AHC believes it takes more than bricks and mortar to build a successful future.

A community is all about people, and AHC is committed to supporting and strengthening the families and individuals who live in our apartments. Many of our residents face myriad challenges – economic, social, transportation, language difficulties – and struggle just to make ends meet.

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AHC’s award-winning Resident Services program is helping hundreds of residents better meet these challenges. Our updated, vibrant community centers have become hubs of activities with after-school programs, teen tutoring, workshops for seniors, and English language classes. These programs are making a real difference in the lives of more than 2,000 people.

You can help. Here’s how:

Volunteer to work with children or teens

AHC offers after-school programs for elementary children, tutoring for teens, and summer camp. We welcome volunteers for all of these programs. For more information, contact Cindy Rozón via email or call 703-486-0626 × 154. Learn more. 

Donate now

Donations go directly to programs serving children and families in our Resident Services program. Donate now. 

Donate materials to our education programs

If you prefer to donate specific items, our education programs often need extra supplies.  Items range from books and scrapbooks for literacy-building projects to jump ropes or other outdoor activities. For more information, please contact Cindy Rozón via email or 703-486-0626 ext. 154.

Take action

Affordable housing is an issue that needs your support throughout the year. As new initiatives develop or issues arise, we contact local governments to ask for their support. If you’d like to join our list of affordable housing supporters, please contact Catherine Bucknam via email or 703-486-0626 ext. 131.

We appreciate your help and generosity. Thank you!

What People Are Saying About Us

What People Are Saying About Us

Testimonial: Ed Delany

AHC is first and foremost professional and committed to what they do. They know how to get things done.”

Ed DelanySenior Vice President, Capital One

Testimonial: Barry W. Simmons

AHC’s housing-based program is very effective because the students participate in the community where they live. The program not only works for the students, but also becomes a trusted resource for families in the community.”

Barry W. Simmons, Sr.President, Project Discovery of Virginia and Assistant Provost for Special Projects, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University