Carson City, Nev. – In October, Carson City Toyota General Manager Jeff Campagni presented Richards Crossing with a $1,500 donation. Richards Crossing is a Nevada Rural Housing affordable housing property that opened in 2016, providing safe housing for the homeless, displaced veterans and very low-income families. The family-owned dealership has provided multiple donations to Richards Crossing throughout the years, helping residents to thrive through the services and amenities available.
Specifically, the $1,500 donation from Campagni management helps the property deliver support services and essential items such as pantry items, personal hygiene products, clothes and household pantry supplies. Residents have access to computers in the Business Center, a library with books donated by the community and a large community room with a kitchen. In the community room, residents gather during holidays for parties and classes donated by volunteers. Many residents of Richards Crossing live with their service/companion animals that enjoy the onsite dog park and are provided with donated pet food and supplies.
Specific units of Richards Crossing are reserved for chronically homeless veterans and receive rental assistance from the U.S. Veterans Administration. In addition to providing shelter, the facility provides on-site referrals to local service organizations to help tenants maintain housing and move towards self-sufficiency.
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About the Nevada Rural Housing Authority
Nevada Rural Housing Authority’s mission is to promote, provide and finance affordable housing opportunities for all rural Nevadans. NRHA does this through homeownership programs, rental services, community development initiatives and an exclusive Weatherization program. The Authority serves Nevada’s 15 rural counties and the rural portions of Clark and Washoe Counties – a coverage area of 110,000 square miles and home to more than 1.3 million Nevadans. For more information, visit www.NVRural.org.