Cornerstone began in 1976 when 70 families and individuals from a local church decided to move into a blighted neighborhood to become neighbors to the neighborhoods families and act as a stabilizing influence in the area.
For the glory of God, we rebuild the West End community one block—and one life—at a time.
We do this for and with
* tenants, by providing supportive affordable rental housing with personalized management;
* neighbors, by collaborating with other organizations to be a catalyst for thriving communities;
* neighborhoods, by restoring and maintaining properties that could otherwise become blighted;
* volunteers, by providing opportunities for joyful service in grace and in truth.
Because Cornerstone takes its stewardship of financial resources seriously, we are committed to making our end of the year financial statements available for public viewing. All the resources that we have and are given are dedicated to accomplishing our mission. If you have specific questions about how funding is used or would like a copy of our bylaws regarding financial security, feel free to contact us directly.