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11th Annual HRHC Hampton Roads Housing Awards Winners Announced

11th Annual HRHC Hampton Roads Housing Awards Winners Announced

On September 27th, the Hampton Roads Housing Consortium Chair, Karen Munden announced the HRHC's Eleventh Annual Members' Housing Awards winners. The HRHC serves as a regional vehicle to promote and facilitate excellent and affordable housing opportunities within Hampton Roads. The HRPDC provides staffing support for the HRHC.

The HRHC Housing Awards recognize individuals and organizations that have contributed to improving housing conditions for the region.

HRHC Lifetime Achievement Award

Brenda Willis, Executive Director, Chesapeake Redevelopment and Housing Authority

HRHC Housing Warrior

Denise M. Wilson, Senior Neighborhood Development Specialist, City of Norfolk Department of Neighborhood Development

HRHC Housing Partner- Special Project Award

H.E.R. Shelter, Sweet Haven Bakery

HRHC Across the Region Service Award 

ForKids, Inc., Regional Crisis Hotline

The winners will be presented their awards at the Hampton Roads Housing Awards Breakfast 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 12, 2017, at the Crowne Plaza Hampton Marina Hotel, Hampton, VA.  Addie Wright Thomason, JD, President and CEO of Second Act Communities and Virginia Beach Community Development Corporation will be the keynote speaker for this event.

Hampton Roads Housing Consortium is very proud to have the opportunity to showcase the wonderful work these individuals and organization have done across the region. HRHC award honorees exhibited dedication and commitment while providing a diverse spectrum of housing needs from affordable community development, services for the homeless, quality rental opportunities and programs that serve our vulnerable populations.

"Once again, the work of our award honorees proudly showcases the best the Region has to offer in advocating and supporting affordable housing opportunities for all in Hampton Roads,' said HRHC Chair, Karen P. Munden.