September 14, 2022

Meeting the Moment for the Housing Affordability Crisis

The Fahe Network Talks ‘Concrete Solutions’ for Today’s Housing Affordability Crisis With the Fahe Annual Meeting fast approaching, reflecting on some of the important conversations regarding […]
August 29, 2022

Building Higher Ground for Seniors amid the ‘Silver Tsunami’

The Fahe Network’s Innovative Solution to Help Kentucky Seniors Age Safely in Place As workforce relocations and economic realignments emerge from the pandemic, homeowners and renters […]
November 22, 2021
BIF Enactment

“Infrastructure Week” Comes to Appalachia with Enactment of Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act

Once-in-a-Generation Investment Promises to Make the American Dream a Reality for Millions of Families On November 15th, 2021, after months of negotiations among House and Senate […]
October 25, 2021

Addressing Philanthropic Blind Spots

Philanthropy has a rural blind spot (SSIR Spring 2021).   According to Robert Atkins, Sarah Allred, and Daniel Hart, the distance of the wealthiest philanthropies, which are […]
October 21, 2021

2021 Annual Meeting Offers Expert Insights and Tested Strategies for Fahe Members to Build a Strong Foundation for the Future

The Fahe Annual Meeting is traditionally a time for Fahe Members, partners, and stakeholders from across the region to gather with staff, thought leaders, and community […]
September 1, 2021

The Potential of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Legislation for the Fahe Network

Pundits have sometimes used the term “infrastructure week” as a tongue-in-cheek catchphrase to describe ambitious, substantive policy proposals that are likely doomed to fail amid Washington’s […]
July 30, 2021

From College Campus to Kentucky’s Largest Recovery Center—Finding New Purpose in Second Chances

As Crown Recovery Center Opens, Fahe is Building Renewed Opportunity for More Than Just Vacant Classrooms It was a discouraging day in 2016 when Washington County, […]
July 19, 2021

Calculating Inequality: The Paradox of Rural Poverty and Federal Income Limits

Policymakers have long grappled with the challenge of judiciously marshalling taxpayer resources to support the communities and programs where public investments will have the strongest impact. […]
June 30, 2021

Prosperous Communities are the Foundation of National Civility

Our National Civic Covenant Depends on Every Family Having a Real Chance to Build their American Dream There can be little doubt that Americans live in […]
June 7, 2021

Building the American Dream Requires a Foundation in Strong Communities

By Supporting Robust Local Workforces and Attainable Pathways to Home Ownership, Fahe is Building Strong Communities Together Every Day with Partners like NeighborWorks America The work […]