Featured Stories

  • WELCOME JULIA MORAN MORTON, VP OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING

    We’re pleased to introduce Julia Moran Morton as our  new Vice President of Affordable Housing. Julia will lead our affordable housing team, comprised of Senior Project Manager Emily Oliver and Project Intern Dawit Beru. Julia has decades of experience in residential and affordable housing development in Washington DC, New York, Annapolis and even the British

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  • FIVE REASONS TO ATTEND 2016′S LIVING IN THE CITY

    Living in the City is our biggest event of the year. It brings together our loyal supporters, dedicated volunteers and passionate staff to celebrate the accomplishments of our families. And, here’s why you should attend too! 1)     Help end family homelessness in DC Our vision is to end family homelessness in

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  • THANKS TO OUR 2016 LIVING IN THE CITY SPONSORS!

    The 2016 Living in the City benefit, presented by Somerset Development, will take place on June 2 at The Event Space @ Wonder Bread Factory. Our  annual fundraiser, Living in the City brings together dedicated supporters, THC staff and volunteers to celebrate the success of our clients over the past year. We are grateful for

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  • RIO AND THE FAVELAS: DISPLACEMENT DURING THE 2016 OLYMPICS

    In this guest longform article, our Development Intern, Isabela Lyrio, shares her thoughts on displacement and tension in her native Brazil during the lead up to the 2016 Olympics. Isabela, who hails from São Paulo, Brazil, is a GWU senior.  On October 2nd, 2009 it was announced at the 121st IOC

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  • Program Spotlight: The Rapid Re-housing Team

    On this last day of Social Work Month, we are highlighting one of THC’s, and the District’s, key programs to prevent and end homelessness – rapid re-housing. The rapid re-housing program emerged in 2009 as part of the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA), a federal stimulus bill meant to

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