Do the televised debates leave you feeling like you don't know much about how the candidates will address the housing crisis? And specifically what they will do to make it possible for homebuyers of color to buy a home in Boston? Sign up now for our forum on equitable homeownership on October 20th at 6PM. Hosted by MAHA and Madison Park Development Corporation and moderated by Leslie Reid and Symone Crawford, it will feature questions about how best to support first-time and first-generation homebuyers in our city.
We Are Hiring! Come join the senior management team at MAHA as Director of Homeownership Operations
MAHAis a non-profit community organization that is dedicated to increasing affordable homeownership, breaking down barriers for first-time and first-generation homebuyers, and closing the racial homeownership gap in Massachusetts.
Dorchester, MA - MAHA's Board of Directors announced today the appointment of Symone Crawford as its next executive director. Board President Esther Dupie said, "We are excited that Symone will be leading us into the future and building on the success MAHA has had over the years."
With goal of raising $100 million fund for STASH program, MAHA calls contribution a vote of confidence in the innovative program to stabilize BIPOC families and communities,and create generational wealth.
What would Councilor Campbell do to make homeownership more affordable if she's elected Mayor of Boston? Find out this Monday, June 28th at 7:15pm. Click to Register MAHA's questions focus on support for expansion of the ONE+Boston mortgage program, increasing linkage and other resources for more affordable homeownership opportunities, and support for STASH, our matched-savings program for first generation homebuyers.. These forums are open to all.
June 7, 2021 – MAHA today announced that the Dorchester-based nonprofit’s long-time executive director, Tom Callahan, is departing at the end of 2021, starting a leadership transition process over the next six months. Tom’s decision will conclude a highly impactful 34 years of service to MAHA, with the last 30 as Executive Director.
May 25, 2021 - Last summer after George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis, MAHA members, staff and board came together to draft a bold 12 point challenge to close the racial homeownership gap and called it our Homeownership Justice Vision. We formally released that plan in February 2021.