In 2020, BHCyp chose to explore their role as housing champions and incorporate more advocacy into their work. In their first effort, BHCyp member, Sarah Brooks, penned a thoughtful Op-Ed published by the Richmond Times Dispatch this month. In it, Brooks urges voters to examine candidates housing policies to ensure Richmond’s housing market doesn’t become
Richmond’s East End is on the rise. Since BHC began its work in the neighborhood 20 years ago, much has changed. While we’re ecstatic about widespread reinvestment in the area, Church Hill’s new-found popularity comes and unintended consequence: apartment rents and home prices have risen out of reach for many of our neighbors. During this
Join us for a fun evening at Julep’s on Wednesday, June 20, from 4:30-7 p.m., and 10% of food and beverage sales will benefit the Better Housing Coalition! Happy hour (5-7 p.m.) includes $5 appetizers, Mint Juleps and select house cocktails. BONUS: Throughout the month of June, if you order “The Cause” cocktail, $2 from
Hey barre fanatics! Join us at barReVA on Saturday, April 21st at 10:30 a.m. to sweat, shake and support Better Housing Coalition. Newbies to Barre are welcome! The cost is $15, of which BarReVA is donating 100% to BHC! Register online starting April 7: https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/mainclass. Search for ‘barreva.’
Join Better Housing Coalition’s Young Professionals on a FREE walking tour of Church Hill, and see first-hand how BHC has and is making and impact in the historic neighborhood by transforming blighted properties and creating opportunities for residents to succeed. The 45-minute walking tour will be followed by a networking happy hour on the roof-top!