Enterprise’s mission is to create opportunity for low- and moderate-income people through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities. Within Enterprise are entities that lend funds, finance development and manage and build affordable housing. To date, Enterprise has invested $18.6 billion, helped create nearly 340,000 homes and touched millions of lives. SNCC was founded by Jamie Blosser, as a Green Initiative of Enterprise Community Partners. Several SNCC team members, including Jamie, Joseph Kunkel and Nathaniel Corum, are also recipients of the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship.
The Santo Domingo Tribal Housing Authority (SDTHA), is a non-profit developer that plans, designs, develops, and manages affordable housing for the community of Santo Domingo. The SDTHA was established in 1995 as a Tribally Designated Housing Entity (TDHE) to provide affordable, safe, culturally appropriate, sustainable and healthy housing to the tribe’s population. Since the housing authority’s inception, the organization has been able to devised systematic ways to be cost effective and sustainable in the project approach to development and rehab of affordable housing.
Santa Fe Art Institute (SFAI) is a cultural organization that seeks to address a critical question: how can SFAI cultivate creative practices (from fine art to design to urban planning and beyond), engage with diverse communities, and address the most pressing social issues of our time?
SFAI is a hub for creative engagement and social change. We facilitate our mission through four areas: a renowned residency program bringing together creative practitioners from all over the world, educational programming that includes the groundbreaking Design Workshop, public programs that celebrate local innovators and activists like SFAI140, and our social entrepreneurship incubator SFAI Works.