Opening

the door

to home.

 
The Housing crisis has come home. 
In northern Arizona, our high housing costs are having an impact on families and individuals as the cost of housing far exceeds what low- and moderate-income households can afford. Median home price for a single-family home in Flagstaff was $435,000 in 2019. Average rental rates have consistently gone up over the past five years. Now, an average 2-bedroom apartments costs nearly $1,500/mo. The creation of decent, affordable housing is a community-wide issue and we all are part of the solution. We believe everyone deserves to have a place to call home.
How you can help.
By creating affordable housing opportunities, your donation to the Northern Arizona Housing Fund will support local nonprofit housing organizations and can help low-income families, our local workforce and individuals experiencing homelessness to secure decent and affordable housing, supporting economic development and social justice goals for our community.
Buyers and Sellers in Coconino County can conveniently support the Northern Arizona Housing Fund by making a donation when they buy or sell their home(s). The donation can be collected at closing and could be eligible for a match. Ask your title company, Realtor or lender if they are participating in the program and how you can help!
Make a donation.
Make a difference and help families come home. You can donate securely online to the Northern Arizona Housing Fund, held at the Arizona Community Foundation, through the link below. Gifts to the Northern Arizona Housing Fund are tax deductible, subject to individual limitations.
 
The issues we face.
By creating affordable housing opportunities, your donation – amplified by our dollar-for-dollar match – can help low-income families, our local workforce and individuals experiencing homelessness to secure decent and affordable housing, supporting economic development and social justice goals for our community.
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Flagstaff’s housing costs are 36% above the national average, beyond the reach of working families in our community.
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Median price of a single family Flagstaff home in 2019. Average rental rate for a 2-bedroom apartment in Flagstaff in 2019 was $1,494/mo.
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Number of hours a minimum wage worker must work each week to afford a basic one-bedroom apartment in Flagstaff. 
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Percentage of households in Flagstaff that are cost burdened and paying more than 30% of their incomes for housing.
 

Together, we can put homes within reach for those in need in our community.