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Building the American Dream Requires a Foundation in Strong Communities

7 Jun 2021

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 of supporting

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Fahe Members Virtually Gather at Spring Retreat to Talk Strategy for “Building on Our Foundation”

11 May 2021

2020 Challenged the Fahe Network in Ways No One Could Predict. But Our Members Not Only Rose to Meet the Challenge—They’re Emerging Even Stronger. May 11, 2021 The annual Fahe Spring Retreat is a

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Fahe Survey Shows Even Families with Affordable Housing Face Financial Struggles during C-19

22 Dec 2020

Fahe connects directly with families through our Loan Servicing department and Membership Network, which allows us to identify needs and swiftly take action to craft solutions that provide

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2000s Fahe Timeline

Fahe’s 40th Anniversary: Progress Through the 2000s

21 Aug 2020

The early 2000’s brought a transition in leadership form David Lollis to Jim King.  It also marked a time of dynamic change for Fahe.  Over the past twenty years, Fahe had grown to over

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Fahe’s 40th Anniversary: Progress Through the 90s

10 Jul 2020

2020 marks Fahe’s 40th Anniversary of Building the American Dream in Appalachia.  Earlier this year during our Virtual Spring Meeting, we celebrated our birthday with the unveiling of a

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NeighborWorks Week 2020: Building Strong Communities Together Every Day

5 Jun 2020

Every year during National Homeownership Month (June), NeighborWorks America (NWA) brings together tens of thousands of people in a week-long period of education and celebration of housing and

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The Census is a Ready-made Way to Bring Investment to the Region; Let’s Get Counted

29 Oct 2019

Population counts from the 2020 census will be used to allocate federal funding for education, housing, transportation, and our social safety net. An undercount in the census could cost small town

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