Hello From the Other Side

by Rachel Silver & Melora Hiller Here we are, 2016, a new year and a new organization with a new name!  You have been our members, supporters, allies and partners when we were the National Community Land Trust Network and Cornerstone Partnership, and we hope you will continue to be…

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Cornerstone Partnership and National Community Land Trust Network Moving Toward Integration

Over a year ago, I wrote about an exciting opportunity that Cornerstone Partnership and the National Community Land Trust Network (the Network) were exploring for a strategic partnership to increase our organizations’ impact and sustainability.   Since last October, we have been engaged in formal discussions around consolidating our efforts into…

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Call for Technical Assistance Constultants

We’re updating our roster to identify additional Technical Assistance consultants to support our Cornerstone Homeownership Innovation Program (CHIP) grantees during 2015-2016. We’re seeking consultants with experience running long-term affordable homeownership programs, developing communications, marketing or outreach strategies for such programs, or working with cities that contract for stewardship services. If…

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Recap: Cornerstone Presents on Inclusionary Housing at Two CA Conferences

The Cornerstone Inclusionary team recently presented at two conferences in California. In October, we gave a serious talk with a lighthearted name at the Nonprofit Housing Association of Northern California’s annual conference. “Units or Ducats” explored how cities should consider the policy trade-offs for on-site affordable housing requirements versus collecting…

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Call for Inclusionary Housing Consultants

Updated 12/18/14: New Deadline for Applicants. The Cornerstone Partnership is looking for consultants with expertise in inclusionary housing policy. If you are interested in working with Cornerstone on inclusionary housing related projects, please email a letter of interest, a writing sample, and your qualifications to Sasha Hauswald, Senior Program Officer…

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