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The new GO infographic has been released

The 2014 Annual Report is here!

Partner Spotlight: Housing Authority of the City of Asheville


Gene Bell

165 South French Broad Avenue
Asheville, NC

In 1950, The Housing Authority of Asheville (HACA) was able to develop its first community known as Lee Walker Heights. Since the creation of Lee-Walker Heights, HACA has been able to create 1534 apartments within 10 different communities through-out Asheville. There are apartment options for singles and families, as well as the elderly.

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Building Skills Through Construction Trades


Pictured are BE students building tables for the dinning area at GO. For information regarding custom built furniture please email

Green Opportunities was once home to the GO Forward Program. GO Forward was 10-week job training and placement program that provided participants with free technical skills training, professional certifications and educational counseling. The trainings were geared toward members of the community facing employment barriers, including high school drop-outs, low-income, ex-offenders, the homeless and other individuals experiencing the effects of poverty.

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Join Us: February Guest Chef Series



Every Tuesday this month, we’re tapping some of the best minds in Asheville’s culinary scene to teach our Kitchen Ready students special techniques and help plan delicious meals for YOU! The Southside Community Kitchen in the Edington Center is honored to host some of the city’s top chefs committed to meaningful jobs and building capacity in public housing and other low-income communities.

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