Thank you to everyone who attended our annual Building Foundations Fundraiser on June 29th!
The need for affordable housing in the Bay Area has never been more pressing. With your support, we're rising to the challenge, with a grand opening in June, an action-packed calendar of resident services, and new housing communities set to open in the fall.
Join us on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 for our annual SAHAppy Hour! Enjoy crafty cocktails, delicious appetizers, great company, and help raise funds for our Resident Services programs!
We at SAHA are extremely thankful for our staff, volunteers, residents and community. It's always a busy time at our buildings, with new project approvals, monthly gatherings and programs for residents, and the flurry of work that always comes at this time of the year. Through it all, we remain focused on our mission to provide quality, affordable homes and services that empower people and strengthen neighborhoods. We could not do it without supporters like you.
A long-time resident of Berkeley, Althea Rankins is a lively member of the community, and a new resident at Harper Crossing.
Although 2017 has brought many changes to the world of affordable housing, some things remain the same: the need for quality, permanent housing for the lowest-income members of our community has never been greater.
Watch the short film produced by Staying Put or Moving On about seniors like Charlotte, and how they are aging in place at SAHA's Strawberry Creek Lodge.
Lakeside Senior Apartments in Oakland wins the 2017 PCBC Golden Nugget Award for Best Affordable Senior Housing Community.
Small changes in policy can make a big impact in the fight to end homelessness. Unless you’re a housing policy wonk, it’s easy to lose interest when you read the words “HUD project-based subsidies” or “tenant selection plans,” but small changes to these large federal programs can have an immediate and lasting impact on the lives of real people in our community. People like James McAtee
On Thursday, May 18, Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA) broke ground on 28 high quality, geographically equitable apartments for low-income families and formerly homeless in Oakland’s Upper Laurel neighborhood.