Housing

The Catholic Diocese of Charlotte Housing Corporation (CDCHC) is an outreach of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charlotte, and since July of 2004 it has been a ministry funded by contributions made through the annual Diocesan Support Appeal.

Working together with regional advisory committees, groups of dedicated parishioners and clergy, community agencies and consultants, the CDCHC is engaged in the early stages of responding to housing needs within a 46-county area of western North Carolina.

Active steps are being completed to facilitate the development of housing for seniors and individuals with special needs.

Founded in 2001 by the Most Reverend William G. Curlin, third bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charlotte, the CDCHC was created for the purposes of: creating, maintaining, promoting and operating housing facilities and accompanying services for seniors, individuals and families with low incomes, and other vulnerable populations. CDCHC is working with other community agencies to provide housing services and programs which enrich and empower residents; promote their self-direction, personal dignity, and autonomy; and, contribute to the physical, psychological, social and spiritual well-being of the residents and the community-at-large in an environment that recognizes the inherent dignity and self-worth of every human being.

Become a Board Member

The Catholic Diocese of Charlotte Housing Corporation (“CDCHC”) is looking to fill openings on its Board of Directors. We are looking for expertise in the areas of lending, equity investing, legal, real estate development, accounting, or other related areas of real estate, as well as anyone who simply has a passion to serve in the Church’s housing ministry.

The Board of Directors fosters and guides CDCHC’s growth and development. As such, board members will be expected to advise the Executive Director in matters pertaining to their area of expertise, and to serve either a one-, two- or three-year term at the discretion of the Bishop and Vicar General. Moreover, a commitment must be made to attend at least three of the four annual meetings, which will be held during business hours in either Charlotte or Hickory.

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to AJCardenas@CharlotteDiocese.org by 5pm on Friday, January 13th explaining their interest in serving and why they believe their background and experience would be a good fit.

Curlin Commons was initiated in 2007 as an affordable senior apartment community to honor Bishop William G. Curlin the 3rd Bishop of the Charlotte Diocese who is now retired and served from 1994 to 2002.

The CDCHC was awarded a 3 million dollar grant from HUD in July 2010 to construct the GOOD SHEPHERD GARDENS senior apartments on the grounds adjoining the Sacred Heart Parish in Salisbury, NC.

The CDCHC received a second award from HUD of 2 million dollars in 2011 to build and operate a 13 unit apartment complex in the Steele Creek community on South Tryon in Charlotte.