Thank you to Title Sponsor:

 

Each April, hundreds of residents across the Richmond region look forward to putting on t-shirts instead of office clothes so that they can build and repair homes for those who need them most.  AHAW engages members of the community, local businesses whose employees volunteer at worksites, the nonprofits that are building and repairing homes, and most importantly, our neighbors in need who often work side by side with volunteers.

Since AHAW began a decade ago, more than 4,500 volunteers from across the Richmond area have worked at over 340 worksites, improving the quality of life for hundreds of our neighbors.  Many hundreds more have learned about affordable housing issues within our community and have become more active and engaged in making a difference.  We invite you to participate as a sponsor during our TENTH ANNIVERSARY YEAR, so that AHAW can continue to bring attention to Richmond’s affordable housing needs in new and exciting ways.

 

AHAW 2017 Events *subject to change

 Saturday, April 22 | 3PM – 5PM
10th Anniversary Celebration

Join us for our 10th-anniversary party with our volunteers, AHAW families, nonprofit partners and members of the community. This family-friendly event will be held on the grounds of Saint Elizabeth Catholic Church in Highland Park, and will feature carnival food, entertainment and children’s activities.

April 22-28
A Day’s Work for Affordable Housing

A volunteer effort where employers give their employees a day off to work with an AHAW housing non-profit partner.  Over 500 volunteers participate each year, building and repairing homes, beautifying communities and improving the quality of life for our neighbors.

Thursday, April 27 | 9AM – 11AM
Affordable Housing in Richmond: Past, Present, and Future

Join us for a panel discussion about the progress that has been made in the affordable housing sector in the Richmond region over the last ten years at the Richmond Association of REALTORS, 8975 Three Chopt Road, Richmond VA  23229. Registration and continental breakfast start at 8:30. Program begins at 9.

Thursday, April 27
Walking In Their Shoes

Coordinated by Homeward, this “homeless simulation” gives community leaders the opportunity to assume the identity of someone who might be experiencing homelessness, and are asked to navigate the many challenges faced by our region’s homeless population daily, including finding food, shelter, transportation, and needed resources.

 

Non-Profit Housing Partners

Better Housing Coalition, Boaz & Ruth, Community Housing Partners, Hanover Habitat for Humanity, Homeward, Housing Opportunities Made Equal, Neighborhood Housing Services of Richmond, Partnership for Housing Affordability, project:HOMES, Rebuilding Together of Richmond, Richmond Community Development Alliance, Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity, Richmond Redevelopment & Housing Authority, Southside Community Development & Housing Corp., Urban Hope, Virginia LISC, Virginia Supportive Housing