ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (January 19, 2023) – The St. Johns Housing Partnership (SJHP), creating safe, clean, affordable housing in North Florida since 1998, has unveiled its 25th Anniversary commemorative logo.
“I have a deep appreciation for and pride in our agency and what we have accomplished. I want to extend my sincere gratitude and thanks to the extraordinary staff members, volunteers, donors, and partners who have contributed significantly to SJHP’s mission over the last 25 years,” said SJHP Executive Director Bill Lazar.
SJHP works with public and private sectors to enhance and provide affordable housing programs. Services vary with always that mission in mind. They include a nationally recognized Weatherization program, new construction, energy audits, repairs for the elderly, disabled or low-income families and rental and purchase programs.
“Affordable housing is housing that a household can pay for, while still having money left over for other essentials like food, clothing transportation, and healthcare,” added Lazar. “That means that what’s considered ‘affordable’ depends on a household’s income.”
The St. Johns Housing Partnership is committed to creating, maintaining, and preserving high-quality affordable housing and providing supportive services for residents of low and moderate incomes as well as an emerging, struggling segment that includes first responders, teachers, health care workers, hospitality, and restaurant employees.
They do this by creating links between the public and private sectors on projects that create low- and moderate-income housing, rebuild neglected homes and neighborhoods, thus benefiting disadvantaged areas and enhancing community economic and social development.
“Our goals have remained consistent for 25 years, but the economy, Pandemic and soaring prices have presented unprecedented challenges that we face every day,” Lazar noted.
To help, call (904) 824-0902 or email email@example.com for more information.
ABOUT THE ST. JOHNS HOUSING PARTNERSHIP
Founded in 1998 the St. Johns Housing Partnership (SJHP) is committed to creating and preserving quality affordable housing and providing supportive services for residents of low and moderate incomes in Northeast Florida. SJHP creates partnerships between public and private sectors including investors on projects that create low- and moderate-income housing, rebuilds neglected homes and revitalizes neighborhoods in disadvantaged areas while supporting programs that enhance community economic and social development including counselling on homeownership and finances.
For more information visit www.sjhp.org.