Who We Are
All people live with dignity in safe, healthy, and affordable homes within communities of opportunity
Through education, advocacy and leadership, HDC supports and inspires its members as they work collaboratively to meet the housing needs of limited-income people throughout King County
Through participation in the JUST evaluation program, HDC makes clear the organizational policies it values and has implemented.
As an advocate, broker, and convener of and for our members, the Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County has supported and inspired our 170+ member organizations for three decades.
Together, our members work collaboratively to meet the housing needs of people with limited incomes throughout the region.
Each night, 122,900 individuals, 19,700 of whom are children, go home to rental units and affordable homes created or preserved by HDC’s member-based network. Click Here to learn how HDC members are working to make an impact.
By bringing organizations, government agencies, and businesses together around shared values and a commitment to the community, HDC has also become nationally recognized as a leader in affordable housing advocacy. Each year, HDC’s staff, members and supporters stand up to advocate for affordable homes, equitable communities, and an end to homelessness. Click here, to hear from our Executive Director about the importance of cross-sector collaboration and systemic change.
Visit our policy page to learn more about our current work as advocates, and view our most recent advocacy actions and accomplishments.
As part of HDC’s work as a broker between sectors, HDC became the fiscal sponsor of Tech 4 Housing, a community of tech workers who believe that the tech boom can and should benefit every resident. Learn more about how Tech 4 Housing educates and empowers the tech community to engage with the affordable housing movement as housing advocates.