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February, 2018 | NHF Update

Bell Street Housing Project Update Short - February 2018

Bell Street Housing Project Update

Last week Volunteers of America provided the NHF team a tour of the recently completed veteran's housing project on Bell Street in Sacramento. In 2016 NHF committed $320,000, about 40% of the project's total cost as part of its committment to support veteran's housing projects. At capacity, the renovated property will provide housing for up to 22 homeless veterans or very low-income veterans and their families.

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December 2, 2021 | NHF PRESS RELEASE

National Homebuyers Fund, Inc. announces partnership with NAMMBA

National Homebuyers Fund, Inc. increases commitment to better serve today’s rapidly changing housing market landscape and work towards equality in the industry

SACRAMENTO, CA, December 2, 2021 – National Homebuyers Fund, Inc. (NHF) announced today a partnership with The National Association of Minority Mortgage Bankers of America (NAMMBA), aligning strategies with NAMMBA to better meet housing needs of underserved communities and increase development of a more diverse mortgage work force.

“We’re extremely excited to partner with NHF said NAMMBA Founder/CEO Tony Thompson, CMB. “Like us, it has a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion, and a leadership team that is committed to representing all the communities in which it does business.”

May 8, 2018 | NHF PRESS RELEASE

National Foster Care Month Kicks-Off With Distribution of Laptops to Foster Youth

SACRAMENTO, CA – May 07, 2018 – As National Foster Care Month kicks-off, the Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC), National Homebuyers Fund, Inc. (NHF), and iFoster have initiated the distribution of more than 1,100 laptop computers to all eligible foster youth and former foster youth aged 16-21 within RCRC’s 35-member counties.

Late last year, RCRC and NHF’s Boards of Directors approved providing $200,000 each to support the 1 Laptop Program for Foster Youth. Through this $400,000 total contribution, eligible foster youth and former foster youth in care within RCRC’s 35 counties will be provided a laptop, complete with the iFoster Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Assistant, which includes a HIPAA compliant secure online digital locker, accessible anywhere, anytime. The laptop is fully integrated into iFoster’s resource portal and programs, providing access to more than 500 needed resources and improved youth support networks.