Collaboratively Cutting our Affordable Housing Deficit in Half
Be part of our movement to advance affordable housing in Greenville.
Greenville Housing Fund is the convener of a multiple stakeholder coalition of neighborhood representatives, elected officials, government, nonprofit and for-profit affordable housing developers and citizens, who have come together to collectively impact this complex problem our community faces. Join the Coalition and receive updates on our quarterly meetings, receive calls to action to support affordable housing, and provide input on the coalition’s work to reduce our affordable housing deficit by half over the next ten years!
GAHC Quarterly Meeting Recaps
The coalition meets quarterly in a large-group setting to review new developments and give reports about the progress of each working group. These meetings are public, and the meeting minutes and recordings are available below.
Quarterly Meeting from September 15th, 2022. This meeting included a discussion on economic mobility and the effects of insecure housing on children, as well as updates on an infill/affordable homeownership roundtable, a realtor roundtable, and City accelerated investment in affordable housing.
Quarterly Meeting from March 14th, 2022. This meeting included presentations from local officials on housing and economic mobility, racially restrictive covenants in Greenville County and their impact, and the new vision for Greenville’s Newtown community.
Quarterly Meeting from March 14th, 2022. This meeting included presentations from local officials on housing and race, the City of Greenville Land Management Ordinance rewrite, and advocacy at the state level for the allocation of ARPA funds to affordable housing.
Quarterly Meeting from November 10th, 2021. This meeting included updates from each of the coalition’s working groups about their progress in their first year, as well as reports about the broader coalition’s successes, new mapping and data analytics tools, and what is necessary going forward.
Quarterly Meeting on February 3rd, 2021. This was the coalition’s first large group meeting and included a presentation on the collective impact approach to coalition work and a review of the Affordable Housing Strategic Plan. The meeting also gave attendees the opportunity to meet with and introduce themselves to their working groups.