• Good Shepherd Housing to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Celebrating 70th Unit

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    March 12, 2019

    Good Shepherd Housing to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Celebrating 70th Unit

    On March 6, 2019, Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Inc. (GSH) acquired its 70th unit. This particular unit in Colchester Towne is a two-bedroom apartment and was acquired wholly using private contributions. Each acquisition expands the ability of GSH to offer permanent affordable rental housing in Fairfax County. 

    Please join us for a special ribbon cutting of this acquisition.

    Date: Thursday, March 14, 2019

    Time: 4:00 pm

    Place: Colchester Towne, 7966 Audubon Ave., Alexandria, Va. The ribbon cutting ceremony will be outside the building.

    Interview Opportunities:

    David Levine, President/CEO, Good Shepherd Housing

    Alexis Feeney Tallman, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Good Shepherd Housing

    Jeff McKay, Member, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, Lee District

    Paul Krizek, Member, Virginia House of Delegates, 44th District

    Karen Corbett Sanders, Vice Chair, Fairfax County School Board, Representative of Mount Vernon District

    James Migliaccio, Member, Fairfax County Planning Commission, Lee District

    Tom Fleetwood, Director, Department of Housing and Community Development, Fairfax County

    Albert McAloon, Member, Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority Commission, Lee District

    Matthew Bell, Member, Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority Commission, Mount Vernon District

     

    Visual Opportunities: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Apartment Tour

    Following the ribbon cutting ceremony, there will be a short reception at The Pub by Wegmans, Wegmans Alexandria, 7905 Hilltop Center Drive, Alexandria, Va.

     

    Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services

    Since 1974, GSH has been reducing homelessness and enabling self-sufficiency by providing permanent affordable housing, emergency financial services, budget counseling and case management to working-class families in Fairfax County. Earning numerous accolades for their work, GSH received the 2013 Washington Post Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management, and was named one of the best nonprofits by the 2014-2015 Greater Washington Catalogue for Philanthropy.

     

    For more information, please visit www.goodhousing.org.