Innovation

Podcast Interview - Changing the Image of Manufactured Housing—an Affordable Housing Solution

Podcast Interview - Changing the Image of Manufactured Housing—an Affordable Housing Solution

In this podcast, Executive Director, Edwin King, talks with Barry Noffsinger, a leader in the manufactured housing industry with over 20 years of experience, including financial services. Together, they discuss how the image of manufactured housing is changing, along with the challenges and opportunities as an affordable housing solution.

Podcast Interview - Partnerships for Purpose and Impact

Podcast Interview - Partnerships for Purpose and Impact

In this podcast, “Partnerships for Purpose and Impact” KHC’s Executive Director, Edwin King, talks with executive director of the Tennessee Housing Development Agency, Ralph Perrey, to discuss how these two similar state housing finance agencies, with a shared border, Fort Campbell military base, are partnering together to meet unique needs and talk about a Nashville housing model that will serve veterans through a unique partnership with Operation Stand Down Tennessee and others.

Podcast Interview - KHC’s New QAP Innovation Pool and Innovative Project Awards

Podcast Interview - KHC’s New QAP Innovation Pool and Innovative Project Awards

In this podcast, “KHC’s New QAP Innovation Pool and Innovative Project Awards” Executive Director, Edwin King, talks with Kentucky Housing Corporation’s Jeremy Ratliff, general counsel and deputy executive director overseeing Legal Services and Compliance and Tracy Thurston, managing director of Multifamily Programs and Asset Management, talk about improvements to the Qualified Allocation Plan and the very first Innovation Pool and the funding awards for four new, exciting, and replicable projects that will meet unique needs.

Riverport Landings – An Intergenerational Community Making Impact

Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) takes great pride in partnering with organizations throughout the Commonwealth to address the diverse housing needs of our citizens. Many of the projects KHC helps to fund target housing resources to certain populations with specific housing needs – multifamily housing affordable for working families, supportive housing for persons with disabilities, permanent housing to move people from homelessness, energy efficiency and weatherization to make homes healthier and more affordable, repairs and rehabilitation to improve safety for homeowners, new construction to help new homebuyers begin to build equity, and so many more.

The Importance of Capacity Building and Innovation for Nonprofits and Appalachia HEAT Squad®

The Importance of Capacity Building and Innovation for Nonprofits and Appalachia HEAT Squad®

Capacity building and innovation are necessary for nonprofits to not only effectively deliver their mission now, but to effectively continue doing so in the future. The social challenges we face are ever changing and funding opportunities are growing fewer and farther between. Nonprofits must strive to improve their offerings and test innovative solutions to meet the growing needs of their communities or risk being left behind. As a backbone institution, Fahe deploys transformative resources and expertise to the nonprofits that make up our Membership Network which spans across six states, including the Appalachian portion of Kentucky. By ensuring these organizations have access to the resources they need to thrive, we are also helping our communities thrive.