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Spring Flats: The Redevelopment of the Former Hebrew Home and the Former Paul Roberson School

In Memory of Rev. Msgr. Ralph J. Kuehner, 1924 - 2017

Msgr. Ralph J. Kuehner Washingtonian of the Year

HAND Nonprofit Friend of the Year Award: Rev. Msgr. Ralph J. Kuehner

Victory Housing honors its founding father Msgr. Kuehner, with a day of service

Victory Housing Beginnings [video]

Cambridge Apartments Resident Wins HAND's 2018 Children Art Contest

Victory Crossing Dedicated

Victory Tower resident featured in new video for Capital One's Ready Set Bank digital banking pilot project

TD Charitable Foundation Supports Victory Haven Project

Cambridge Community Room Grand Re-Opening

Victory Tower Digital Banking Pilot Project Participants Graduate

Victory Housing, Inc. Wins Commitment to Excellence Award from Maryland DHCD

Victory Housing Team Selected to Redevelop Former Hebrew Home

Japanese Delegation Visits Victory Tower

Leila Finucane selected as President and Chief Executive Officer

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Victory Housing Update, Winter 2018

Victory Housing staff honor our founder with first annual "Kuehner Day of Service"

Victory Housing Update, Winter 2017

Victory Housing Update, Summer 2016

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Cambridge Apartments Resident Wins HAND's 2018 Children Art Contest

9-year-old Kayla Fotso, who resides at Cambridge Apartments in Takoma Park, was this year's winner of HAND's (Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers) Children's Art Contest. This year's theme was "Show Us Your Legacy." By winning, Kayla received a $250 cash prize and a surprise gift. Property management company Habitat America also received a $250 cash prize to support resident services. This was the first time a child in a Victory Housing community had won the art contest. The prizes were presented at HAND's 27th Annual Meeting on June 12th at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington.

Kayla Fotso (second from right, with her aunt Famatta Putu) is congratulated by Victory Housing senior vice president John Spencer (left) and Habitat America regional property manager Tonya Trotman (right) at the HAND Annual Meeting.


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