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Congratulations Don!

SCACED is excited to announce the election of Don Oglesby, as the new Board Chairman of SCACED, with a term beginning January 1, 2018. ...

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10 Years of Community

A Greenville native, Laura was one of the first rental clients in our mixed-income neighborhood made up of renters and homeowners in downtown Greenville. ...

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New and Improved

The before and after! ...

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Celebrating Graduates!

2016 Graduates residing in Homes of Hope neighborhoods! ...

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Homes of Hope Announced as 2015 Rose Ball Beneficiary

(June 2nd, 2015) The Charity Ball Board of Greenville has announced the beneficiaries for the 2015 Rose Ball. The Ball will be held on September 18, 2015 at the Poinsett Club. The theme for this year's event is "Origin of the Rose." The Rose Ball is Greenville's longest-running charitable community event, featuring more than 4,000 roses and providing funding for many Gr...

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Homes of Hope Receives $100,000 Grant to Support Affordable Housing for 68 Anderson Families

Homes of Hope Receives $100,000 Grant from Wells Fargo Housing Foundation Grant will support affordable housing for 68 Anderson, S.C. families...

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Affordable Housing is for Everyone

Affordable housing benefits the entire community as we glean from the positive contributions of families who are positioned for success. ...

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Celebrating our 500th Home!

Celebrating our 500th home, Welcoming our 500th family! ...

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Honoring our Veterans: A Tuskegee Airman Flourishing in Affordable Housing

Homes of Hope celebrates Veterans! Read the incredible story of Homes of Hope tenant, Al Mayhew, an American hero & Tuskegee Airman. ...

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Mommy! That's our house!

Homes of Hope prepares to build its largest affordable housing development to date- 61 Hills. This development will be in Anderson, South Carolina and will be home to 68 families- renters & homeowners. ...

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The Transformation of Nonprofits through Entrepreneurial Thinking: Greenville News Feature on Homes of Hope

For years nonprofits have been guilty of the same ‘poverty mindset’ as some of their clients. We believe we have a unique position to help lead in the transformation of nonprofits through entrepreneurial thinking....

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Winter Storm Pax: Photos from our Families

Winter Storm Pax hits the Upstate! Here are some photos contributed from our tenants & homeowners from various housing developments throughout Greenville. We've never seen these neighborhoods look quite like this!...

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From Our CEO: We Can't End Homelessness Without More Affordable Housing

Many people who live under bridges do so because they simply can’t afford housing.We can’t end homelessness without more affordable housing��"from the shelter, to transitional, to permanent. We need support from the community��"both corporate support and individual support....

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Affordable Housing Updates: 2014 Plans

Homes of Hope will reach 500 units of completed affordable housing in 2014!...

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Thankful for a New Start: The Story of Two Brave Little Girls

Newlyweds, Sam and Dee Orange, share their adoption story and how Homes of Hope provided the home where their family found a new start....

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Homes of Hope Announces: Satellite Office in Anderson and Personnel Promotions in Greenville

Homes of Hope expands its regional reach through personnel promotions and the opening of a new satellite office in Anderson, SC....

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What Makes Us Different: Our Housing Philosophy

The creation of affordable housing and the redevelopment of dilapidated communities can't happen overnight. It takes strategy and purposed intention....

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Hope for Senior Adults: Olive Branch Cottages

Often there is a misconception that people in "affordable housing" don't want anything for themselves. It's assumed that they're lazy, they don't want to work, or they just want a hand out. At Homes of Hope we cringe at this perception for we know the families we serve to be hardworking, hopeful, and deserving of an opportunity. We also know that the financial circumstance...

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