Every month at various communities, AOH sponsors a San Antonio Food Bank Mobile Pantry. On Friday January 11th, AOH and Food Bank volunteers served over 140 families 12,000 pounds of food and drinks at The Nob Hill Apartment Community.
Refugee families from around the world learning English as a second language.
After School Kids Club! A safe place for a healthy snack, homework and arts & crafts!
The Canlen West Kids Club is a great way for the children within the apartment community to interact with each other. They participate in activities that build relationships and strengthen values while developing communication.
The Kids participated in games, had lots of pizza and a chance to
cash in tickets for prizes, as we celebrated our 3rd Annual Holiday
Event. It was a great time spent with friends and neighbors.
Residents enjoy manny activities. They win door prizes such as cleaning products and every day house hold items. They enjoy pot lucks and the monthly birthday parties. All major holidays are celebrated as well. These activities bring the community together, friendships are created and residents have a wonderful reason to get out of their apartment.
Making Life More Fun
American Opportunity for Housing: Our Purpose
Deliver the highest quality workforce housing and personal social enrichment through social service programs to enhance the lives our community residents.
American Opportunity for Housing
American Opportunity for Housing (AOH) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit that focuses on developing and preserving affordable multifamily housing for working families, accumulating over 15,000 units of affordable multifamily through acquisition of existing properties and new construction.
AOH has broad and deep experience developing multifamily housing that is crucial to the economic vitality surrounding communities by using innovative yet sound debt financing mechanisms, including combination's of rated and non rated tax exempt or tax credit bond financing as well as conventional financing.
Why a Survey? Survey Purpose: To Remain accountable to low-income community residents and to the extent practiable, low-income beneficiaries with regard to decisions on the design, siting, development, and management of affordable housing.