ALL EXPO TICKET SALES AND SILENT AUCTION PROCEEDS
DONATED TO FOUR LOCAL NONPROFITS!
Let’s kick off the giving season together! To support EBRHA’s “Community Forward” initiative, we will donate all ticket sales and silent auction proceeds from our EBRHA 360 Trade Expo (September 29, 1-5 PM, Sequoyah County Club, Oakland) to the four local nonprofits listed below that provide support to many in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Every ticket you purchase and winning bid will help these local organizations deliver critical services to our community.
Meet the Nonprofits:
Through its housing fund, Bay Area Community Services provides incentives and support to help rental property owners in the community fill their units with people in need and open up new units to help solve the housing crisis. The organization provides permanent and time-limited rental assistance, transitional and ongoing renter support, mediation for owner/renter relationships, and a 24/7 hotline for housing emergencies.
Learn more at www.bayareacs.org.
Housing Consortium of the East Bay reports that its housing navigators are always looking to connect with rental property owners. The organization cannot develop enough housing for everyone it serves, and it works closely with partner rental housing providers to secure housing and support its clients in their new homes. Learn more at www.hceb.org.
Richmond Promise is a community-wide college success initiative to build a college graduating culture in Richmond, CA. Through a college scholarship, collaborative cross-sector partnerships, and supportive programming, the Richmond Promise aims to ensure all students in Richmond excel to and through higher education, reach their career goals, and become change-making leaders in the Richmond community. Learn more at https://richmondpromise.org/.
Property managers and owners are instrumental in SHELTER, Inc.’s mission to prevent and end homelessness. Through the Master Lease Program, they can rent directly to SHELTER, Inc., which offers guaranteed on-time rent, a one-year minimum lease and damage repair, renter screening, and a dedicated property specialist responsible for property inspections and tenancy monitoring. Property owners and managers can work with SHELTER, Inc. to find good renters for their properties and then rent to those people directly, some of whom may receive rental assistance. Learn more at www.shelterinc.org.