The Affordable Housing Alliance (AHA) launches New Website and Online Resources

[NEPTUNE, NJ]: The Affordable Housing Alliance (AHA), a community catalyst that provides housing and related relief to every NJ citizen who needs it for almost three decades, is proud to announce the launch of our new information portal and website,

“This new website now allows us to show how we have become one of the leading nonprofit agencies in New Jersey. It will help us better deliver on our mission to make New Jersey a better place for all to live and maintain our principles of hope, strength, and community,” says CEO and Founder Donna Blaze.

The re-design and re-development of the website included restructuring pages, reorganizing menus, and upgrading the look and feel to match the new brand identity, also developed by Red Bamboo Marketing (RBM).

“Our creative process focuses on team engagement from our clients,” said Jennifer Garcia, Co-Founder, and CEO of RBM. “Our team works with our clients, pulling together ideas from both sides so that the final deliverable is a success.”

With a clean new look, enriched content, and user-friendly navigation, the website now boasts future-facing functionality and design placing the Affordable Housing Alliance at the forefront of serving its community online.

About The Affordable Housing Alliance: The AHA, a full-service nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding affordable housing resources in New Jersey for 28 years, has a dedicated team of knowledgeable, compassionate difference makers who work every day to offer rental and home ownership help, mortgage and foreclosure counseling, utility assistance and homebuyer education, guiding people through every step of the process to achieve stability, progress, and peace of mind.

 The AHA Launches New Website

 The AHA Launches New Website

The Affordable Housing Alliance pursues a diverse and inclusive workforce. Applicants and employees shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, mental or physical disability, genetic information, creed, sexual orientation, nationality, income, gender (including pregnancy and gender expression) identity, color, marital status, veteran status, medical condition, ancestry, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law or ordinance.