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Summer 2016

Overcoming Obstacles to Serve Frail Seniors

Visiting Berrellesa Palms two years after the residents first moved in, it is hard to imagine there could ever have been anything controversial about the large and very attractive, Victorian-style senior independent living community designed for frail seniors.


CalHFA Approved to Borrow from the Bank

The California Housing Finance Agency has been approved for $100 million in financing availability from the Bank. CalHFA will use its access to Bank credit to fund a portfolio of securities composed of loans it has originated for low- to moderate-income homebuyers.


2016 Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing (SCANPH) Annual Housing Conference

September 15-16, 2016

The Bank is a sponsor of SCANPH’s annual housing conference in Los Angeles, CA, which is themed “Think Outside the Home." SCANPH’s mission is to facilitate affordable housing development in Southern California.

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National CAPACD 16th Annual Convention

September 19-21, 2016

The Bank is a sponsor of National CAPACD’s 16th Annual Convention, which will be held in St. Paul, MN. National CAPACD is the first national advocacy organization dedicated to addressing the needs of diverse and growing Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. This year's conference theme is “Mobilize For Our Neighborhoods and Our Homes.”

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Affordable Homebuying in Arizona: Fact or Fiction?

September 29, 2016

As participants in a panel discussion on affordable homeownership opportunities for low- and moderate-income families in Arizona, Bank staff will highlight the IDEA and WISH programs as resources for first-time homebuyers. The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is hosting the event in Phoenix, AZ.

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Reentry Solutions: People, Programs, and Policy

October 19-20, 2016

The Bank will be a sponsor of this event, to be held in Ontario, CA, and participate in a panel discussion on community development organizations and programs that support the successful reentry of formerly incarcerated individuals. The AHEAD grant program will be spotlighted as a funding resource. The event is hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

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