The News from Piedmont Housing Alliance

Fall Fundraiser will Build Community Around the Pressing Need for Affordable Housing

BCB Logo smallerOn Monday, September 21, 2015, Piedmont Housing Alliance will join with leaders from the local housing industry for a “Building Community Breakfast.” This is a great opportunity to hear from CEO Frank Grosch about the new directions Piedmont Housing is taking to create more affordable housing in our community.

The event will feature a keynote address from Barbara Brown Wilson, Piedmont Housing Alliance Board Member and Assistant Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at the UVA School of Architecture.  She will be speaking on Successful Approaches to Community Engaged Design.  

Lead sponsor for the event is the Virginia Housing Development Authority.  Other sponsors include SunTrust Bank, Allied Concrete, Boyd & Sipe PLC, and Pinnacle Construction and Development; Bankers’ Insurance, Southern Development Homes, United Bank, and Snook & Haughey LLC;  Virginia National Bank, TowneBank Mortgage, Renee’s Boutique, and Diana and Melvin Burruss; RE/MAX Realty Specialists, Jaggers Communications, and Virginia Community Capital.

It is not too late to sign up as an event sponsor.  Please visit our event website for more details.  You can email Katie Kellett, Director of Development, or call her at 434-817-2436 x114 with your questions or if you wish to attend as a guest of Piedmont Housing.


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What clients and partners say about us:

There is no word that can describe how much my kids and I appreciate all the help from Piedmont Housing.  Without them, we wouldn’t be living our dream of owning a house.  My counselors were very consistent and flexible to work with me through my difficult work schedule.  Homebuying Client,  2015

Having access to the DPA programs helps many young families afford a home that they may not otherwise be able to acquire. To date, the staff at Piedmont Housing has been wonderful to work with and I look forward to working with them to help many more new homeowners in the future.  Lender, 2014

[When they develop and manage a property,] Piedmont Housing Alliance’s focus is on resident services.  When they do a project, it will have this built into it . . . they provide the extra things; it’s not just going to be an apartment.  This sets them apart.  Community Partner, 2013
In all the years that I have received counseling . . . I believe this to be the most pleasant. . .[My Counselor] makes you eager to work toward the goals that she and I have set and instills the “I can do it” spirit.  Financial Coaching Client, 2014