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Eller serves on the Policy Advisory Board of Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies, and is a trustee of the National Housing Endowment.
In 2006, the National Housing Endowment launched the HELP program as the cornerstone of its education effort, and is its signature grant program.
Arbor South Architecture Construction of Eugene received a $1,000 award from the National Housing Endowment, the philanthropic arm of the National Association of Home Builders, for its annual `Mission to Mexico.
Funded in part by a $75,000 contribution from the National Housing Endowment, NAHB's philanthropic arm, Make It Happen showcases the variety of careers that comprise residential construction--from construction management, interior design and marketing to mortgage banking, sales and the trades.
Retsinas currently chairs Habitat for Humanity International and serves on the Board of Trustees for the National Housing Endowment and Enterprise Community Partners, and is on the Board of Directors of the National Housing Conference among other associations.
Retsinas is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity International and serves on the Board of Trustees for the National Housing Endowment, Enterprise Community Partners and the National Housing Conference.
The Home Builders Association of Central New York was recently awarded the 2005 National Housing Endowment Home Builders Care Community Service Project of the Year Award at the International Builders' Show.
In January, Lexington Homes was honored by the National Association of Home Builders for its exceptional philanthropic contributions and was presented with the National Housing Endowment Builder Achievement Award for Outstanding Community Service.