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2013 SCANPH Annual Report

From SCANPH Executive Director Alan Greenlee

What a year! It was yet another difficult year for the affordable housing industry. Despite the lingering effects of economic recession and a political climate yielding few victories, there are glimmers of hope on the economic and public policy horizon. Our industry demonstrated not only resiliency over the last year, but also energy and commitment that have buoyed our prospects for 2014.

SCANPH Announces 2013-2014 Holiday Schedule

The offices of the Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing will be closed for our Holiday Break.

Our offices will be closed from December 23, 2013 through January 3, 2014. Have a safe and happy holiday season.

Federal Government Reopens with Funding Until January 15


(from Memo to Members, the National Low Income Housing Coalition) The federal government reopened on October 17 after being closed for 16 days while Congress struggled to reach agreement on stop gap funding and avert defaulting on the United States debt. If the debt ceiling had not been addressed by October 17, the country would have defaulted on its debts, risking a downgrade in its credit rating.

Message From Holly Benson: One Day Left For Early Bird Registration

SCANPH Board President Holly Benson, would like to remind everyone that our Early Bird Registration discount deadline is only one day away. SCANPH members are eligible for the discount, provided they register by Thursday, October 10.

Message From Alan Greenlee: Less Than A Week Left For Early Bird Registration

SCANPH Executive Director Alan Greenlee, would like to remind everyone that our Early Bird Registration discount deadline is less than a week away. SCANPH members are eligible for the discount, provided they register by Thursday, October 10.

Hairy Charity - Support SCANPH's Efforts to Pass SB 391

Thousands of California families have no place to sleep, shower, or shave.

Join the SCANPH and Promise Energy Hairy Charity and raise funds to help SCANPH pass SB 391 - a bill to create permanent funding for affordable housing.

What Does the Shutdown Mean for HUD’s Programs?


(from the National Low Income Housing Coalition) Last night, Congress failed to provide FY14 funding for the federal government to operate, which caused the government to shut down beginning at midnight on October 1. The House refused to pass a “clean” continuing resolution (CR) and the Senate refused to pass a CR that made funding contingent on modifying the Affordable Care Act, leaving the two chambers at an impasse.
 

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