WASHINGTON, D.C. – March 2, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) and the Delaware Council of Faith-Based Partnerships will be hosting a free Lunch & Learn on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 in the Carvel State Office Building, 3rd Floor Conference Room, at 820 N. French Street, Wilmington, Delaware. Join us as Gary Hecker, DSHA Housing Finance Manager, presents information on helping individuals and families facing foreclosure on their home, including the Delaware Emergency Mortgage Assistance program, and a program for senior homeowners in Wilmington who are facing foreclosure for delinquent city property taxes and water/sewer bills. Luncheon and presentation are free, but registration is required. Please RSVP to Flora McConkie at (302) 633-4825 or de.cfbp (at) gmail (dot) com.
The Delaware Council of Faith-Based Partnerships was created by Governor Jack Markell in 2012. Members of the Council serve as interfaith volunteers, and the Council operates without state funding, partnering with government agencies and nonprofit groups to address community needs.
About the Delaware State Housing Authority The Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA), formed in 1968, is dedicated to providing quality, affordable housing opportunities and appropriate supportive services to low- and moderate-income Delawareans. In addition to its role as the State’s Housing Finance Agency, DSHA is unique in that it also serves as a Public Housing Authority and acts as a Community Development and Planning Agency. As a Public Housing Authority, DSHA receives funding from HUD to build, own, and operate public housing in Kent and Sussex counties, two of Delaware’s three counties. For more information about the Delaware State Housing Authority, please call: (888) 363-8808 or visit our website at: www.destatehousing.com
Christina M. Hardin-Dirksen
Chief of Community Relations, DSHA
Phone: (302) 739-4263
Email: Christina (at) destatehousing (dot) com