ARLINGTON, Va., April 1, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- RPJ Housing, an Arlington-based non-profit 501(c)(3) provider of affordable housing, including group homes and permanent supportive housing for those in need, has released its stewardship report. The report outlines specific steps the organization has taken to enhance its service delivery, to ensure sustainability, and to operate in accordance with the highest ethical standards.
"As we approach spring, the season of renewal and rebirth, we are called upon to reflect on the many steps we have taken to better serve our friends, neighbors and communities," states RPJ Housing Executive Director Eric Bonetti. "Our stewardship report is part of our commitment and accountability to open, transparent communication, and we are pleased to share the many ways in which we are working to build a better, stronger RPJ Housing."
Copies of the report are available online at www.rpjhousing.org.
About RPJ Housing
RPJ Housing was founded in 1978 by the Rev. Robert Pierre Johnson, a minister in the National Capital Presbytery who was committed to serving the community.
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, RPJ today continues its original mission of developing and preserving affordable housing for limited income individuals and families in the Northern Virginia area. RPJ Housing offers a continuum of affordable housing opportunities including:
- Multifamily rental housing.
- Transitional housing.
- Supportive housing.
- Group homes for persons with serious disabilities.
- Affordable home ownership.
RPJ Housing has built, renovated, and managed over 2,900 affordable housing units. This includes developing 635 housing units, of which 254 were done in partnership.
SOURCE RPJ Housing