Foundations for New Housing & Childcare Space Taking Shape

Affordable Housing and Childcare. Two fundamental resources our community consistently tells us are in short supply, as evidenced once again in this year’s most recent Prosperity Project (Opportunity Council’s Community Needs Assessment). We strive to meet this need in a variety of ways from developing housing projects with partners like Lifeline Connections and NW Youth [...]

Foundations for New Housing & Childcare Space Taking Shape2021-10-11T14:11:35-07:00

Board elects 2021-22 officers

  The Opportunity Council's board of directors elected officers at their April 22 meeting in Bellingham. The 2021-22 board officers are: President: Mark Tompkins, San Juan County Health & Community Services Vice President: Rebecca Boonstra, East Whatcom Community Council Treasurer: Paul Stermer, Phillips 66 Ferndale Refinery Secretary: Ozell Jackson, Homebridge Financial Services Past President: Steve [...]

Board elects 2021-22 officers2021-09-20T16:09:07-07:00

Clean energy projects will reduce energy burden for low-income households, nonprofit housing providers

Washington State Department of Commerce announced $3.7 million was awarded for solar installations benefitting low-income communities.  The Opportunity Council's East Whatcom Regional Resource Center was among the recipients.  Below are excerpts from the state press release. (February 25, 2021) -- The Washington State Department of Commerce today announced $3.7 million in grants for nine solar [...]

Clean energy projects will reduce energy burden for low-income households, nonprofit housing providers2021-09-20T16:10:51-07:00
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