Atlanta’s Affordable Housing Preservation Challenge is sponsored by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation

JPMorgan Chase’s corporate responsibility efforts seek to advance inclusive economic opportunity through investments that develop a workforce for the 21st century, grow small businesses among the underserved, improve consumer financial health, and support strong, equitable neighborhood economies.

Read more about JPMorgan Chase’s Corporate Responsibility agenda.

The Preservation Challenge is organized by the following organizations:


Enterprise Community Partners

Enterprise works with partners nationwide to build opportunity. We create and advocate for affordable homes in thriving communities linked to good schools, jobs, transit and health care. We lend funds, finance development and manage and build affordable housing, while shaping new strategies, solutions and policy. Over more than 30 years, Enterprise has created nearly 358,000 homes, invested $23.4 billion and touched millions of lives.


Georgia Department of Community Affairs

The mission of the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) is to partner with communities to help create a climate of success for Georgia’s families and businesses.

DCA promotes and implements community and economic development, local government assistance, and safe and affordable housing. Using state and federal resources, DCA helps communities spur private job creation, implement planning, develop downtowns, generate affordable housing solutions and promote volunteerism. DCA also helps qualified low- and moderate- income Georgians buy homes, rent housing, and prevent foreclosure and homelessness.


Georgia Advancing Communities Together, Inc.

Georgia ACT’s mission is to build and support a statewide network of thriving member organizations and trained professionals engaged in housing and community development serving families with limited housing choices.