T.O.’s Many Mansions gets $5M grant to build veterans housing

This editorial originally appeared in Thousand Oaks Acorn, on July 6, 2017,
“T.O.’s Many Mansions gets $5M grant to build veterans housing”

Apartments will be in Oxnard

A Thousand Oaks-based nonprofit provider of affordable housing has received over $5 million from the state to build 40 apartments for homeless veterans.

Many Mansions is scheduled to complete the project in Oxnard by January.

Along with $5.6 million from the state Department of Housing and Community Development, the nonprofit received $800,000 from the city of Oxnard’s Housing Authority and another $210,000 from the county for the project.

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Many Mansions: Affordable Housing For Low-Income Residents

This editorial originally appeared in Our Ventura TV, on June 16, 2017,
“Many Mansions: Affordable Housing For Low-Income Residents”


Rick Schroeder speaks with Sandra Siepak about Many Mansions, which provides managed, service-enriched, affordable housing to low-income residents of Ventura County and its surrounding communities.

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Many Mansions, honored as Nonprofit of the Year

This editorial originally appeared in Ventura County Star, on July 4, 2017,
“Many Mansions, Conejo Schools Foundation honored as Nonprofit of the Year”

Two local nonprofits received California’s Nonprofit of the Year award during a ceremony in Sacramento last month.

Affordable housing developer Many Mansions and Conejo Schools Foundation, an education and social service organization, were among about 100 California nonprofits to be honored by state politicians. Leaders from both organizations were flown to Sacramento for a celebratory lunch and tour of the Senate floor. Additionally, all honored nonprofits received plaques to commemorate their ongoing service.

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Many Mansions Builds a Firm Foundation for Community

This editorial originally appeared in Conejo Valley Lifestyle, on June 23, 2017,
“Many Mansions Builds A Firm Foundation for Community”

In 1979, community members of Thousand Oaks came together in response to the housing crisis plaguing their neighbors, especially those who were becoming homeless or being forced to live in overcrowded, run-down, and crime-ridden housing.

These individuals represented a wide segment of Thousand Oaks, including the faith community, social services agencies, businesses, local government and concerned citizens.

Their initial efforts led to the establishment of Many Mansions in Ventura County, which owns and operates 500 units in 14 affordable housing complexes in Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley and Oxnard.

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