When we build and invest in quality homes for individuals and families, we create thriving communities. That’s why for the last 30 years, we have developed and financed environmentally, socially and economically responsible projects for low and moderate income people across northern New England.
Evernorth Connections launched in January 2016. The goal of the Connections program is to improve the lives of affordable housing residents through initiatives to address food security, broadband access, and community-building, among others. The Connections program places residents at the center of our decision making by engaging them in conversations and with surveys to hear directly from them about their challenges and successes. We share the information gathered with housing and social service partners to better tailor our services to the distinct needs of each community. Our goal is to work with partners to bring these services to residents across all of northern New England.
Evernorth has a long combined history of strengthening communities in ways that benefit low and moderate income people, other nonprofit organizations and the environment. Thank you to our many investors, supporters and our talented and committed colleagues from across the region!
The U.S. Treasury Department announced on Wednesday that Evernorth Rural Ventures, a subsidiary of Evernorth, was awarded a $60 million allocation of New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) to continue its successful economic development work in low-income areas.
Morrisville, VT – Lamoille Housing Partnership (LHP) and Evernorth are pleased to announce construction is underway on Village Center Apartments, 24 new energy-efficient affordable apartments for low and moderate income residents in the heart of downtown Morrisville.
White River Junction, VT – Wednesday morning brought together residents, funders, community members, local legislators and two affordable housing organizations to celebrate the completion of the second phase of Wentworth Community Housing, 17 mixed-income apartments in White River Junction and four new apartments located a few miles away in the Village of Wilder.