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Request for Proposal: Grants Accounting SystemSeptember 15, 2023
Virginia Supportive Housing (VSH) requests proposals to provide a Grants Accounting System that can seamlessly communicate and integrate with our current system of record, QuickBooks, until it is replaced with a full Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Preference will be given to systems that could be expanded into the final ERP solution.
This grants accounting system will enable the efficient management and tracking of all financial transactions for
our Local, State, and Federal grants, ensuring compliance, transparency, and financial accuracy.
Submit completed quotes as detailed in the below RFP via email to: [email protected].
Download the full RFP using the link below.
Request for Proposal: Furnish Cool Lane Office SpaceAugust 14, 2023
Virginia Supportive Housing (VSH) requests proposals to furnish the Cool Lane office space located at 1900 Cool Lane, Richmond VA. The purpose of this RFP is to solicit competitive bids from experienced furniture suppliers with office design expertise. The office space should foster an environment that supports a trauma-informed care culture and incorporates multifunctional workspaces.
View the floorplan for Cool Lane Commons here:
Read more about the Cool Lane Commons project here.
Download the full RFP using the link below.Read full article via VSH
VSH and BHC Halt Merger PlansSeptember 7, 2022
On September 7, the boards of directors Virginia Supportive Housing (VSH) and Better Housing Coalition (BHC) voted separately to dissolve a merger agreement they initiated in December 2021.
Vacant assisted living facility to become affordable housing in HenricoJune 6, 2022
Construction started this week on a $23 million project, Cool Lane Commons, that will create 86 units of affordable housing in eastern Henrico County, Virginia Supportive Housing announced.Read full article via Virginia Business
Henrico assisted living facility to become affordable housing, ‘Cool Lane Commons’June 3, 2022
A vacant building in the East End that was once the site of an assisted living facility and nursing home will soon be mixed-income housing.
Formerly Seven Hills Healthcare Center, the 90 thousand square-foot building on the 1900 block of Cool Lane is set to become Cool Lane Commons, an 86-unit affordable housing complex with on-site supportive services.
Virginia Supportive Housing, who is overseeing the project, calls Cool Lane Commons their “most innovative permanent supportive housing community to date.”Read full article via ABC8