NHPF Impact Report 2017

Where You Live Matters

The NHP Foundation Impact

Report 2017

Operation Pathways Resident Services 4,851 individuals served 606 collaborating organizations 3,997 received financial program services 1,297 received employment assistance

Where You Live Matters

97% of children showed no sign of summer learning loss in reading 96% of children showed no sign of summer learning loss in math 73% of children scoring below grade level in reading improved their reading skills by at least one grade 70% o f children scoring below grade level in math improved their math skills by at least one grade 97% of properties have community facilities 100% of properties are within 3 miles of a medical center

Green Measures (since implementing energy upgrades)

200+ units powered by solar panels and 4 “ green” roofs installed bettering the environment for 150+ units & the community 7 smoke-free properties

22% reduction in water consumption $1.6 million in water bill reductions 147 million gallons of water conserved 700+ energy efficient windows installed

NHPF 2017 By the Numbers 40 properties 16 states & the District of Columbia 975 new units acquired 800 units rehabilitated 96% occupancy

Area Median Income (AMI) 81% of units serve families & individuals with incomes at or below 60% AMI 37% of units serve families & individuals with incomes at or below 50% AMI 19% of units serve families & individuals with incomes at or below 121% AMI

Solving America’s Affordable Housing Shortage: Providing More Than a Roof For more than a quarter century, NHPF has provided affordable housing to families and seniors. Our mission is to preserve and create sustainable, service-enriched multifamily housing that is both affordable to low and moderate income families and seniors, and beneficial to their communities. With the availability of healthy, affordable places to live outpaced by the overwhelming need—our aim moving forward is to engage new stakeholders from every aspect of business, real estate, academia, faith-based and health care to develop fresh, innovative approaches to providing a pipeline full of supportive housing for those in need. Our track record from the beginning has led to the preservation of 81 multi family properties containing over 14,000 affordable housing units. Building on that foundation, we currently serve more than 28,000 residents in 40 properties, providing over 6,000 affordable housing units in 16 states and the District of Columbia. At NHPF we envision a future where communities flourish because attractive, sustainable housing options and life- enhancing services are ensured for income-challenged Americans. Every generation and every community benefit from sustaining high-quality affordable housing for all. At NHPF we will continue to look for smart solutions and helpful partners to continue our mission to provide housing that is “more than a roof.” NHPF MISSION STATEMENT The NHP Foundation is a not-for-profit real estate organization dedicated to preserving and creating sustainable, service-enriched multifamily housing that is both affordable to low and moderate income families and seniors, and beneficial to their communities.

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