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The Greenville Housing Authority
09/10/2018

20 DAYS: We Are Counting Down to TGHA’s 80th Anniversary Celebration!

20 DAYS 
We’re counting down to TGHA’s 80th Anniversary Celebration

 

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SAVE THE DATE:

Thursday, September 27, 2018
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Clemson ONE (5th Floor)
1 North Main Street, Greenville SC 29607

We look forward to celebrating this historic milestone with you!

The event will showcase TGHA’s positive impact on the Greenville community, from its founding in 1938 to its present!

Reception: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm | Program: 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm 

Keynote Speaker: Adrianne Todman, President & CEO NAHRO 

RSVP: 

Register online at 80th Anniversary Celebration Ticket

Email or Call Renee Allspach at 864.467.3083 

More Info: tgha.net/80th

#TGHA80th

 

History Trivia

 

DID YOU KNOW?

Greenville Housing Authority, like many housing authorities throughout the state of South Carolina, was originally established to provide subsidized rental assistance only to residents of its respective city. In the late ’70s/early ’80s, these city-established housing authorities were granted approval by their respective County Council to expand its footprint to unincorporated and incorporated areas of the county where there had not been a housing authority established. This explains why the Housing Authority of the City of Greenville (aka TGHA) jurisdiction includes Greenville County with the exception of the city of Greer. The expansion afforded these city housing authorities an opportunity to provide rental assistance to families living in the county via HUD’s Section 8 Certificate program.

July 23, 1976 | Greenville County Council grants TGHA authority to provide federal rental subsidies to 200 low and middle income families in Greenville County.

Rent subs to aid families newspaper

April 21, 1981 | Greenville County Council grants TGHA territorial jurisdiction to operate conventional public housing programs in all areas contiguous to the City of Greenville, including unincorporated areas of Greenville County.

April 23, 1981 | Greenville County Council gave a green light to 23 units of public housing single family homes scattered outside city boundaries and throughout the county.

Council oks public housing newspaper

  #TGHA80thHistory

 

Sponsors

  

THANK YOU TO OUR 80TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION SPONSORS!

 

COLONIAL SPONSORS

(sponsoring TGHA’s 80th Anniversary Celebration Historical Photographical Timeline & Full Wall Fabric Displays) 

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 RANCH SPONSORS

 (sponsoring TGHA’s 80th Anniversary Celebration Historical Retractable Banner Displays)

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CRAFTSMAN SPONSORS

  (sponsoring TGHA’s 80th Anniversary Celebration Challenge Coins)

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 BUNGALOW SPONSORS

(sponsoring TGHA’s 80th Anniversary Celebration Memorabilia/Keepsake Programs)

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HOUSING SPONSORS

(sponsoring TGHA’s 80th Anniversary Celebration Hors d’oeurves)

EDTS

Greenville Branch of the NAACP

Homes of Hope

Rocky Creek Apartments

Schindler Elevator Corporation

Sunbelt Human Advancement Resources (SHARE)

Supply Works - A Home Depot Company

 

Sponsorship Opportunities are available for this historic event. Please consider placing your company in the forefront of support for TGHA and our mission of building communities of opportunity for the residents of Greenville. 80th Anniversary Event sponsorship applications are available at: tgha.net/80th

#TGHA80thSponsor


Board of Commissioners: Peter Byford, Chairman | Susan McLarty, Vice Chairman | Frettie “Diane” Keller | Jonathan “Jon” Good | Rakenya Lewers | Rachel Kepley | Kirsten Schoettelkotte

Executive Leadership Team:  Ivory N. Mathews, Executive Director | Beth Clark, Deputy Director of Operations | Wanda Gardner, Deputy Director of Development | Tonya Crawley, Deputy Director of Leased Housing


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Please visit our website at TGHA.net for more information about how Greenville Housing Authority is Building Communities of Opportunity in Greenville, South Carolina!

 

 

 

 

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