Media Coverage


February 9, 2022

Opinion: D.C. is a leader on affordable housing

Local opinion piece authored by CNHED President and CEO Stephen Glaude.

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February 2, 2022

M&T Bank and NBC recognize CNHED for Helping Minority businesses in DC

In celebration of the start of Black History Month, NBC4 and M&T bank recognized CNHED’s commitment to supporting small and minority-owned businesses in Washington, DC.

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March 12, 2021

How Housing and Homelessness Fundraisers Are Faring in Difficult Times

Indeed, advocates and organizations working on housing and homelessness have faced new and heightened challenges in the past year, with illness and loss of income making it harder for people to make rent and mortgage payments, and unstable living situations putting people at greater risk of contracting COVID-19.

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March 1, 2021

Business Savvy Meets Big Heart

Steve Glaude builds communities. How? You could call him a matchmaker. His greatest strength is making savvy connections between small business owners who need support and the people and tools that meet their needs. He brings a pragmatic approach to crisis management and a big heart for the challenges people face—and not just during a pandemic. 

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March 9, 2016

Washingtonians Rally for Housing

The main hall, balcony and pews of Foundry Methodist Church were entirely filled by District residents on March 5 to demonstrate their support for ending homelessness and creating affordable housing in D.C.

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March 5, 2016

Hundreds Rally in DC for Affordable Housing

Hundreds of people, including advocacy groups, housing organizations and D.C. residents, gathered on Saturday to call for more affordable housing in the District.

The Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development organized the event held at Foundry United Methodist Church in Northwest.

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March 5, 2016

Rallying for housing for D.C.’s homeless

WASHINGTON — There was standing-room only at Foundry United Methodist Church in D.C. on Saturday morning, where hundreds turned out for the Fulfill the Promise rally. Organizers are hoping to ensure affordable housing, end chronic homelessness, and make sure all who need help finding a place to live have somewhere to turn.

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March 5, 2016

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser takes steps toward ending homelessness

More than a thousand people packed Foundry United Methodist Church on Saturday morning. “People are anxious,” D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said in front of a standing room only crowd at the church. The group gathered to push for the next steps in achieving affordable housing efforts.

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