Developing Affordable Housing in Portland

Monday, December 11, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Muslim Educational Trust: 2nd Floor Al-Andalusia Hall
10330 SW Scholls Ferry Road, Tigard, OR 97223

Join us for an engaging discussion about developing affordable housing from the perspective of a non-profit housing development corporation. Our keynote speakers will be Rachael Duke, Executive Director of Community Partners for Affordable Housing; and Amanda Saul, Housing Development Consultant.

Sponsored By MET Professional Network (MPN)

Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH) was founded in 1993 by faith-based organizations in the Tigard and Tualatin area to address the need of people experiencing housing instability and homelessness. Today CPAH is a non-profit (501 C 3) community housing development organization that provides 372 units of affordable housing in Washington County (primarily Tigard and Beaverton) and Southwest Portland. CPAH is known for creative, sustainable and beautiful developments. CPAH also provides resident services, including youth services, services for seniors aging in place, partnerships with agencies that support our most vulnerable residents, eviction prevention and housing stabilization. CPAH is part of the housing advocacy community in Washington and Multnomah counties and works to educate our community on the need for housing affordability as a key component of a resilient community. And CPAH is absolutely committed to managing our assets as the precious resources that they are for the long term.