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Support Our Work on GAgives Day
December 1, 2020

During these uncertain times, the work of protecting our residents and creating affordable housing continues. During the COVID-19 crisis, we are bringing greater focus to the well-being of our most at-risk tenants. 

Those we serve are vulnerable to health, food, and income insecurity and our goal is to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus crisis on their well-being.
 

GAgives Day is December 1. Read how your gift will help ANDP serve its residents and homebuyers.

OUR MISSION is to promote, create and preserve mixed income communities through direct development, lending, policy research and advocacy that result in the equitable distribution of affordable housing throughout the metropolitan Atlanta region.

Transforming communities with capital for equitable community development. Bridge, predevelopment and construction financing for developers of affordable housing. MORE

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Development and preservation of single-family and  multifamily residences to stabilize communities and increase home ownership options for low-income families. MORE

Promoting housing policy that creates and preserves housing affordability. Working to provide  residents with information and training to bolster leadership capacity. MORE

OUR IMPACT  
  • 700+ homes renovated or constructed since 2008  

  • 1,000+ Homebuyers connected to down payment assistance

  • 5,885 units of housing financed through our loan fund

  • 11,355 homes created through development and financing

  • 28,387 Atlantans provided with affordable rental and homeownership

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