MidPen Housing is one of California’s largest non-profit affordable housing developers. It is our mission to provide safe, affordable housing of high quality to those in need; to establish stability and opportunity in the lives of residents; and to foster diverse communities that allow people from all ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds to live in dignity, harmony and mutual respect.
Since 1970, MidPen has developed and professionally managed over 8,000 homes for low-income families, seniors and those with special needs. MidPen Resident Services Corp. also provides professional onsite programs and services to help our residents advance in every area of their lives.
To provide safe, affordable housing of high quality to those in need; establish stability and opportunity in the lives of residents; and foster diverse communities that allow people from all ethnic, social and economic backgrounds to live in dignity, harmony and mutual respect.
We provide accurate, timely information, manage our company resources responsibly, and conduct all aspects of our business honestly and fairly.
We work as a team that seeks out and honors diverse opinions, ideas and skill sets in order to achieve common goals. We understand that individual success is linked with our collective success.
We follow through on the commitments we make to one another, our partners, residents and our communities. We deliver specific, defined results and take responsibility for the consequences of our actions or inactions.
We treat our employees, residents, vendors, partners, investors and the community in which we work with dignity. We welcome social and intellectual diversity and we recognize and value the unique contributions made by our diverse stakeholders.
We set and strive to meet a high standard for quality, professionalism and competence. We create a work environment that inspires extraordinary work, recognizes results, and gives everyone a chance to make a difference and share in the organization's success.
Diversity is the range of human differences represented at MidPen – including various personal characteristics, races, cultural experiences, and points of view – that make MidPen who we are as an organization. Diversity illustrates all the wonderful ways in which we differ, and how those differences make MidPen stronger.
Equity is how we achieve fairness and inclusion by considering different needs based on both historical and current disadvantages. We strive to meet the needs of MidPenners and residents. Equity is different from equality. With equality, everybody gets the same thing. With equity, resources are allocated and distributed based on different needs.
Inclusion is action. Inclusion is our everyday behavior and organizational norms that intentionally honor, appreciate and leverage the uniqueness that we bring – as individuals and groups – to MidPen.
Belonging is what happens when each MidPenner feels that they matter and are accepted unconditionally for who they are. Belonging turns “otherness” into “togetherness”.
403(B) Retirement Plan
Life, AD&D and Disability Plans through Principal Financial
Cash Benefit in Lieu of Health Coverage
Employee Assistance Program through Magellan Healthcare
Travel Assistance Program through Principal Financial
Employee Referral BonusTuition Reimbursement
Drive for Excellence
We are a socially minded non-profit organization building the future of affordable housing with award-winning communities.
Change the World
We are making an impact by building affordable housing communities and changing lives.
Your Voice Matters
We invite collaboration from all levels of the organization.
You’ll grow daily as a MidPenner, whether you’re just out of college or well into your career.
The MidPen Resident Resiliency Fund
Our 20,000 residents include hardworking families, youth and seniors on fixed incomes. Due to COVID-19, thousands have lost jobs, lost income, and face social isolation. Children lack access to technology—both devices and connectivity—to engage in distance learning.
Your 100% tax-deductible donation will fund rapid-response micro-grants that put resources directly in the hands of resilient residents knowledgeable about their own economic needs and the best ways to address them. It will also provide technology equipment and access to help bridge the digital divide.