The Inclusivity Institute is grateful to these organizations for their partnership and support.
Affordable Housing Partners
Affordable Housing Partners, Inc. (AHP) founded in Indiana in 1996, is a non-profit organization formed with the mission to develop safe, good quality, affordable, well-maintained rental housing communities throughout the country. With nearly 500 apartment homes developed and more development underway, AHP, Inc. has not only continued to fulfill its core purpose, but has also deepened its commitment to community impact.
Since 1987, Pedcor has become one of the largest and most innovative developers of various types of rental housing and commercial properties in the U.S. — with a particularly solid history of identifying areas of opportunity and a demonstrated ability to develop, construct, and manage successful developments. Pedcor works closely with municipalities, investors, state housing and finance agencies, and neighborhood organizations who are committed to creating strong, inclusive communities.
United Fidelity Bank
Founded in 1914, United Fidelity Bank (UFB) is a federally-chartered, FDIC-insured savings bank subsidiary of Fidelity Federal Bancorp. With $950 million in assets and 17 locations in Indiana, Illinois, Colorado, Florida, and the US Virgin Islands, United Fidelity is committed to helping build prosperous communities through innovative financial solutions, and affordable housing-related activities.
Oak Park Regional Housing Center
Since the 1960s, The Oak Park Regional Housing Center (OPRHC) in Chicago has been dedicated to addressing issues of integration and diversity. The mission of the Oak Park Regional Housing Center is to achieve vibrant communities and promote intentional stable residential integration throughout Oak Park and the region. To accomplish this mission, the Housing Center engages in proactive approaches that aim to foster integration and improve the options and opportunities available of all races and incomes.
NeighborScapes is a non-profit organization with a mission to strengthen the physical and social fabric of neighborhoods, and to create a covenant of care, enrichment and development for young people. NeighborScapes believes that the diversity of our communities is a fundamental strength of our organization. Our mission is best fulfilled when we embrace diversity as a value and a practice. NeighborScapes maintain that achieving diversity requires an enduring commitment to inclusion that must find full expression in our organizational culture, values, norms, and behaviors.
Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia
HOME of Virginia’s mission is to ensure equal access to housing for all people.The fight for fair housing began decades ago, but it is not over yet. Many individuals still face housing discrimination. HOME of Virginia works to tackle systemically divisive housing practices through fair housing enforcement and research, advocacy, and statewide policy work. The organization also aids first-time homebuyers and those under the threat of foreclosure. When unequal access to housing and credit contributes most to our growing wealth gap, HOME’s multi-faceted approach is a powerful catalyst toward furthering fair housing.