here.
DAVIDSON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FUNDS THIRD ROUND OF RELIEF
Davidson College Presbyterian Church funds were routed through Davidson Community Foundation to DHC and other organizations for COVID relief. The Davidson Community Foundation provided a third round of funding totaling $37,000 in significant financial support to DHC. $31,000 will go towards DHC’s clients and programs, and $6,000 will go specifically to the HAMMERS program. DHC is grateful to partner with the Davidson Community Foundation and Davidson College Presbyterian Church to help care for families in need during this very challenging time.
DAVIDSON housing coalition names new executive director
DAVIDSON, N.C. — Gerald Wright, currently the vice president of family services for Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region, has been named executive director of Davidson Housing Coalition. Wright will begin his duties in March for DHC, a non-profit providing affordable housing and other services to ensure economic diversity in the town of 13,000. “I’m honored to join such a wonderful organization and add to DHC’s success over the past 25 years,” Wright said. “This is truly an opportunity of a lifetime.” Read full press release here.
DAVIDSON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Funds second round of relief
The Davidson Community Foundation provided a second round of funding totaling $35,000 in significant financial support to DHC clients due to the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on jobs, health and the economy. This grant was directed towards ensuring DHC’s low-income residents were able to stay in their homes. DHC is grateful to partner with the Davidson Community Foundation to help care for families in need during this very challenging time.
HOLIDAYS FOR HOPE AND HOUSING COMING TO LIGHT
DHC’s popular community fundraiser featured in News of Davidson. Read full story here.
Cardinal Innovations Awards Grant
On September 30, 2020, Cardinal Innovations Healthcare announced that it has distributed 128 grants totaling $1.97 million to health and human services organizations in 20 North Carolina counties to address heightened needs resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. Davidson Housing Coalition is one of fifteen organizations in Mecklenburg County that was awarded a grant, and graciously thanks Cardinal Innovations for its generosity. DHC received an award of $19,103 in June.
To view Cardinal’s full press release, click here.
Marcia Webster To Retire In April 2021
September 17, 2020
Davidson Community Foundation
The Davidson Community Foundation provided $35,170 in significant financial support to DHC clients due to the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on jobs, health and the economy. This grant was directed towards ensuring DHC’s low-income residents were able to stay in their homes. DHC is grateful to partner with the Davidson Community Foundation to help care for families in need during this very challenging time.
United Way of the Central Carolinas and the Foundation For The Carolinas
Davidson Housing Coalition was awarded $15,000.00 from the COVID-19 Response Fund from the United Way of the Central Carolinas and the Foundation For The Carolinas. The grant was based on the recommendations of the COVID-19 Response Fund community grants committee comprised of a diverse group of stakeholders, and was made possible by the generous support of government, corporate, and private donors. The grant was awarded to support DHC’s low-income residents. DHC is grateful for the work that the United Way of the Central Carolinas and the Foundation For The Carolinas are doing to support Mecklenburg County’s most vulnerable residents during this difficult time.