Montgomery County-based nonprofit affordable housing developer MHP received the Community Development Network of Maryland (CDN) Impact Award. The award recognized MHP for having a significant impact on the communities and the lives it serves. Receiving the award, MHP President Robert A. Goldman, said MHP is committed to making a big impact on the Long Branch community. “Our efforts reflect the heart of our mission – housing people, empowering families, and strengthening communities,” he said.
MHP is a nonprofit dedicated to preserving and expanding access to quality affordable housing, with programs to enhance the quality of life of its residents, including children. Throughout Montgomery County and in locations in Prince George’s County and the District, the organization provides more than 2,800 affordable quality homes. MHP’s work in the Long Branch neighborhood of Silver Spring is deeply rooted in community development. It includes engaging residents and local businesses to build stronger neighborhoods by attracting more people to local businesses, especially small, multicultural businesses that reflect the culture of the community.