Episcopal Housing Corporation (EHC) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1995 committed to strengthening neighborhoods through housing and community revitalization activities.
EHC develops safe, decent and affordable housing for families with very low incomes and those who have recently overcome homelessness or substance abuse addiction. We also work to develop facilities such as community centers that help strengthen entire communities. Our partnerships are with nonprofit service providers, faith-based organizations, and with other groups and agencies who share our goals.
What we do
EHC provides real estate development services to nonprofit organizations who share our mission to assist those most in need. Working with our nonprofit partners, EHC oversees and manages every aspect of the real estate development process. Our expertise includes securing project funding, selecting and coordinating the development team, and providing construction management.
Since our founding EHC has developed over 200 units of affordable housing, including multifamily rental, senior and special needs housing. We have also developed community facilities including the Pimlico Road Arts and Community Center in the Park Heights neighborhood and the Harris-Marcus Center in Sandtown-Winchester.
As a complement to our real estate development activities, EHC works in two Baltimore City neighborhoods, Collington Square and Remington. EHC has a long history of coordinating community building activities and working to strengthen these neighborhoods. Our work in these communities include clean-up and public gardening activities, art-based childrens programs including a summer arts camp partnered with MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art), and assistance for low-income homeowners.
EHC Mission Statement
The Episcopal Housing Corporation mission is to respond to God’s call to establish justice for those most in need by building affordable housing and creating the foundations for healthy and sustainable communities.
- Adopted May 2005