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Tiffany Nicolette Appointed Vice President of CHAI’s Aging in Community Division

February 6, 2019

It is with great pleasure CHAI announces the selection of Tiffany Nicolette as Vice President, Aging in Community, effective January 21, 2019. Tiffany has been working collaboratively with CHAI for 2 ½ years as the Director of Resident Services for Edgewood Management. In this capacity, she has been overseeing a team of 10 Resident Service Coordinators who... Read More

Good Neighbor Day 2018 was a great success!

November 11, 2018

On Sunday, November 11, CHAI and Jewish Volunteer Connection organized close to 130 volunteers who helped 18 Senior Home Repair clients get ready for winter and worked to clean our community streams and school grounds, collecting more than 230 pounds of trash! Our clean-ups were a fantastic demonstration of partnership and community in action! Thank... Read More

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Lisa K. Budlow Named New Chief Executive Officer at CHAI

November 7, 2018

The Board of Directors of CHAI: Comprehensive Housing Assistance, Inc., an agency of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, is pleased to announce the selection of Lisa K. Budlow as CHAI’s Chief Executive Officer. In this position, Budlow will oversee CHAI’s work strengthening neighborhoods in northwest Baltimore – including supervising CHAI’s homeownership, senior housing... Read More

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New Coalition Aims to Strengthen Pikesville Schools

February 19, 2018

By Melissa Apter, Originally Published in Jewish Times  How does a school, in an area saturated with choices both public and private, rise above persistent rumors and misconceptions? Pikesville Middle School advocates are hoping the answer lies with a new dynamic principal, a newly formed schools coalition and support from CHAI. CHAI decided to expand... Read More

Nine Reasons to Move to Northwest Baltimore

January 6, 2018

By Rachel Moses and Rachel Elliott Northwest Baltimore City is an exciting place to live and raise your family.  From baby to Bubbe, there are activities and amenities that will enrich your life. Here are nine reasons why you should live in Northwest Baltimore: 1. Safe. The close-knit community of residents, combined with strong Neighborhood Associations... Read More