Fair Housing: Inclusive, equitable and affordable  

Fair Housing: Inclusive, equitable and affordable   Fifty-six years ago this month, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Fair Housing Act, a landmark civil rights legislation that made it unlawful to discriminate in housing transactions. At the heart of fair housing...

Social Infrastructure at the Core of WHC

Why Focusing on Social Infrastructure is Core to WHC’s Impact  Our social infrastructure is fragmented and crumbling. While our country’s physical infrastructure – roads, bridges, tunnels, and fiber networks – grab attention and public dollars, our social...

WHC Awarded a $1M Grant from TD Ready Challenge

Washington Housing Conservancy is awarded a $1 million grant through the TD Ready Challenge A 2023 TD Ready Challenge grant was awarded to Washington Housing Conservancy for their solution that helps address systemic barriers to affordable and stable housing and helps...

Honoring the Black History of the DC Region

Washington, DC is rich in Black history and culture–from abolitionist Frederick Douglass to civil rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune to poet Langston Hughes to musicians Duke Ellington and Chuck Brown. Throughout Black History Month we celebrate the triumphs and...

Welcome WHC’s New Board Members

The Washington Housing Conservancy (WHC) is excited to welcome two new Board of Directors – Mark Joseph, PhD, Founding Director of the National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities, based out of Case Western Reserve University, and Aakash Thakkar, Chief...