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June 11, 1985 | MARILEE ENGE, Times Staff Writer
When downtown San Diego's biggest developer and James Rouse, the man known as the "Robin Hood of Real Estate," get together, it could mean major changes for some of the city's poor. Ernest Hahn, developer of Horton Plaza, has donated $1 million to the Enterprise Foundation, a nonprofit group that helps communities across the nation renovate decaying city neighborhoods and build affordable homes for the poor.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1999 | HUDSON SANGREE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a quiet side street in South Los Angeles on Tuesday, Victor and Hermila Archaga crossed the threshold of a home that they will finally be able to call their own. With their three young children, the Archagas, a low-income family, now live in an apartment building nearby. Moving into their new home--a neat yellow bungalow on Colden Avenue--will fulfill their long-held dream of owning a property in which they can feel safer and more secure.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1999 | HUDSON SANGREE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a quiet side street in South Los Angeles on Tuesday, Victor and Hermila Archaga crossed the threshold of a home that they will finally be able to call their own. With their three young children, the Archagas, a low-income family, now live in an apartment building nearby. Moving into their new home--a neat yellow bungalow on Colden Avenue--will fulfill their long-held dream of owning a property in which they can feel safer and more secure.
NEWS
December 26, 1985 | BEVERLY BEYETTE
View has revisited some of the people and places it reported on in the last several months. Among them: --Hollywood's Masquers Club, which because of declining funds sold its building and moved. --Jimmy and Ricky Sperry, blinded in an accident 11 years ago, who received cornea transplants in August. --Balu Natarajan, who triumphed over 167 other youngsters to win the National Spelling Bee in June.
NEWS
April 25, 1985 | DAVID JOHNSTON, Times Staff Writer
Like poverty, philanthropy is being feminized. Traditionally, white male graduates of elite Eastern schools ran nearly every grant-making foundation in the country that was big enough to have a paid staff. Overall they targeted less than 1% of their grants to organizations dedicated to serving women and girls, one study showed.
NEWS
December 26, 1985 | BEVERLY BEYETTE
View has revisited some of the people and places it reported on in the last several months. Among them: --Hollywood's Masquers Club, which because of declining funds sold its building and moved. --Jimmy and Ricky Sperry, blinded in an accident 11 years ago, who received cornea transplants in August. --Balu Natarajan, who triumphed over 167 other youngsters to win the National Spelling Bee in June.
BUSINESS
July 28, 1999 | MARLA DICKERSON and LEE ROMNEY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Rising real estate values have been a boon to many Southern California entrepreneurs, unless they happen to be in-home child-care providers struggling to pay soaring rents. A new public-private initiative aims to give a boost to these micro-enterprises by helping some local family day-care providers purchase their most important business asset--a home.
REAL ESTATE
October 10, 2004 | Diane Wedner
An environmental organization and a national affordable-housing provider have joined forces to build more than 8,500 environmentally friendly homes for low-income families across the country. The Green Communities Initiative is a five-year, $550-million commitment by the Enterprise Foundation/Enterprise Social Investment Corp. and Natural Resources Defense Council to build affordable rental and for-sale housing that conserves energy and natural resources.
NEWS
June 5, 1991
Former Gov. and Mrs. Edmund G. (Pat) Brown will be honored by Alternative Living for the Aging at its 10th annual achievement awards dinner at 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday in the Grand Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton. The organization's corporate award will go to the Enterprise Foundation, a nonprofit foundation that has assisted in the development of more than 14,000 new and rehabilitated housing units for lower-income families nationwide.
BUSINESS
November 10, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Companies, Executives Cited for Social Responsibility: Two companies and three individuals were honored by the Business Enterprise Foundation for creatively blending good business management and social responsibility. At a ceremony in New York, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton praised the recipients for their recognition that businesses today have "an expanded role in conveying values."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 11, 1985 | MARILEE ENGE, Times Staff Writer
When downtown San Diego's biggest developer and James Rouse, the man known as the "Robin Hood of Real Estate," get together, it could mean major changes for some of the city's poor. Ernest Hahn, developer of Horton Plaza, has donated $1 million to the Enterprise Foundation, a nonprofit group that helps communities across the nation renovate decaying city neighborhoods and build affordable homes for the poor.
NEWS
April 25, 1985 | DAVID JOHNSTON, Times Staff Writer
Like poverty, philanthropy is being feminized. Traditionally, white male graduates of elite Eastern schools ran nearly every grant-making foundation in the country that was big enough to have a paid staff. Overall they targeted less than 1% of their grants to organizations dedicated to serving women and girls, one study showed.
REAL ESTATE
October 23, 1994
LINC Housing Corp., a nonprofit affordable housing development group based in Irvine, has honored three business and community leaders for promoting affordable housing. John Fulford, a senior vice president with the Federal National Mortgage Assn. (Fannie Mae) was honored for his leadership in Fannie Mae's affordable housing initiative, which will benefit those with low and moderate incomes. Bruce Karatz, head of Kaufman & Broad Home Corp.
BUSINESS
June 8, 1999 | DARYL STRICKLAND, Daryl Strickland covers real estate for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-5670, and at daryl.strickland@latimes.com
Concerned over rising home costs, several public and private groups have formed the Orange County Affordable Home Ownership Alliance in an effort to increase the housing supply for working families. Housing costs have become employers' biggest barrier in recruiting and retaining employees in Orange County, according to a study released this year by the Orange County Housing and Community Development Department.
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