Home to Opportunity.
44 communities in 9 counties.
120+ homeowners in 2019.
45 years building communities.
Message from Yolanda
By now, many of you may have seen the various articles and announcements about my return to DHIC as President and CEO. However, I would like to provide a different introduction so that our residents might better understand why I am committed to this work and those we serve.
Resident Resilience Fund Update
We want to give a huge “thank you” to all of our donors who have contributed to the Resident Resilience Fund, created to honor the legacy of Gregg Warren’s work and to benefit the more than 4,100 residents who call a DHIC community home. We’re proud to announce that we have raised over $350,000 to date.
Join Us in Supporting the Raleigh Affordable Housing Bond
On November 3rd, we ask you to join us in “voting yes” for the Raleigh Affordable Housing Bond. If passed, this bond will provide funding to help address housing affordability in the City of Raleigh and create more housing options for those with limited incomes and resources.
DHIC Secures 2020 Financing for Senior Affordable Housing Communities in Wake County
DHIC is pleased to announce that the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency (NCHFA) awarded 2020 Low-Income Housing Tax Credits to Booker Park South (9% award) and Primavera (4% award). Both developments are in Raleigh and will add a total of 232 units of high-quality, affordable housing to the marketplace for seniors with limited incomes.
“We are pleased to have been able to secure more than $1.5 million in annual low income housing tax credits to help meet the housing needs for seniors in Wake County,” says Yolanda Winstead, DHIC’s President.
Meet the Fresh Faces at DHIC
Please join us in welcoming two new members of the DHIC team; Director of Finance and Accounting, Michael Ward, and Construction Manager, Geoff Michalek. Find out more about their roles and backgrounds that led them to join our organization.
Partnering to Support Our Seniors During COVID
No one is immune to the effects of COVID-19 and seniors are no exception. During this difficult time, our friends at Resources for Seniors have continued to provide crucial support to meet the challenges our senior residents are facing.
Don't Forget to Respond to the 2020 Census!
Help us ensure that residents of Wake County are counted by completing the census for those living in your household by September 30, 2020. We encourage you to spread this message and share the link with your family, friends, and neighbors!