Thanks to our 380 guests who came to celebrate “Ten Years: A Thousand Doors,” HEART’s 10th Anniversary Luncheon” on May 15 in South San Francisco. Our keynote speaker John Stewart, a noted developer in the Bay Area, rocked the room. We debuted two new films, and raised over $120K for affordable housing programs. Read and see more….
636 El Camino, a HEART-funded project for 109 families in South San Francisco received over 2000 applications for their new apartments opening in Fall 2012.
Chris Dubon and Nikole Kosier have a new son and an affordable apartment at Trestle Glen family apartments, near Colma BART. Chris recently graduated from college, and longed to return ...
Ocean View Senior Housing provides 100 one bedroom rental units for seniors at very affordable rates. HEART provided a $500,000 development loan to help renovate and sustain this valuable housing ...
Jennifer is a legal secretary in Burlingame and part-time law student, her husband Andrew is a police assistant. They were renting in Foster City and loved the suburban feel and ...
Before dawn I joined 244 other volunteers and homeless folks in San Mateo County to go count people living in the streets. We joined thousands across the county in conducting ...
HEART restructures loan to Ocean View housing in Pacifica, preserves affordability for 100 senior residents
In October 2015 National Church Residences completed the sale of Ocean View senior housing in Pacifica to BRIDGE Housing. HEART restructured a $500k loan to preserve affordability. Read more…..
After four years of dedicated service, Executive Director Mark Moulton left HEART on June 30 to pursue work work with clean energy projects. HEART board and housing community thank him for his work.
HEART and Meriwest Mortgage offer free first time homebuyer workshops to find out how to use our 5% down program and compete successfully in the challenging San Mateo County housing market. Watch the video here…..
HEART approved a $500K loan to Habitat for Humanity GSF for land acquisition on Jefferson Ave. in Redwood City for proposed 16 homes on Jefferson Ave.
HEART makes $700K loan to Core Housing for pre-development of 60 homes for veterans at the VA in Menlo Park
HEART made a $700,000 loan to Core Affordable Housing for the development of 60 units of affordable apartments for very-low and extremely low-income families, including at-risk and homeless veterans and their families on the Menlo Park VA site.
~Jennifer & Andrew
“With the money I saved through HEART, I have enough to fix up the house…”