This past month, we hosted 9 of our Cornerstone Homeownership Innovation Program (CHIP) Grantees for 3 days of sharings, trainings, and workshops in Oakland’s beautiful Waterfront Hotel in Jack London Square.
The CBI was packed with discussions and working groups on topics like the 2014 HomeKeeper Social Impact Report, an in-development Inclusionary Housing calculator that helps programs evaluate the economics of designing an inclusionary housing program, effective sustainability strategies, and more. We even held a “Failfest” where we shared and learned from each other’s mistakes.
View photos from the event below!
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