Thank You to Our 50th Anniversary Sponsors!

DHIC is so grateful for the incredible partners that we have had the pleasure of working with over the past 50 years to impact the lives of so many North Carolina residents. Click here to see a full listing of DHIC’s 50th Anniversary Celebration Sponsors!

50th Anniversary Celebration

We hope you can join us for a fun evening celebrating 50 years of serving the community!

Lease Up is Underway for 2 New Communities!

We are so excited to share that lease up is underway for both Stone Glen Apartments and Ashton Place Apartments. Click here for more information on each community and how to apply!

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January 2024 Email Engagement Survey Results

At the end of January, we sent a survey to our nearly 10,000 email subscribers to help us gauge who’s reading our newsletter, the types of content our subscribers want to see, and more. We’d like to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who took the time to respond and share the results of the survey.

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The Capital Towers Friendship Cafe: A Place for Food and Fellowship

When DHIC and The Presbyterian Homes Inc. worked together on the major renovations of Capital Towers, creating communal gathering spaces for the residents was a key part of the plans. In October of 2023, a Meals on Wheels Wake County Friendship Cafe officially opened at the property, giving residents a convenient place to get a fresh meal with their neighbors.

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Register for an Upcoming "Bringing Home the Dream" Workshop

We are now accepting sign-ups for our May “Bringing Home the Dream” workshops in our Homeownership Center on May 11 and 18. If you can’t make it in May, save the date for our June 8 and 15 classes, for which the registration link will become available in May.

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Rachel Tutwiler Attends the 2024 HPN Policy Meeting

On March 19-20, Senior Resident Services Coordinator, Rachel Tutwiler, attended the Housing Partnership Network (HPN) Policy Meeting in Washington, D.C. This was the official return of the event following the pandemic, and allowed those in the affordable housing space to meet with the offices of high-level representatives from different areas of the government.

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Yolanda Winstead Attends National NeighborWorks Association Legislative Day

Advocacy is year-round, but the National NeighborWorks Association (NNA) Legislative Day is only once a year! Our President & CEO (and NNA Board Member) Yolanda Winstead joined our North Carolina NeighborWorks America sister organizations Durham Community Land Trustees (DLCT), Mountain Housing Opportunities, and DreamKey Partners to advocate for $185 Million for NeighborWorks America in FY2025 and increased funding for a range of programs that support the work we do every day in our communities.

Yolanda had the chance to meet with Congressman Nickel and staff for Congressman Donald Davis and met jointly with DCLT and Mountain Housing Opportunities with staff of Senator Ted Budd and Senator Thom Tillis to advocate for funding for NeighborWorks America.
As a NeighborWorks America network organization, DHIC can apply for first in, flexible grant funding that we can then use to leverage other funding sources to fill gaps in a project or program. In FY2023 NeighborWorks America members here in NC were able to raise $56 for every $1 in grant funding received from NeighborWorks America.