Courtyard Connections: Celebrate With TFHC In The Courtyard Of Justice

. October 1, 2016.
Fair-Housing

For 41 years, the Toledo Fair Housing Center (TFHC) has been dedicated to eliminating discrimination while ensuring equal opportunities for everyone seeking a home. Now, TFHC’s office has a newly reopened courtyard in the heart of downtown Toledo. The courtyard is in a highly visible and frequently passed through area, allowing the attractive, usable green space to be open for everyone. Celebrate this opening during a breakfast in the Courtyard of Justice and mingle with other neighbors who care about equal, accessible housing  for all Toledoans.

8-9am | Thursday | October 6 The Fair Housing Center Courtyard of Justice | 432 N. Superior St Please RSVP to Rob Robinson at robrobinson@toledofhc.org or 419-243-6163 x 112

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