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RHF provides housing and services to more than 21,500 older adults, low-income families, and persons with disabilities. The RHF logo symbolizes a program that has grown from the very modest beginnings of a $7,000 investment. With this investment, combined with the efforts of three United Church of Christ (UCC) visionaries, RHF has grown to be one of the largest organizations devoted to building and preserving affordable housing for the most vulnerable members of society. At RHF our mission reveals our goals, our vision offers a view of how we would like our world to be, and our philosophy and core values state the beliefs of our board of directors, local community boards, and national staff of 2,900.
RHF was founded in 1961 by two United Church of Christ clergy and a layman with a vision of providing quality housing and services for seniors. With $7,000, and that vision, they launched what has become one of the nation's largest non-profit providers of housing and services for older adults.
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