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Resident Event: Piglets and Waffles and Geese—Oh, My!

Victoria Scotti with piglet at farm animal petting zoo.

On a chilly Sunday in late January, our team gathered in Canton, Georgia, to host our first resident appreciation event of the year. As with all our resident appreciation events, we strive to demonstrate our gratitude for all the people who call our community “home.”

International Women’s Day CEO Spotlight: Alice Carr

An interview with Alice Carr, CEO of April Housing, on International Women's Day

The road to CEO is often a long one. What is one of the most important lessons you have learned as you have elevated your career? One: raise your hand. Two: roll up your sleeves. There is no task too small. Its not always the smartest person or most aggressive person in the room that […]

National Read Across America Day—Little Free Library

March 2 is officially National Read Across America Day, a day dedicated to encouraging children to read more books. At our properties across the country, we have a number of reading, tutoring and language programs hosted for residents. At a community in Fort Collins, Colorado, a retired teacher decided to start a Little Free Library […]

Showing Appreciation for Our Residents

By Ingrid Kim, Vice President at April Housing On September 27th, we hosted our fifth social impact event at a Seniors property in Woodbridge, VA. Like our previous events, we wanted to show our appreciation to the residents by serving them a delicious meal with lots of fun activities. Something new to me, was the […]

April Housing’s Anne Staudhammer Reflects on Resident-Centric Social Impact Events

Managing Director Anne Staudhammer Reflects on April Housing’s Resident-centric Social Impact Events It’s been a busy, and rewarding, first summer for us here at April Housing as we’ve gotten to spend time with our residents at a number of events organized with support from employee volunteers and partners. I’ve had the privilege of meeting so […]