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Learn what INHP is doing during Homeownership Month

June is always a special time for INHP. It’s known as National Homeownership Month, which brings attention to the benefits that homeownership offers individuals, families, neighborhoods and communities. June 10 is the anniversary of INHP. It’s also the month in which we host our annual Community Breakfast, where we recognize our clients' hard work, and the important work of our partners and advocates in affordable housing.

Especially this year, we’re very proud of the accomplishments our resilient INHP clients made as they persevered toward achieving their housing goals. Clients like Michael and Dawn (above) realized their potential and purchased a home using the unbiased guidance and access to affordable lending we’re able to provide. You can read more 2020 accomplishments in our latest Annual Report

We also are grateful to our INHP board members who support and advocate for housing choice and stability in their line of work and alongside us. Below, our board members share reasons why they support INHP with their time, talent and treasure.

Happy National Homeownership Month! 

“We know fostering true equality means supporting individuals and communities as well as businesses. That's why we're dedicated to promoting equality and removing barriers within minority communities. Through BMO EMpower, we're building on our existing efforts to advance opportunities in these communities. We're proud to support the INHP.”

“I serve on the INHP Board of Directors in strong support of our diligent and successful efforts in providing affordable loan products, guidance, and access to the economic independence that accompanies homeownership for African Americans.”

“I stand on the shoulders of Black leaders who advocated for a housing solution for qualified people with low and moderate incomes access in our community. Serving on the INHP board is an opportunity to continue the work of dismantling impediments to our community's pursuit of the American dream and the tradition of action in the face of despair.”

“Browning is an enthusiastic supporter of INHP and its mission of providing affordable and sustainable housing opportunities for every person in Indianapolis. As the need for affordable housing solutions grows in Indianapolis, Browning remains committed to strengthening the fabric of the communities where we build and invest.”

“Kittle Property Group has served as a catalyst for local communities and families by developing, constructing and managing affordable and workforce multi-family apartment homes for decades. We recognize the critical leadership INHP provides in community development, education and outreach.”

“Huntington is focused on looking out for the people in our community and helping them build better lives. Partnering with INHP is a wonderful way that Huntington can invest in our community to ensure that every person in Indianapolis can have the opportunity to live in a safe, decent and affordable home in a vibrant neighborhood."

“State Farm has a long history of supporting affordable housing efforts, helping to create stability for families and neighborhoods. It’s part of our philanthropic mission to build stronger communities, especially during this pandemic where we’ve seen the intensified need for housing security. We're grateful to support INHP through the revitalization of Indianapolis neighborhoods.”

“Through my board service, I witness INHP bring together the energy and passion of some of the most dynamic private and non-profit organizations in Indianapolis. Together, they ensure that access to housing is fair, affordable, and a priority within our community.”

"Homeownership is the American dream and an important part of our region's economic engine. INHP board service helps me better understand the barriers to homeownership throughout Indianapolis. It also allows me to contribute my skills and talents to ensure hardworking Indy families can afford to buy quality homes in thriving neighborhoods."

"Housing is one of the basic needs of all people. Having the ability to provide input into INHP's strategy to address the housing needs of our community is a great honor. The diversity of board members ensures that equity and inclusion are not overlooked in any housing strategy developed by INHP."

“Safe and affordable housing is one of the most important basic needs for any family. In our community, INHP is the leading organization in providing innovative ways to help families in need find a place to call home. I know the INHP staff are laser focused on doing what is best for the people they serve.”

“As a pioneer in branchless banking, First Internet Bank champions innovation. We are proud to support INHP's fresh approach and transformative solutions to increase affordable, sustainable housing in Indianapolis. First Internet Bank may live in cyberspace, but we know the value of having a place to call home.”

"I am honored to serve on the INHP Board of Directors because it allows me to contribute to sustainable housing and homeownership for Black and Brown communities. INHP is committed to closing the racial wealth gap, and offers holistic solutions through classes, down payment assistance, home repair, lending services, and much more. INHP is a bold green line and formidable foe to the redline!"

"My “why” for serving on the INHP Board of Directors is the great work they do in our Central Indiana Community. They come alongside our neighbors and give them the tools they need to become successful homeowners, allowing them to stabilize their financial situation, their families and their future. This is such a critical and foundational piece of long-term family success, and I am proud to play a small part!"

"Eskenazi Health’s priority is, and always will be, the overall health of our community, and we recognize the importance that access to stable, affordable housing has on a person’s well-being. In our eyes, housing is healthcare, and it is vital to maintaining a healthy and vibrant life for community members and families."

"INHP has empowered tens of thousands of individuals and families throughout 33 years as a champion for affordable and sustainable housing. I’m honored to lead the partnership culture we have at INHP. It is a culture embraced by so many of you who have advocated and shared our vision that everyone should have the opportunity to live in a safe, decent and affordable home in a vibrant neighborhood."

INHP office holiday hours

Starting Dec. 25, 2020, through Jan. 3, 2021, all INHP office locations will be closed for the holidays. We will resume normal hours of operation at 8:30 a.m., Jan. 4, 2020.

 

INHP will respond to any inquiries or form submissions made via our website or email system in the order they were received after we reopen. If you do not hear from an INHP representative by Jan. 9, 2021, please call 317-610-4663.

 

We wish you a warm and happy holiday season!

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