Funding that Finds Impact
As a leading voice in the affordable housing space, it is our obligation and desire to use our knowledge, network & resources to do everything we can to improve the industry and help those in need.
Our experience and understanding of the issues enables us to find the most effective and impactful avenues of change.
Affordable Housing Properties
Private Capital Invested
Years of History
CHI Collaborators are dedicated to solving the housing affordability crisis through funding, research and policy advocacy. Our wide range of collaborators include grantees, affiliates and co-funders committed to combatting the issues surrounding homelessness to ensure more Americans have a place to call home.
WNC is a leader in affordable housing investments and asset management and a key provider of tax credit equity to developers across the US. The company has offices in 48 states, working hand-in-hand to house over one million residents in over 1,650 affordable housing properties.
Housing Narrative Lab
The Housing Narrative Lab is a national communications and narrative research hub that lifts up the stories of people facing homelessness and housing insecurity and the systems that keep them from finding and keeping a home.
Preservation Equity Fund Advisors
PEF Advisors is a real estate private equity fund manager providing access to traditional cash-on-cash investment opportunities that preserve and strengthen affordable housing in the United States.
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation is a family foundation established in 1944 by the man who started Hilton Hotels. The Hilton Foundation provides funds to nonprofit organizations working to improve the lives of individuals living in poverty and experiencing disadvantage throughout the world.
Community Preservation Partners are owners and developers, focused for the long-term on finding solutions, bettering lives and preserving affordable multi-family housing.
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) is a nonpartisan research and policy institute that pursues federal and state policies designed both to reduce poverty and inequality and to restore fiscal responsibility in equitable and effective ways.
JB Brown Fund
The JB Brown Fund is a philanthropic partnership between USA Properties Fund, Inc., and LifeSTEPS. Since 2011, the Fund has distributed over $1.5 million in assistance and scholarships to residents at affordable housing communities owned and managed by USA Properties Fund.
National Alliance to End Homelessness
The National Alliance to End Homelessness is a nonpartisan organization committed to preventing and ending homelessness in the United States.
Melville Charitable Trust
Since its founding in 1990, Melville Charitable Trust focused on solving homelessness by providing $6 – 10 million in annual grants to organizations working to ensure all people have a safe place to call home. The Trust collaborates with advocates, organizers, providers, researchers, policymakers, and government working in the state of Connecticut and across the country.
National Low Income Housing Coalition
The National Low Income Housing Coalition is dedicated to achieving racially and socially equitable public policy that ensures people with the lowest incomes have quality homes that are accessible and affordable in communities of their choice.
U.S. Vets is on a mission to end veteran homelessness in the United States. The organization was founded by veterans to serve fellow veterans and is the leading nonprofit dedicated to the work of helping veterans and their families transition from homelessness through tailored support to help them gain independence.
UCSB is on a mission to support students in financial need discover affordable housing options. Through the Housing Voucher and the Housing Advocate program, UCSB is taking charge against the lack of housing affordability, allowing students to thrive in the face of financial crises.
Terner Center for Housing Innovation
The mission of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at the University of California at Berkeley is to formulate bold strategies to house families from all walks of life in vibrant, sustainable, and affordable homes and communities. Established in 2015, the Terner Center has quickly become a leading voice in identifying, developing, and advancing innovative public and private sector solutions to the nation’s most intractable housing challenges.
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From grants to donations and partnerships, we carve paths along every avenue to support and solve the homelessness crisis.