Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development
The Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development (ANHD) is a membership association of neighborhood-based affordable housing and economic development groups, and is one of NYC’s leading advocacy/policy organizations. ANHD works to strengthen the activist community development movement in NYC to build power for low- and moderate-income people to challenge and change unjust systems of power. Our 100 member organizations are composed of not-for-profit affordable housing and community development groups, equitable economic development organizations, and neighborhood organizing groups. ANHD’s core programs include activism-oriented policy research and advocacy campaign coordination, as well as robust training and apprenticeship programs that build our members’ capacity. ANHD member groups have built over 125,000 units of affordable housing in our city’s most distressed neighborhoods in the past 30 years, and consistently organized tenants and communities to save affordable housing and shape the city policy landscape to better meet the needs of low- and moderate-income New Yorkers. Information on ANHD can be found at our website www.anhd.org.