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Women in Housing & Finance (WHF) is a premiere non-partisan, nonprofit forum for business and policy experts to share their views and insights. Since 1979, WHF has provided outstanding opportunities to learn about housing and financial services developments, network with other professionals in the field, and meet with regulators and other government officials. Click here to find out more about membership and benefits.

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Announcements

Experts: Slow Housing Finance to Drag Economy
by Beth Solomon, April 28, 2015

WHF's 2015 Annual Symposium written up in the Georgetown Dish. For more WHF press visit our In the News page.

Mark Your Calendars for June 4th; Support the WHF Foundation on a Day of Giving Through the United Way and DO More 24!
 
Do you want to create positive change in the Washington metropolitan area? Join us for Do More 24! The third annual Do More 24 online fundraiser will begin at 12:00 AM and end at 11:59 PM on June 4th and this year we’re running a Do More 24 campaign.
 
Do More 24 is powered by United Way of the National Capital Area. The innovative fundraiser brings together more than 500 nonprofits that serve in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

On June 4th, go to our fundraising page to donate and support the WHF Foundation!

WHF Foundation Partner, Open Arms Housing, Opens Second Facility
 
WHF Partner Open Arms Housing broke ground on its second facility, Owen House at 1256 Owen Place, NE in the Trinidad neighborhood of Washington, DC on April 28th. It will provide permanent housing for four homeless women with mental and physical disabilities. Read more here.
 
Volunteer Opportunity: WHF Foundation Financial Literacy Program
 
The WHF Foundation is pleased to announce its continuing financial literacy program partnership with residents of Calvary Women's Services. One 8-week session is scheduled as follows:
 
Session 1 – October 6 to November 24, 2015
 
Taught by WHF volunteers who received training on the FDIC Money Smart curriculum, the program helps the women gain the knowledge they need to make wise financial decisions when they leave Calvary to live independently. Each weekly session lasts 1.5 hours at Calvary, located just minutes past the National's baseball stadium. A volunteer training opportunity is planned for March 17, 2015 at KL Gates. See website calendar for details. For questions and to volunteer, please call the WHF Foundation at 703-683-4742 or WHF Foundation President Mary Martha Fortney at 703-507-4088 (email at mmfortney@verizon.net). 

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WHF Foundation
The WHF Foundation is comprised of WHF members who dedicate their resources and knowledge to help women and their families in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Please consider contributing directly to the WHF Foundation through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) #19283For other ways to donate and to learn more about the WHF Foundation click here.