In celebration of the holiday season, AHC Inc. continued its annual tradition of hosting Thanksgiving dinners at several of its affordable apartment communities in Arlington. AHC staff teamed up with volunteers to cook more than 30 turkeys, prepare side dishes, and help decorate community spaces for hundreds of residents to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast together.
The process of developing affordable housing is increasingly challenging. Justin Oliver, AHC Board Chair, suggests several ways to help, including making the business case for affordable housing – and how it helps the whole community thrive.
Nearly 50 AHC students and staff recently toured the University of Virginia campus. The trip was one of several college visits scheduled by AHC’s Teen Tutoring and College and Career Readiness programs.
October 19, 2017 – AHC Inc. celebrated four outstanding Volunteers of the Year, including the Marymount University Women’s Lacrosse Team and three Arlington residents, at its recent Annual Meeting. AHC develops and preserves affordable housing and provides education programs for residents who live in its apartment communities. Each of the Volunteers of the Year have […]
AHC Inc.’s College and Career Readiness Program guides high school juniors and seniors through the complicated college and career search process. The program really works. So far, ALL of the seniors in our program have graduated from high school and most have gone to college – often the first in their family to achieve this […]
September 13, 2017 — United States Representative Don Beyer recently toured the construction site of St. James Plaza, 93 new affordable apartments in Alexandria, VA. Rep. Beyer represents Virginia’s 8th Congressional District of Virginia, which serves Arlington County, the Cities of Alexandria and Falls Church, and portions of Fairfax County. Developed by AHC Inc., […]
Become an AHC volunteer and change a student’s life! By joining our team, you become part of a network of enthusiastic citizens helping our community’s youth succeed. How You Can Help AHC’s education programs help youth from kindergarten through 12th grade build the academic skills they need to succeed. Our 25-year-old program really works. 100% […]
Built in the 1940s, Woodbury Park at Courthouse was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004. When AHC purchased the property in 1987, the 364-unit property doubled the young organization’s rental portfolio. Thirty years later, the Colonial Revival apartment community again stands as a testament to Virginia’s rich, historical heritage. A comprehensive […]
The AHC Summer Camp provides fun, outdoor exercise and field trips while maintaining students’ literacy and math skills learned during the school year. The 2017 theme is “Creating”, which will give students the opportunity to be artists, inventors and scientists while stretching their imaginations. The combination of fun and learning really works. More than 9o% […]
AHC’s Teen Tutoring program has been pairing volunteers with middle and high school students for more than 20 years. The program has helped over 100 youth successfully graduate from high school and generated countless long-lasting relationships. One of these volunteers, Sharon, was paired with a very young middle school student, Bibho, after she started volunteering. The opportunity has been a positive experience for them both.
Volunteer an hour once a week to help a teen successfully graduate from high school.
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