Participate in our programming for professional development and network with your peers. Our roundtables, mixers, Annual Conference, and Ruby Awards are the region’s foremost resource for networking and learning about the latest affordable housing issues and trends.
Visit our events page to view all planned activities.
SDHF offers a variety of opportunities to get involved. Whether you choose to become an official member, volunteer your time, or make a monetary donation we're confident you'll find purpose in helping our community.
“I always feel like I could be doing more, I never feel like I’m doing enough, so that’s what pushes me to do what I do.”
- Tracey Davis, Resident Services Manager for Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation
Become a Member
Join our growing coalition of affordable housing developers, advocates, and other professionals in making the San Diego region a more affordable and equitable place to live. Members of the San Diego Housing Federation represent a diverse community of organizations that build, finance and support the creation and preservation of affordable homes.
SDHF is looking for volunteers for our 2018 Programs and Events. If you are interested in volunteering, please email Sarah with your contact information along with your availability for the upcoming events.
Make a Donation
Consider a donation in support of the San Diego Housing Federation’s mission and work so that we can continue our effort to ensure that all San Diegans living on limited incomes, have the prospect of a stable, affordable home. Help us continue our work to advance affordable housing and support inclusive communities.
WHAT WE DO:
Since 1990, the San Diego Housing Federation has worked to ensure that all San Diegans, regardless of income, have a chance at a safe, stable and affordable place to call home. We do this by offering education, advancing smart policies and growing the capacity of those who build, finance and advocate for homes that are affordable to San Diegans in need: working families, returning veterans, seniors and those living with mental and physical disability.
SHARE YOUR STORY WITH US
Last year, as we celebrated the season of giving, we asked our members and residents to tell us what home is to them. We received an array of answers from love to safety and security, but the main thing we found is that home is the foundation of our lives and can represent so much to each of us. What does home mean to you? If you would like to participate in our Home Is campaign or share your story, please contact Sarah Buchanan.
SDHF is supported by the generous contributions from the following organizations. Thank you for your continued backing!