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Hope on the Horizon! Bay Area Housing for All

The Bay Area Housing for All regional bond will unlock $20 billion dollars to build and preserve more than 72,000 deeply affordable homes across 9 Bay Area counties, meeting the urgency and scale of our housing crisis. This historic opportunity has been years in the making and along with the proposed state level constitutional amendment to lower the threshold for approval of housing bonds, has the potential to make a significant impact both regionally and statewide. How can philanthropy think big and take action to ensure everyone in the Bay Area has a home in a safe and vibrant community?

Join us to learn the latest on these historic efforts, and to hear about the work that’s happening on the ground as a coalition of non-profit, philanthropic, business, and public sector partners work to advance them. We’ll discuss the impact the regional bond will have on housing and homelessness in the Bay Area, the complementary solutions we can implement alongside it to amplify its impact, and how philanthropy can get engaged and help shape the future of housing in our region. 

Who May Attend

This is a members-only event. If you are a funder who is not currently an NCG member, please email for more information on how to register.


Ken Chan

Senior Organizer

Ken Kirkey

Chief Partnership Officer

Justine Marcus

Director, Policy

Khanh Russo

Vice President of Policy and Innovation


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