Sharing guidance and news with our affordable housing and community development partners and connecting with supporters to raise urgently-needed funding.

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As you navigate this crisis, we know you're working hard to keep your organization running smoothly.

We've pulled together business continuity best practices, up-to-date data and research and the latest information on relief programs to help you be more responsive to the needs of your residents and members of your community,

Plus, learn how our Emergency Action for Resident and Partner Stability program offers community partners a broad range of support.

Featured Video: Managing a Third-Party Property Manager During Covid-19

How do you effectively work with a third-party property manager to ensure the health and safety of residents and your portfolio's financial sustainability during a public health crisis? Watch this recorded webinar with three nonprofit affordable housing owners to find out.

Guidance for Our Partners

Design and Construction Solutions for the Covid-19 Crisis 

As affordable housers, how can we work together to invest in a healthy future? We’ve grown accustomed to lifestyle changes to prevent the spread of Covid-19. We can also design and operate our properties to reduce the risk of infection. 

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Healing-Centered Community Engagement Strategies

How can community development practitioners improve community engagement, especially in a context of social distancing? Here's how you can integrate healing-centered practices that make a difference.

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When Home Becomes a Hub

You may be your residents’ most trusted source for information. Helping them remain safe and connected is key.

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Support for Renters

Renters affected by Covid-19 who live in Fannie Mae-financed properties can access free support from HUD-approved housing advisors.

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SBA Relief Programs for Small Businesses and Nonprofits

See if you qualify for the SBA’s Paycheck Protection and debt relief programs or economic injury and bridge loans.

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Will Stimulus Checks Cover Rent?

Check out our interactive maps to see how far the $1200 stimulus check stretches in your state.

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Supporting Our Enterprise Community Loan Fund Partners

Find updates for our Loan Fund partners across the country.

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Emergency Action for Resident and Partner Stability

The program helps community organizations support families who have lower incomes during this crisis. You can help.
Contribute as a corporation or foundation

Your involvement matters! If you are interested in making a contribution to support the Emergency Action for Resident and Partner Stability program, email Tammy Garlow, senior director, Resource Development.

Make an individual donation

Your gift makes a difference. Please consider an online donation to support the effort.

Sign up for updates

If you are an affordable housing owner or operator, sign up to receive updates.

Voices from the Field

Why We Need Emergency Rental Assistance

In an article with Morning Consult, Priscilla Almodovar underscores that without emergency rental assistance, people and communities will suffer even starker financial and health burdens.

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How Covid-19 is Affecting Affordable Housing (So Far)

Industry leaders, including Enterprise Community Investment President & CEO Charles Werhane, break down what they're seeing in the financial markets in Affordable Housing Finance.

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Rising to the Occasion: Advice from a Disaster Recovery Veteran

Enterprise's Monica Gonzalez draws on her disaster recovery knowhow from Hurricane Katrina to offer guidance for Covid-19.

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New Data Shows Many People Can't Pay the Rent

Priscilla Almodovar and Flora Arabo talk to CNN about the financial impact of Covid-19 on the 44 million renter households in the U.S.

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