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Housing Development Consortium of Seattle - King County

2019

A N N U A L  R E P O R T 1326 FIFTH AVENUE, SUITE 230   |     SEATTLE, WA  98101     |     HOUSINGCONSORTIUM.ORG     |     (206) 682-9541


WHO WE ARE Housing Development Consortium of Seattle- King County

OUR VISION

2017

A N N U A L  R E P O R T OUR MISSION All people live with dignity in safe, healthy, and affordable homes within communities of opportunity

Through education, advocacy, and leadership, HDC supports and inspires its members as they work collaboratively to meet the housing needs of limited income residents throughout King County

OUR VALUES Social equity, collaboration, impact, and integrity

OUR PRINCIPLES We honor and support the entire affordable housing continuum We act as responsible stewards of public resources and public trust We engage in productive strategic alliances across sectors and industry We respond to diverse community needs for affordable housing solutions

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2019 marked the end of another decade and HDC’s continued service to the King County community. In 2019, HDC’s membership grew to 178 organizations, while we grappled with the daunting task of producing and preserving affordable housing at unprecedented levels. Our members deserve accolades for leaning in and doing all they can in an environment with limited resources. Our members are the creative force behind all the good that gets accomplished. As we look forward to the possibilities in this new decade, we are always grateful to the many individuals, businesses, organizations, and foundations that support our systems change work. We are humbled by this vote of confidence and will continue to do all we can to steward these resources effectively. 2020 is also a year of introspection for HDC as we will examine our history, present opportunity, and how to best position HDC to be the most useful to our members and a catalyst for change in our communities.

Andrea Sato Board President

Marty Kooistra Executive Director


LEADERSHIP

Housing Development Consortium of Seattle- King County

STAFF

BOARD

2017

A N N U A L  R E P O R T

Nathan Antonio Administrative Coordinator Dan Cantrell Operations Manager

Aselefech Evans Equity & Programs Manager Marty Kooistra Executive Director Patience Malaba Policy Manager Emma Scalzo Communications & Outreach Manager Loren Tierney Member Services Director Mallory Van Abbema Policy & Advocacy Manager

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Special thanks to the following staff who have left HDC, but contributed to our work in 2019:

STAFF

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS Andrea Sato Board President Kantor Taylor PC

Leah Haberman

Brian Lloyd Vice President Beacon Development Group

INTERNS & TEMPORARY STAFF Dan Engstrom Andrew Orlebeke Claire Moore

Mark Gropper Secretary Renton Housing Authority Jill Fleming Treasurer Capitol Hill Housing

DIRECTORS Anthony Bridgewater 2019 Board Fellow King County

Michelle Morlan Lotus Development Partners LLC

Mark Ellerbrook

Rob Van Tassell

King County Housing & Community Development

Catholic Housing Services

Terry Galiney Seattle Housing Authority Joel Ing Edge Developers Grace Kim Schemata Workshop

Stephanie Velasco Seattle Office of Housing Maiko Winkler-Chin Seattle Chinatown International District Public Development Authority Kira Zystra

Dan Landes King County Housing Authority

All Home

Lindsay Masters A Regional Coalition for Housing

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H D C S E RV E S A S

A DVO C AT E , B RO K E R , & CONVENER OF AND FOR OUR MEMBERS

2019 PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENTS

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A DVO C AT E ADVOCATING FOR SAFE, HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE HOMES FOR EVERYONE IN KING COUNTY HDC uses our collective voice to advocate for policies that foster inclusive, affordable communities at the local, state, and federal levels. MANDATORY HOUSING AFFORDABILITY In 2019, Seattle passed Citywide Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA). The program requires private developers to contribute to affordable housing by either including affordable units on-site or by funding the creation of affordable housing. MHA is the product of 20 years of analysis and community engagement.

STATE ADVOCACY HDC advocated alongside our state partners for bold and innovative housing solutions during the 2019 Legislative Session. These efforts included:

OTHER ADVOCACY WINS

Helped pass the Sewer Capacity Charge reduction for affordable housing developments. This will alleviate some of the cost-drivers and obstacles to development. Supported the Fort Lawton Redevelopment Plan. The former army reserve site will be used to develop 237 affordable homes. Supported South King County cities in launching the formal collaborative, South King Housing and Homelessness Partners (SKHHP). 10 years in the making, this effort is intended to deepen interjurisdictional coordination on housing and homelessness.

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SEATTLE'S FARE SHARE PLAN

HDC, along with our transportation and labor partners, supported the passage of the Fare Share plan to invest in workers, transportation, and housing near transit. The small fee on rideshare transactions will support $52 million of investments over five years to develop affordable housing.

Allocation of $175M for the Housing Trust Fund Allowing local municipalities to utilize a portion of sales tax for affordable housing through HB 1406 Creating a tool for cities to use real estate excise tax program funds to build new affordable housing through HB 1219 Reforming the eviction process throug h HB 5600

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A DVO C AT E ADVOCATING FOR SAFE, HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE HOMES FOR EVERYONE IN KING COUNTY HDC uses our collective voice to advocate for policies that foster inclusive, affordable communities at the local, state, and federal levels.

2,500+ Actions taken for smart housing policies in 2019 AFFORDABLE HOUSING WEEK Our third annual Affordable Housing Week brought cities across King County together to rally for affordable housing in our region, and what a success:

30+ 29 1,000+

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Events Proclamations from cities, King County, organizations, and higher education institutions Event attendees

AFFORDABLE HOUSING VIRTUAL TOUR Partnering with Union Bank, HDC hosted more than 30 elected officials from over a dozen municipalities for an “Affordable Housing of Today" event. The goal of the event was to give local leaders an authentic and tangible understanding of what modern affordable housing is, what it looks like in their communities, and what tools exist for them to be able to pursue it at the scale we need to address our region’s collective need.


B RO K E R ENGAGING IN STRATEGIC ALLIANCES ACROSS SECTORS AND INDUSTRIES Since 1988, HDC membership has grown to encompass all the major nonprofit housing developers in King County, as well as the major financial institutions, architects, general contractors, attorneys, accountants, service providers, public housing authorities, and government agencies.  This membership-based network collaborates effectively to provide a wide range of stable and affordable housing opportunities for those who most need assistance. By uniting our shared values, we are better positioned to support the sector's ability to make a substantial community-wide impact. 

175+ CROSS-SECTOR

MEMBERS

As a powerful network, we engage in strategic alliances across sectors and industries to respond to diverse community needs - from homelessness to homeownership. Through workshops, seminars, and trainings, HDC facilitates and provides skill-building opportunities, networking, and peer support, creating efficiencies in design and production to preserve and improve the sector's ability to act as responsible stewards of public resources. 

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B RO K E R ENGAGING IN STRATEGIC ALLIANCES ACROSS SECTORS AND INDUSTRIES

Emerald Cities Seattle Emerald Cities and HDC have partnered to launch the E-Contractor Academy, a 7-week training program in 2020 for women and people of color-owned sub-contracting firms to gain the skills and knowledge needed to successfully bid on energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. As stricter energy efficiency codes continue to be mandated, we want to ensure everyone benefits from technical advances and growth opportunities.

NAMI HDC, along with NAMI Washington, continues to fight for investments in Housing First and Permanent Supportive Housing programs at the state level for the most vulnerable Washingtonians. These programs provide necessary supports to people living with mental illness in such a way that they keep people healthy, productive, and thriving.

Tech 4 Housing HDC became the fiscal sponsor of Tech 4 Housing, a community of tech workers who believe the tech boom can and should benefit every resident. Tech 4 Housing works to engage the tech community through educational outreach and advocacy.Â

Seattle for Everyone HDC, along with Seattle for Everyone partners, championed the citywide passage of the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda and Mandatory Housing Affordability rezones in March 2019. This partnership has also successfully supported the passage of citywide accessory dwelling units and detached accessory dwelling unit legislation and other policies to thoughtfully increase housing production, affordability, and community supports. 78


CONVENER BRINGING TOGETHER ALL SECTORS, DISCIPLINES, & PROFESSIONS IN SERVICE TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING HDC provides a range of member services, bringing together our broad member base and partners to discuss, deliberate, and act to increase the quality and availability of affordable housing.

IN 2019, MEMBER SERVICES... HDCÂ provides a forum for member organizations to share ideas, reflect on lessons learned, and explore opportunities to better serve the community. Each year, hundreds of HDC members participate in our menu of programs, events, and affinity groups that are relevant to their organization, professional role or interests, and type of membership. It is our goal to offer contextual programming from a variety of perspectives that reaches a broad constituency of our membership.

HOSTED attendees

1,500

at

40+

EVENTS

throughout the year

Our 11 Affinity Groups, Peer Groups, and Task Forces enable members to work collaboratively, share promising practices, and develop policies, ideas, and solutions that reflect and promote our mission within each member organization and across the county.

MEMBER PROGRAMS In 2019, HDC hosted several Learn at Lunches, educational forums and workshops, candidate forums, networking opportunities, and professional development/training opportunities to our members and partners. In doing so, we hope to bridge connections and opportunities within our expanding network. In total, our Learn at Lunch series bought together over 200 members over the year to discuss emerging developments, opportunities, and challenges in the housing sector. Furthermore, HDC continued our "Housing And..." series with a Housing and Mental Health summit and a Housing and Community Development summit. With 140+ attendees, the purpose of the "Housing And..." series is to highlight intersections of housing and cross-sector partnerships.

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CONVENER BRINGING TOGETHER ALL SECTORS, DISCIPLINES, & PROFESSIONS IN SERVICE TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING HDC provides a range of member services, bringing together our broad member base and partners to discuss, deliberate, and act to increase the quality and availability of affordable housing.

HDC's LDI offers emerging leaders the tools they need to access both technical and professional skills, and to understand the importance of leveraging partnerships across sector.

HDC and our membership is on the cutting edge of innovation in efficient development, design, & construction. Our approach aims to create healthy homes, preserve the environment, produce durable buildings, and balance the first cost in a way that doesn't reduce overall homes produced.

Thank your to our partners and supporters who make this initiative possible:

EXEMPLARY BUILDINGS PROGRAM

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SURVEY COURSE HDC’s LDSC is a 7-month, 65-hour program designed to provide participants with a broad overview of leadership principles and exposure to the many and varied roles of leaders in mission and value-driven organizations.

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GRADUATES

of our in-house LDSC program since 2008, thanks to our partner

HDC’s Exemplary Building demonstration program was created to put the affordable housing community on track to achieve deep green building standards in accordance with changing state and local energy codes. To learn more about our exemplary building program, visit exemplarybuilding.housingconsortium.org

OFFSITE CONSTRUCTION TASK FORCE Our Offsite Construction Task Force provides industry and research support, and equips members to address issues in permitting and construction, financing and procurement, municipal codes, and public myths. Offsite Construction Task Force is focused on creating a product package for potential sites, funders, and developers interested in implementing modular and offsite construction strategies.


R AC E , E Q U I T Y, & I N C LU S I O N APPLYING A RACIAL EQUITY LENS TO OUR PROGRAMS AND INITIATIVES HDC's Race, Equity, and Inclusion Initiative programming seeks to help our members apply a racial equity lens to their practices in order to achieve a more just, dignified, and connected housing sector King County.

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP The HDI pilot program is a nine-month paid internship designed to recruit, train, and retain racially and socioeconomically diverse students who might not otherwise know about opportunities in affordable housing to help diversify a historically white sector. In 2019, our inaugural year, HDC received 14 applications and placed two interns with two member organizations.

RECRUITING DIVERSITY TASK FORCE RDTF is comprised of 35 committee members from a variety of HDC member organizations, and an additional nine allies that meet monthly to identify sector training needs, act as the governing body for HDC’s Housing Development Internship, and recruit a diverse workforce in the affordable housing sector.

RACE-BASED CAUCUSING Race-based caucusing is an identified best practice for working intentionally to further racial equity organizationally and sector-wide. Race-Based Caucuses provide space for people to work within their own racial/ethnic groups. HDC’s BIPOC and white caucuses meet quarterly. In 2019, we convened 44 people for four 90-minute sessions.

SECTOR TRAINING HDC hosted a two-day, 16-hour Undoing Racism workshop by the People's Institute. Through dialogue, analysis, and reflection, 80 staff from 22 affordable housing organizations developed a common definition of racism and an understanding of the historical context for how racial classifications formed and how they are maintained. 

REI LEARNING COHORT Our Race, Equity, and Inclusion Learning Cohort is comprised of five nonprofit organizations working to implement an organizational assessment and/or develop a racial equity workplan with assistance from a hired Racial Equity housing consultant and HDC staff.

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FINANCIALS

HDC works to provide a value proposition for members that earns their on-going support. Member Dues comprise about a third of our budget, and the majority of our expenses are on programs designed to build the capacity of our members.

MEMBERSHIP DUES

ADMINISTRATION

FUNDRAISING

INCOME

EXPENSES

GRANTS & CONTRIBUTIONS (both restricted & unrestricted)

OPERATING INCOME

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PROGRAMS

ASSETS

RESTRICTED CARRYOVER FROM 2018 MEMBER DUES CONTRIBUTIONS - Restricted CONTRIBUTIONS - Unrestricted

$77,734 $419,266 $279,079 $608,960

RESTRICTED CARRYOVER TO 2020

($120,701)

TOTAL

$1,264,338

OPERATING EXPENSES

NET ASSETS - Beginning of Period NET ASSETS - End of Period

$708,566 $900,834

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS

$192,268

PROGRAMS FUNDRAISING ADMINISTRATION TOTAL

$767,190 $49,709 $247,087 $1,063,986


MEMBERSHIP When a small group of affordable housing advocates started meeting in Seattle in 1988, no one imagined the HDC of today. HDC continues to expand its reach, engagement, and influence along with our evolving membership. 

GROWTH OF MEMBERSHIP

180

178 MEMBERS

By sector, 1988 - 2019

160

140

120

13 NEW MEMBERS in 2019

98.2% RETENTION RATE in 2019

100

80

60

40

20

0

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

Nonprofit

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1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

For Profit

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Government

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

Grand Total

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MEMBERSHIP HDC’s membership encompasses all of the major nonprofit housing developers in King County, local housing authorities, financial institutions, service providers, consultants, architects, building contractors, attorneys, accountants, and government agencies among others. Our members work tirelessly to serve the many in our community who cannot afford market-rate rents or home prices.

MEMBERSHIP BY SECTOR Accounting Architect Association Bank/Private Funder Construction/Construction Specialty Design/Development Consultants Government Housing Developer/Provider Insurance Legal Nonprofit/Supportive Services Other Public Housing Authority Public/Nonprofit Funder

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C O M M U N I T Y I M PAC T Affordable homes contribute to communities by adding vitality, increasing local purchasing power, and improving the quality of neighborhoods. HDC members are hard at work in communities within King County and beyond.

As of 2019, HDC members have collectively built and preserved:

46,900

AFFORDABLE HOMES

in

38+ COMMUNITIES

126,500 TOTAL INDIVIDUALS in homes built & preserved by HDC members

covering

2,800+ LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT KING COUNTY

HDC members provided

22,437 FEDERAL HOUSING SUBSIDIES worth more than

$263 MILLION

which benefited local economies. 15

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WE ARE HDC

2019 MEMBER DIRECTORY

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WE ARE HDC MEMBER Affordable Housing Management Association (AHMA) Aging and Disability Services All Home Ally Community Development American Institute of Architects (AIA) Seattle Ankrom Moisan Architects ARC Architects ARCH (A Regional Coalition for Housing) Artspace Projects, Inc Aspect Consulting Attain Housing Bank of America Banner Bank barrientos Ryan Baylis Architects Beacon Development Group BECU Bellwether Housing Blokable BNBuilders Boston Financial Investment Management Brawner & Company BRIDGE Housing Building Changes Business Impact NW Byrd Barr Place

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SECTOR

SEGMENT

JOINED

Nonprofit Government Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Government Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit For Profit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit

Association Government Nonprofit/Supportive Services Design/Development Consultants Architect Architect Architect Public/Nonprofit Funder Housing Developer/Provider Design/Development Consultants Nonprofit/Supportive Services Bank/Private Funder Bank/Private Funder Housing Developer/Provider Architect Design/Development Consultants Bank/Private Funder Housing Developer/Provider Design/Development Consultants Construction/Construction Specialty Bank/Private Funder Design/Development Consultants Housing Developer/Provider Nonprofit/Supportive Services Public/Nonprofit Funder Nonprofit/Supportive Services

2008 2010 2015 2012 2018 2013 2007 2005 2004 2018 2017 1994 2014 2019 2016 1999 2011 1988 2017 2015 2018 2019 2016 1993 2016 2018

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WE ARE HDC MEMBER

SECTOR

SEGMENT

JOINED

Capital One Capitol Hill Housing Cascade Affordable Housing Consultants Catholic Housing Services Chief Seattle Club City of Renton Clark Nuber Columbia Bank Community Frameworks Community Homes, Inc Compass Construction Compass Housing Alliance Congregations for the Homeless Crescent Collaborative DASH (Downtown Action to Save Housing) Deacon Construction DESC (Downtown Emergency Service Center) DNDA (Delridge Neighborhood Development Association) Ecotope Edge Developers El Centro de la Raza Emerald Cities Seattle Encore Architects Enterprise Community Partners Environmental Works Express Credit Union

For Profit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Government For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit

Bank/Private Funder Housing Developer/Provider Design/Development Consultants Housing Developer/Provider Nonprofit/Supportive Services Government Accounting Bank/Private Funder Housing Developer/Provider Nonprofit/Supportive Services Construction/Construction Specialty Housing Developer/Provider Nonprofit/Supportive Services Nonprofit/Supportive Services Housing Developer/Provider Construction/Construction Specialty Nonprofit/Supportive Services Housing Developer/Provider Design/Development Consultants Design/Development Consultants Nonprofit/Supportive Services Design/Development Consultants Architect Public/Nonprofit Funder Architect Bank/Private Funder

2017 1988 2011 1988 2018 2015 2017 2019 2011 2017 2019 1991 2016 2016 2000 2016 2001 2017 2019 2016 2012 2014 2019 1998 1988 2015

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WE ARE HDC MEMBER

SECTOR

SEGMENT

JOINED

Falkin Associates Federal Home Loan Bank Des Moines First American Title Insurance Company Forterra Friends of Youth GGLO GMD Development Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County Harborstone Credit Union Hawaii Housing Alliance Heritage Bank HERO House HomeSight Homestead Community Land Trust HomeStreet Bank Hopelink Horizon Housing Alliance Housing Resources Bainbridge HumanGood (Beacon Communities) Imagine Housing Impact Capital InterIm CDA International Living Future Institute International Rescue Committee (IRC) JPMorgan Chase JRS Engineering Kantor Taylor PC

For Profit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit For Profit

Design/Development Consultants Bank/Private Funder Insurance Other Nonprofit/Supportive Services Architect Design/Development Consultants Housing Developer/Provider Bank/Private Funder Nonprofit/Supportive Services Bank/Private Funder Nonprofit/Supportive Services Housing Developer/Provider Housing Developer/Provider Bank/Private Funder Nonprofit/Supportive Services Housing Developer/Provider Housing Developer/Provider Design/Development Consultants Housing Developer/Provider Public/Nonprofit Funder Housing Developer/Provider Other Nonprofit/Supportive Services Bank/Private Funder Construction/Construction Specialty Legal

2010 2014 2010 2018 2012 1997 2018 1988 2017 2015 2015 2017 1990 2003 2015 2012 2019 2013 2014 1992 1992 1988 2018 2016 1992 2017 1996

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WE ARE HDC MEMBER

SECTOR

SEGMENT

JOINED

Kate's House KeyBank King County Housing Authority King County Housing, Homelessness, and      Community Development Knit (formerly SH Architecture) LeadingAge Washington LifeWire Lotus Development Partners, LLC Loveridge Hunt & Co, CPA Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) Madrone Consulting Marpac Construction LLC Mercy Housing Northwest Method Homes Miller-Hull Partnership Mithun MLK-Seattle Black Veterans Housing and Human       Services Group Mt Baker Housing Association Multi-Service Center Muslim Housing Services Nakano Associates National Development Council (NDC) National Equity Fund - Northwest Office National Housing Conference Navos

Nonprofit For Profit Government Government

Housing Developer/Provider Bank/Private Funder Public Housing Authority Government

2018 1995 1995 1992

For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit

Architect Association Nonprofit/Supportive Services Design/Development Consultants Accounting Housing Developer/Provider Design/Development Consultants Construction/Construction Specialty Housing Developer/Provider Construction/Construction Specialty Architect Architect Nonprofit/Supportive Services

2019 2018 2017 2015 2003 1989 2019 1996 2001 2018 2017 2016 2016

Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit

Housing Developer/Provider Nonprofit/Supportive Services Nonprofit/Supportive Services Architect Public/Nonprofit Funder Public/Nonprofit Funder Association Nonprofit/Supportive Services

1993 1998 2015 2017 2012 1998 2014 2017

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WE ARE HDC

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MEMBER

SECTOR

SEGMENT

JOINED

Northwest EcoBuilding Guild Novogradac O'Brien360 Opportunity Council OrePac Pacifica Law Group Parkview Services Path with Art Pike Place Market PDA Pioneer Human Services Plymouth Healing Communities Plymouth Housing Rafn Company RDH Building Science Rebuilding Together Seattle Red Capital Group Refugee Women's Alliance (ReWA) Renton Housing Authority Rolluda Architects Runberg Architecture Group SAGE Architectural Alliance Schemata Workshop SCIDpda (Seattle Chinatown International District PDA) SeaMar Community Health Centers Seattle CityClub Seattle Housing Authority Seattle Office of Housing SEED (SouthEast Effective Development)

Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit Government For Profit For Profit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit Government Government Nonprofit

Association Accounting Design/Development Consultants Nonprofit/Supportive Services Construction/Construction Specialty Legal Housing Developer/Provider Nonprofit/Supportive Services Housing Developer/Provider Housing Developer/Provider Nonprofit/Supportive Services Housing Developer/Provider Construction/Construction Specialty Construction/Construction Specialty Construction/Construction Specialty Bank/Private Funder Nonprofit/Supportive Services Public Housing Authority Architect Architect Architect Architect Housing Developer/Provider Nonprofit/Supportive Services Other Public Housing Authority Government Housing Developer/Provider

2018 2015 2016 2017 2018 2016 2001 2016 2012 1988 2016 1988 2002 2019 2015 2017 2017 2010 2015 2010 2010 2008 1988 2009 2018 1995 1998 1988

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WE ARE HDC

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MEMBER

SECTOR

SEGMENT

JOINED

SHAG (Sustainable Housing for Ageless Generations) Shelter Resources, Inc Simkin Search Skyway Solutions SMR Architects Solid Ground Sound Generations South Park Information and Resource Center Sprague Israel Giles, Inc Stoel Rives LLP Sundberg Kennedy Ly-Au Young Architects Synergy Construction The Salvation Army - Northwest Division The Sophia Way Third Place Design Cooperative Tonkin Architecture Umpqua Bank Union Bank United Way of King County Urban Land Institute (ULI) Northwest Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle US Bank Valley Cities Venture General Contracting Verity Credit Union VIA Architecture

Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit

Housing Developer/Provider Design/Development Consultants Other Nonprofit/Supportive Services Architect Nonprofit/Supportive Services Nonprofit/Supportive Services Nonprofit/Supportive Services Insurance Legal Architect Construction/Construction Specialty Nonprofit/Supportive Services Nonprofit/Supportive Services Architect Architect Bank/Private Funder Bank/Private Funder Nonprofit/Supportive Services Association Nonprofit/Supportive Services Bank/Private Funder Nonprofit/Supportive Services Construction/Construction Specialty Bank/Private Funder Architect

2010 2004 2018 2016 1996 2009 2013 2018 2014 2013 2019 1999 2019 2015 2016 1998 2015 2008 2015 2016 2018 1996 2012 2017 2016 2012


WE ARE HDC

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MEMBER

SECTOR

SEGMENT

JOINED

Vine Maple Place Vision House Vitus Development Group Walsh Construction Company Washington Community Reinvestment Association WaFD Washington Homeownership Resource Center Washington State Housing Finance Commission Weber Thompson Weinstein A|U Wells Fargo Wellspring Family Services WG Clark Construction William Wright Photography YMCA of Greater Seattle, Accelerator YouthCare YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish

Nonprofit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit Nonprofit Government For Profit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit For Profit For Profit Nonprofit Nonprofit Nonprofit

Nonprofit/Supportive Services Nonprofit/Supportive Services Housing Developer/Provider Construction/Construction Specialty Public/Nonprofit Funder Bank/Private Funder Nonprofit/Supportive Services Public/Nonprofit Funder Architect Architect Bank/Private Funder Nonprofit/Supportive Services Construction/Construction Specialty Construction/Construction Specialty Nonprofit/Supportive Services Nonprofit/Supportive Services Nonprofit/Supportive Services

2019 2017 2017 1996 1992 2017 2015 2000 2010 2009 1997 2010 2010 2010 2018 2009 1991

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F O U N DAT I O N S & D O N O R S We’re so appreciative of our supporters, especially the following, who help make our work possible

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MAJOR SUPPORTERS

FRIENDS OF HDC

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation BECU Bank of America Merrill Lynch Bullitt Foundation Campion Foundation Cathay Bank Foundation Catholic Health Initiative Edwards Mother Earth Foundation Enterprise Community Partners GeekWire – Geeks Give Back JPMorgan Chase Microsoft Muckleshoot Indian Tribe Opus Bank Seattle Foundation Somali Youth & Family Club Union Bank US Bank Foundation Vulcan

$1,000+

$500-$999

Leanne Antonio Mark Barbieri Dennis Buchanan Heather Bunn Bill & Paula Clapp Bill Corbin Mark Gropper Richard Harruff Barry Hoyne Doug Ito Mark Kantor & Jane Zalutsky Dan Landes Brian Lloyd Scott Matthews Miriam Roskin Andrea Sato

Ryan Anderson Peter Apostol Susan Boyd Sai Chaleunphonh Bart Cima Maryann Crissey Kathryn Davis Mark Dean Michael Decina Gregory Dunfield Greg Elkerton Mark Ellerbrook Joe Ferguson Jill Fleming Dan Fulton Marty Goodman Christopher Graving Aaron Holm Joel Ing Alistair Jackson

Donations of $250 or greater

Greg Johnson & Natanya Bednarski Aarti Khanna Joanna Martin Jack McCullough Bill Moore John Morefield Robert Murphy Janet Pope Paul Purcell Bill Reid Brian Richter Josephine Roskin Wolf Saar Shelter Resources, Inc. Alice Shobe Tom Tierney Bradley Wilburn Steven Wood Kira Zylstra


F O U N DAT I O N S & D O N O R S $250-499 Humberto Alvarez Anonymous - in honor of Bill Humphreys Nancy Backus Ben Bakkenta Irene Basloe Saraf Elizabeth Boram Dan Brettler Susan Busch Eric Campbell Kyle Carrick Connie Clark James Creek Jr. Robin Dode Doh Driver Michael Dunning Tyler Easterday Michael Erikson Megan Espinoza Gary Fallon Chandler Felt Dana Fontes Gregory Foxx William Frizzell Terry Galiney Sibyl Glasby Margaret Graham Deanna Gregory

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HAL Real Estate Robert Hale Crystal Hall Linda Hall Jacqueline Hansen Shannon Harper Jonathan Heller Nancy Henderson Jason Henry Sean Heron John Howell Joseph Hurley IL Gross Structural Engineers Erin Ishizaki Calvin Jones Tracy K. Smith Dean Kralios Josh LaBelle Paul Lambros Karen Ledbetter Duane Leonard Al Levine Alison Lorig Christina Lucas Maria Luisa Bangs Robyn Mah Victor Martinez Lindsay Masters

Devin McComb Jennifer McDougall Watt Joe McKinstry Chris Mefford Ann Melone Rebecca Morton & Ann Schuessler Rachael Myers Paul Nelson Carl Neuman Will Ng Karl Norambuena Philippa Nye Mike O'Brien Peter Orser Stella Ortega Maestas Ann Osterberg Parkview Services John Paulsen Isaura Perez Faith Pettis Ethan Phelps-Goodman Bob Powers Terry Proctor Kelly Rench Randy Robinson Martha Rose Bill Rumpf

Kristin Ryan Sallie Sanford Mark Santos-Johnson Allison Schwartzman Susan Selman Jonathan Shafer Jeff Speert Lee Stanton Sarah Stiteler Deborah Taglialavore Jessie Templeton Scott Tinker Patrick Tippy Kim Toskey Shoko Toyama Susanna Tran Roger Tucker John Turnbull Rob Van Tassell Stephanie Velasco Michele Wang Matt Wells Emily Wheeler Elizabeth Winders Maiko Winkler-Chin John Woodworth Pamela Xander

THANK YOU for supporting our vision of safe, healthy, affordable homes for all

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Thank you! - HDC Staff

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