March 2018 – LAHP welcomes its new Director of Real Estate and Asset Management!

Vivian Ramirez joined LAHP in Mach 2018 and brings 20 years of experience in the affordable housing and property development sectors. Prior to joining LAHP she served as Chief Operating Officer for Affordable Living for the Aging and was responsible for all internal operations, regulatory compliance and program management spanning 11 residential properties throughout Los Angeles. Under her helm, the organization grew to 15 employees who supported over 12 properties and 500 homeless and low-income seniors each year with permanent housing, supportive services and in-home care.

October 2017 – As the holidays approach, LAHP calls out for donations for low-income clients!

The Los Angeles Housing Partnership (LAHP) is a non-profit affordable housing developer with 28 years of experience developing housing in LA County. Throughout our history we have relied on partnerships with corporate and individual sponsors such as yourself to assist in bringing valuable programs, gifts, and resources to the low-income families and individuals that need help the most!

LAHP needs your help now more than ever to accomplish the goal of assisting families and individuals by brightening their lives and spirit with gifts that they may not otherwise be able to afford.

September 2017 – Los Angeles Housing Partnership welcomes its new Executive Director David Grunwald!

Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Housing Partnership (LAHP), a Los Angeles based affordable housing nonprofit organization, is pleased to announce that David Grunwald will be joining the organization as the Executive Director. Mr. Grunwald has extensive experience in nonprofit management, real estate development and social service provision.

Prior to joining LAHP, Mr. Grunwald was Chief Business Development Officer & Executive Director of UCP Wheels for Humanity. He focused on cultivating real estate and other business ventures, supporting property management team and collaborating with Boards of both organizations to promote growth. Before that, he was President and CEO of Affordable Living for the Aging (ALA), where he raised $2 million annual budget through private fundraising and increased real estate assets by 400%.

December 2016 – Check out LA Housing Partnership’s Year-in-Review via our December 2016 E-Newsletter