Join us for Florida’s Premier Statewide Affordable Housing Training and Technical Assistance Event. Each year, the FHC annual conference draws more than 800 housing professionals from all over the state, including representatives from business, government, banking, developers, and other affordable housing advocates in the for profit and nonprofit sectors.
Keynote Address Trey Price, Executive Director, Florida Housing Finance Corporation Showcase of Florida’s Affordable Housing Innovations Join us for a showcase of why Home Matters in Florida, featuring award winning properties and programs. Developing and preserving affordable housing is no simple feat; this is time to celebrate your colleagues’ success by lifting up approaches and strategies […]Click for more information on 'Opening Plenary- Keynote, Public Policy Plenary, Showcase'
Lunch Fannie Mae Sustainable Communities Innovation Challenge Vivian Vasallo, Partnerships and Innovation Director, Fannie Mae Significant Announcement from a National Partner Sadowski Affiliates Awards – Sponsored by JPMorgan Chase Linda Geller-Schwartz, National Council of Jewish Women Bill Lazar, St. Johns Housing Partnership Nancy Robin, Habitat for Humanity of Broward Jeff Ruttenber, Habitat for Humanity of […]Click for more information on 'Lunch- Keynote, Fannie Mae Challenge, Sadowski Affiliate Awards'
The Developmental Disabilities Caucus will provide an open forum to discuss various topics important to the disability community. Join representatives from the Florida Housing Coalition (FHC) and the Florida Developmental Disabilities Council (FDDC) to discuss recent initiatives surrounding affordable, accessible, inclusive housing for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Topic Experts: Safee Broxton, Florida Developmental Disabilities Council […]Click for more information on 'Developmental Disabilities Caucus'
Do you want all the state and local housing trust funds to be used solely for housing? Time to stop the sweeps! Join your colleagues to get an update on what the Sadowski Coalition, the Sadowski Affiliates, and the Sadowski Working Group have been doing since the end of the 2018 session to get ready […]Click for more information on 'Sadowski Affiliates Caucus'
This caucus is for Realtors to discuss trending topics critical to Attainable Workforce Housing, Florida Realtors Economic Impact Report and how it helped the trust fund appropriations and partnering with local housing officials. This is a new caucus that will provide real estate professionals with the opportunity for input on housing issues in their respective […]Click for more information on 'Florida Realtors'
This caucus is for counselors to discuss trending topics critical to foreclosure prevention, home purchase counseling, and other services. The caucus has a long history of delivering an engaging discussion with opportunity for your input. Participants will discuss current practices and receive updates on counseling programs, including Hardest Hit. Join a roundtable discussion with other […]Click for more information on 'Housing Counselors Caucus'
This year’s caucus is about FREE MONEY. Florida’s major utility companies, Duke Energy and Florida Power & Light, have money to give to Weatherization Agencies. We extend a personal invitation to every weatherization agency in the state to come to this caucus and come away with two new tools- (1) free money from the utility […]Click for more information on 'Utility Companies, Weatherization Agencies and Energy Efficiency Partners'
Hear from and talk with bankers who are committed to making community investments. Affordable housing and social enterprises are a function of public and private resources—banks are an integral part of the mix. How do you access bank funds for a particular project or to support the operations of your organization? This panel will answer […]Click for more information on 'Bankers Can Be Your Best Partners- 9am'
Hear from and talk with bankers who are committed to making community investments. Affordable housing and social enterprises are a function of public and private resources—banks are an integral part of the mix. How do you access bank funds for a particular project or to support the operations of your organization? This panel will answer […]Click for more information on 'Bankers Can Be Your Best Partners- 10:45am'
Florida Housing Finance Corporation (FHFC) offers funding to increase affordable housing for people with disabilities, those who have been homeless, and others with special needs. Every community in Florida needs more affordable housing for these special populations and this is your best source of funding to make that happen! Come hear more about expected upcoming […]Click for more information on 'FHFC Special Needs'
Lunch Keynote Address Tiffany Manuel, Enterprise Community Partners Dr. Tiffany Manuel is an experienced social scientist, strategist and cross-sector leader committed to social impact. She has worked to expand opportunity for low-income workers, families and communities through 25+ years of professional and volunteer experience spanning the private and non-profit sectors, government and academia. As Vice […]Click for more information on 'Lunch- Keynote, Nonprofit Raffle, Raffle'
Sponsored by: Florida Housing Finance Corporation Join the SHIP Administrators Training sponsored by Florida Housing Finance Corporation (FHFC). This three-hour session will feature several timely and important SHIP topics, including assistance repayment policy options and Hurricane Irma disaster recovery. Learn from the experience of others, especially during the small group discussion session, in which participants will […]Click for more information on 'SHIP Administrators’ Training'
Sponsored by The Building Capacity to Build Symposium, sponsored by Fifth-Third Foundation, will highlight the Florida Housing Coalition’s work with nonprofit organizations throughout the state. This symposium focuses on building capacity to enter the field of affordable rental development or expand an organization’s existing reach. The symposium will feature leaders from the five organizations […]Click for more information on 'Building Capacity to Build: The Nonprofit as Affordable Housing Developer'