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Welcome

 

The Episcopal Housing Alliance (EHA) was created by the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles to develop community-based partnerships with public and private agencies to meet the increasing need for a wide-range of affordable housing for very low, low, moderate, and middle-income individuals and families.

 

Episcopal Economic Development was created by the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles in order to provide local communities with small business kitchen incubators and job training cafes that enable local residents including very low-, low-, and moderate income households to establish their own food-based enterprises and/or acquire the skills necessary to obtain employment within the food service industry.

 

Projects Include:


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The Episcopal Housing Alliance (EHA) is presently engaged in expanding its work with public and private partners to begin developing, owning, operating and managing affordable housing complexes to serve not only low and middle-income households, but also special needs populations.

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The Episcopal Housing Alliance (EHA) was created by the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles to develop community-based partnerships with public and private agencies to meet the increasing need for a wide-range of affordable housing for low and moderate-income individuals and families.

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Chefs Center is a nonprofit program that provides professional culinary business development services for entrepreneurs who want to start or expand a food-based business. Current entrepreneurs include food truck operators, farmers market vendors, legal street vendors, wholesalers who sell to retail markets, and others who want to start-up catering, restaurants, bakeries, and/or on-line businesses.

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