HOPE Partnership is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing
affordable workforce housing opportunities in Middlesex County and along the shoreline.
Established in 2003 with the support of the United Way to address the shortage of affordable workforce housing in our area, HOPE is focused on finding housing solutions for low-income people who suffer disproportionately from the housing crisis.
Our philosophy is to collaborate with town government, builders, and other private partners to build housing that is attractive, sustainable and appropriate to the surrounding neighborhood. It is these partnerships that form the dynamic that make this process successful.
Board of Directors
The HOPE Partnership Board of Directors is an active and working board.
With minimal staff, HOPE Partnership could not create positive impact in our region without the expertise and time commitment of dedicated Board members.
Since its inception, HOPE Partnership has attracted Board members and volunteers who represent a broad segment of the community with various skill sets. Past and present Board members have included engineers, architects, developers, business owners, human service providers, financial services professionals, attorneys and many others representing diverse perspectives.
President — Tony Lyons
Vice President — Pamela Days-Luketich
Secretary — Betsy Ballard
Treasurer — Cal Price
Our Advisory Council
President & CEO, Essex Savings Bank
William Pitt Sothebys Real Estate
Captain Stannard House, Westbrook
Cloutier & Cassella, LLC
Owner, The Monkey Farm
VP Community Development, Liberty Bank
Owner, 1st HOPE Home
Retired, Fortune Plastics
1st Selectman, Town of Old Saybrook
Real Estate Services of CT
President & CEO, Guilford Savings Bank
Co-owner, Lenny & Joe’s Fish Tale
President & CEO, The Essex Group
Middlesex Chamber of Commerce
Owner, Rachel Thomas Real Estate
Maria Foss Rand
Executive Director, Westbrook Youth & Family Services
The continued and generous support of Middlesex United Way makes it possible for HOPE to continue making strides in addressing the need for affordable housing in Middlesex County and on the shoreline.