Heartland Housing Inc
Heartland Housing Inc
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About this organization
Heartland Housing Is A Community Housing Development Organization Which Facilitates The Development Of People Through The Preservation And Creation Of Affordable And Supportive Housing With The Priority Of Meeting The Needs Of Homeless Persons (Continued On Schedule O)
Heartland Housing, Inc. was created as a non-profit 501(c)(3) affordable housing developer in 1989. Since that time, we have developed 1,991 affordable housing units in the City of Chicago, Madison Wisconsin, and parts of Milwaukee. Heartland currently owns 1,913 units, manages 89.7% of its portfolio, and manages 219 units in two buildings owned by a private party. The projects cater to various different types of participants such as low income, homeless, and seniors. In addition, some of the projects provide supportive services to our residents to help them overcome barriers to housing stability and achieve greater economic independence as well as assist them in finding work. The long term goal of the company is to facilitate the development of people through the preservation and creation of affordable and supporting housing with a priority in meeting the needs of homeless persons and families, very low income individuals, and persons with chronic disabilities.
Interesting data from their 2017 990 filing
The purpose of the non-profit is outlined in the filing as “Heartland housing is a community housing development organization which facilitates the development of people through the preservation and creation of affordable and supportive housing with the priority of meeting the needs of homeless persons and families, very low income individuals and persons with chronic disabilities.”.
When discussing its operations, they were defined as: “Heartland housing is a community housing development organization which facilitates the development of people through the preservation and creation of affordable and supportive housing with the priority of meeting the needs of homeless persons and families, very low income individuals and persons with chronic disabilities.”.
- The state where the non-profit operates has been legally reported as IL.
- The filing indicates that the non-profit's address in 2017 is located at 208 South LaSalle Street No 1300, Chicago, IL, 60604.
- The non-profit has reported 87 employees on their form as of 2017.
- Is not a private foundation.
- Expenses are greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue is greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue less expenses is $8,556,866.
- The organization has 14 independent voting members.
- The organization was formed in 1989.
- The organization pays $3,109,477 in salary, compensation, and benefits to its employees.
- The organization pays $0 in fundraising expenses.
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