Saddleback Church donated in-kind a variety of food items to tenants in our Fullerton Heights property. Tenants received a variety of essentials including milk, cheese, fruit, vegetables and much more. To learn how you too can help, visit our COVID-19 page.
A Community of Friends is seeking several proposals to assist in the development of current and future projects in the pipeline. We are currently seeking proposals for a sustainability consultant for Lorena Plaza, a 49-unit mixed-use development in the City of Los Angeles. We are also seeking proposals for acoustical and waterproofing consultants to assist … Continue reading ACOF Seeks Proposals for Developments
ACOF’s California Hotel tenants recently received essential goods including toilet paper, canned goods, and dried fruits and nuts. Thank you to Love INC of South Bay for their in-kind donation and to the staff at ACOF who helped distribute these vital goods to tenants in need. Visit our COVID-19 Response page to learn how you … Continue reading California Hotel Residents Receive Essentials from Love INC Church of South Bay
Thank you to Baby2Baby for their most recent donation of goods, which included: toothpaste, shampoo, shaving essentials, over 1,100 diapers and much more. These products will be given to tenants who are most in need and who are unable to acquire them on their own. If you would like to support our efforts, please visit … Continue reading ACOF Receives In-Kind Donations from Baby2Baby
Last week, Rachel Feldstein, ACOF’s Chief Operating Officer met with California State Senator Anthony Portantino for the 25th District,and representatives from Southern California Association of NonProfit Housing (SCANPH) to discuss affordable housing and legislation to support the continued development in his Senate District. We are thankful for the opportunity to explain how crucial affordable permanent … Continue reading ACOF’s COO meets with CA Senator, Anthony Portantino, 25th District
Los Angeles Board of Supervisors recently approved an effort to enhance the County’s ability to address the homelessness crisis by establishing an accountability framework to ensure shelter or housing for everyone ready and willing to receive these services.
ACOF tenants are increasingly playing a bigger role in advocating to end homelessness through supportive housing.
This Giving Tuesday, ACOF celebrated its tenants and learned what the word ‘community’ means to them. We thank you for supporting us this Giving Tuesday! To get to know our tenants and what the word ‘community’ means to them, visit faces of ACOF.
ACOF is proud to have been a cooperating organization during Los Angeles Business Council’s 18th Annual Mayoral Housing, Transportation and Jobs Summit. We thank LABC for its significant focus on the homelessness crisis. This annual event convenes leaders from all perspectives of the housing debate to address the housing crisis and its effect on employment … Continue reading 18th annual mayoral housing, transportation and jobs summit.
A Community of Friends thanks everyone, including Los Angeles County Supervisor, Second District Mark Ridley-Thomas for their participation during the Firestone Phoenix Groundbreaking Ceremony. Firestone Phoenix is a 44-unit #supportivehousing development, which includes 36 supportive housing apartments for formerly #homeless households. Twenty (20) of the supportive housing units will be for veterans who are homeless, chronically homeless, or homeless with … Continue reading Firestone Phoenix Groundbreaking