Lower Cape Community Housing Partnership

Building public support for affordable housing.

Our Impact


Municipal Officials trained on affordable housing issues and strategies


Citizens participated in our Advocacy Training Program


There's an affordable housing crisis on the Cape. Seasonal and vacation dynamics drive the housing market beyond the reach of many who live and work locally year-round. It's a community problem and we need a community solution.

The Lower Cape Community Housing Partnership is a comprehensive community-based strategy to build public support for affordable housing. We will equip low- to moderate-income residents, business & community leaders, municipal staff, and local elected & appointed officials with the knowledge and skills to support the creation of more affordable housing on Lower Cape Cod.

Our three-part strategy includes:

I) Lower Cape Housing Institute

II) Lower Cape Housing Advocacy Training

III) Public Education

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The Lower Cape Community Housing Partnership is generously funded by the following individuals and organizations:

Alison and John Ferring

Cape Cod 5

The Cape Cod Foundation, Worthington Campbell, Jr. Fund

Cape & Islands United Way

Mass Department of Housing and Community Development

Massachusetts Housing Partnership

And a thank you to the Towns of Brewster, Chatham, Eastham, Harwich, Orleans, Provincetown, Truro, and Wellfleet for committing Community Preservation Act Funds to support our Cape Housing Institute.

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