In this episode of Charlottesville Connected, Amy Cochran speaks with Kim Hyland, Executive Director of Fluvanna-Louisa Housing Foundation—a private NGO on a mission to help elderly, low-income, and disadvantaged residents of both Fluvanna and Louisa Counties with their housing needs.
“Empowerment is huge for us. It’s a terrific word for our organization and what we help people get by addressing their needs.” —Kim Hyland talking about Fluvanna-Louisa Housing Foundation’s dedication to improving people’s living conditions and their quality of life.
Tune in to hear more about the noble role of the Fluvanna-Louisa Housing Foundation.
- Fluvanna-Louisa Housing Foundation in a nutshell according to Kim Hyland
- Kim explains the interesting concept of recycled funds leveraged by her organization
- The community-based approach of Fluvanna-Louisa Housing Foundation – neighbors helping neighbors.
- Kim discusses the empowerment role of the Foundation and the different programs they run
- “How do people become aware that these programs exist?” – Amy Cochran
- Kim discusses the current and future plans of the organization with regard to funding
- Teaching younger generations and raising awareness
- Kim explains the similarities between Fluvanna-Louisa Housing Foundation and Habitat
- The 0% interest rate offered by Fluvanna-Louisa Housing Foundation
- Kim Hyland expounds on tax-deductible donations