Developing Sustainable Solutions for
Affordable Housing Programs in Your Community

National Webinar

Monday, December 6
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (ET)

How do we address affordable housing in our communities with sustainable programs? 

 

Join us for a national webinar about the affordable housing issues facing our communities and how to build sustainable, mission-aligned housing and programs that help older adults and adults with disabilities lead independent and fulfilled lives.

 

This is a unique opportunity to house older adults and neurodiverse adults in the same community, where they can learn from each other and help each other, as well as build a strong sense of community.  

 

Join our panel to learn how your community can provide mission-aligned subsidized housing services like the Weinberg Commons – an award-winning, intergenerational, affordable housing community built in Cherry Hill, NJ.

WEBINAR PANELISTS

Earl Millett
Program Director, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation


Lisa Budlow
CEO, Comprehensive Housing Assistance, Inc.


Jennifer Dubrow Weiss
CEO, Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey


Marla Meyers
Executive Director, Samost Jewish Family & Children’s Service


Ryan Hernberg
Board of Directors, Adirondack Community Development


Pam Kurtzman
Senior Director, JFed Financing Solutions (fka National Jewish Federation Bond Program)

 

The Issues:

  • Affordable, quality housing for low- to moderate-income populations 

  • Aging populations who are on a long waitlist for affordable housing 

  • Neurodiverse populations (adults with disabilities) in need of affordable housing options 

  • Developing sustainable mission-aligned and revenue-generating programs for Jewish Federations and their local agencies 
     

The Opportunity: 

  • Leveraging state tax credit programs to build affordable housing for older adults (55+) and neurodiverse adults 

  • Providing housing, care, and programs for individuals in need of affordable housing 

  • Generating revenue opportunities as the care and service provider

  • Creating capital fundraising opportunities and sustainable endowment income 

  • Enhancing partnerships between your local Jewish Federation and agencies 
     

This is a unique opportunity to house older adults and neurodiverse adults in the same community, where they can learn from each other and help each other, as well as build a strong sense of community.

Questions? Contact Karen Bray-Pollak, Chief People & Technology Officer, Jewish Federation of SNJ, at kbray@jfedsnj.org