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Brothers Redevelopment’s Strategic Plan

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Strategic Plan


Brothers Redevelopment's Strategic Plan outlines our priorities for a new era of impact. We are eager to reinvigorate our path to meet the housing needs of community members who need us the most. Click through these slides to see the plan's priorities.

Priority #1
Priority #1

Grow a strong and stable presence across Colorado

- Respond to housing needs along the I-25 corridor.

- Work with state and local leaders to identify gaps in services across the state.

- Focus on housing challenges that Brothers is positioned to address.

Priority #2
Priority #2

Serving our neighbors through reliable and innovative programs

- Expand in the provision and development of affordable housing.
- Expand the number of units that Brothers Property Management oversees to maximize revenue and build out the department's capacity to facilitate growth and complexity in the portfolio.
- Identify opportunities for Brothers program expansion that will lend to enhance service provision and spur new opportunities for future funding/revenue.
- Continue to build and maintain capacity for strong stewardship.
- Help marginalized and excluded communities gain access to stable housing.

Priority #3
Priority #3

Broadening our funding base

- Focus on self-sustaining programs.
- Diversify our grants base and other funding sources.

Priority #4
Priority #4

Investing in and recognizing our team

- Increase unifying activities for our staff.
- As an organization, provide flexibility to accommodate varying employee needs in a changing workplace.
- Provide employees with a living wage and useful benefits.
- Commitment to inclusivity.

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Denver, CO 80214

Main Phone Number: 303-202-6340
CHC Phone Number: 844-926-6632
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