FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kelleigh Gamble, CEO
Navigate Affordable Housing Partners supports Neighborhood Housing Services of Birmingham through $150,000 Grant
Birmingham, Alabama (August 16, 2022) — Neighborhood Housing Services of Birmingham, Inc. (NHS Birmingham) is receiving a $150,000 grant from Navigate Affordable Housing Partners to support program activities for the “Healthy Housing Initiative (HHI).” Healthy Housing provides much needed home repairs for low- to moderate-income homeowners (most of whom are seniors of color), providing them with the means to maintain their residence; preserving their investment, protecting their health, and revitalizing their community.
CEO Kelleigh Gamble says, “We are beyond grateful for our partnership with Navigate Affordable Housing Partners. Their generosity paves the way for true transformation to take place in Birmingham neighborhoods.”
About Neighborhood Housing Services of Birmingham
For nearly 40 years, Neighborhood Housing Services of Birmingham, Inc. has worked to give families the tools they need to emerge from poverty and achieve financial stability. Our goal is to help stabilize urban neighborhoods in the City of Birmingham and surrounding areas by promoting personal financial empowerment and homeownership. NHS Birmingham can be contacted at (205) 328-4292 or [email protected]. Our address is 601 19th Street North. Birmingham, AL 35203. Connect with us on Facebook - NeighborhoodhousingBham, Twitter - @nhsbham, or Instagram - nhsbham.
About Navigate Affordable Housing Partners
Navigate Affordable Housing is dedicated to advancing housing choice. We act as agents of change working to revitalize communities, empower people, and strengthen the housing industry. We develop, own, and manage affordable housing properties while serving as a federal government contractor.
We believe that well-built, livable, and quality housing is essential for every person. We are on a mission to not only make housing affordability a reality but the norm. We are working with community organizations, public housing authorities, and government agencies to make that happen for the communities of Birmingham, AL; Flowood, MS; Hartford, CT; and Richmond, VA.