Housing Partnership provides affordable and supportive housing
opportunities to low-income households. Every day we get numerous
calls from frantic and distressed people looking for an affordable
place to live so they can stabilize their lives and be safe. Where
would you turn if you were in the following real situations?
• A single mother with 5 children making only $960 a month. Mom
and children are bouncing from friend to friend. She is homeless
due to domestic violence. She needs a stable place for her children
in order to have a normal life. The father is in jail and she is
working part time. She has no place to go. Can we please help
• A young pregnant woman. She is living at her parents' house
and sleeping on the couch. The father of the child is staying at
his parents' house. There is no room where she is staying and she
needs a home in which to raise her child. She is currently 6 months
pregnant. Her parents want her out before she delivers the child.
Can we please help her?
• A single mom with a child. She just started a new job in
August, making $8.50 an hour ($1,473 a month). She gets up to $50 a
month for child support. She pays $950 a month in rent. Her lease
is up in December and she has nowhere to go. Can we please help
We can help, but we need your help. Your
donation will help us maintain the affordability of our units so we
can continue to help families like the ones above.
At the Housing Partnership, we pledge our
commitment to providing cost effective, quality rental housing. The
Housing Partnership believes that everyone, regardless of economic
status, deserves to be treated with respect and live with dignity
in affordable housing. The Housing Partnership's programs strive to
break the cycle of poverty by giving families the skills and
training needed to realize their potential and make a lasting
contribution to society. The Housing Partnership values its
relationships with other agencies and works jointly on resource
development and other collaborative opportunities that fit within
Statement of Fair Housing - the Housing Partnership
complies with the Federal Fair Housing Act and does not
discriminate on the basis of race/color, national origin, religion,
sex, sexual orientation, familial or marital status, disability,
lawful source of income or other protected class.
605 E. Hancock St.
Appleton, WI 54911
P: (920) 731-6644
F: (920) 731-7087
Mon - Thu: 8am - 4pm
Fri: 8am - noon
Housing Partnership is a United Way Sponsored Agency.