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We’re planning lots of great things at CHP, and we’d love for you to join us. Partners is more than just part of our new name, it’s a recognition that together we can create and maintain better affordable housing communities that serve residents throughout the state: families, seniors, and those needing supportive services to achieve stability and self-sufficiency. A home can make an enormous difference in a person’s life. By building and managing safe, decent and affordable homes, we’re building and transforming lives.

We welcome and value new partnerships on every level: from strategic collaborations for large-scale real estate developments to service-providers and volunteers who daily give their time and energy to support our individual residents. And of course we couldn’t do it without our funders and donors.

Here are a few ways to contribute today:


It’s more than just a cute piggy bank… our Rent Bank is our rental assistance program. Rent Bank funds are needed now more than ever during the COVID-19 crisis which has caused sudden job losses among our residents. Every donation helps keep a resident housed in times of unexpected financial hardship and the need is growing daily. Studies reveal that 30% of Americans have no emergency savings and 53% have less than 3 months of savings, meaning that many of our families live paycheck to paycheck and are not equipped to handle emergencies that result in loss of income and instability. CHP’s Rent Bank, fueled by generous donations, helps families gain stability and prevent eviction and homelessness during a crisis and COVID-19 is unlike anything we have ever seen. The Rent Bank has already been a big hit. Debuted at CHP’s bowl-a-thon in 2019, the Rent Bank has already helped many households in need. Our skilled Resident Coordinator offers support services including financial and employment counseling to the Rent Bank households to help them get back on track! If you are interested in contributing to our Rent Bank to help residents stay housed during times of crisis, please use the link below to donate. Please send an email to if you’d like more information




From sorting recycling to assisting with resident activities, volunteers bring energy that makes an impact. Our volunteer program isn’t limited to a few roles or positions; it seeks to match the interest and skills of any volunteer with the needs of our residents and communities. If you over 12 years of age and have time to contribute, we’d love to welcome you to our communities. Please Contact Melody Gonzalez, our Resident Services Coordinator at



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