The Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing (ORFH) is a private, statewide nonprofit corporation celebrating 40 years of creating affordable housing in 2019. ORFH works with nonprofits and public housing authorities to develop and preserve housing for farmworkers and other rural residents of Washington State, such as seniors, homeless families with children, low-income people and homeless veterans. ORFH has developed nearly 2,000 housing units in rural Washington State and offers all the necessary services to obtain capital financing and assure the quality of housing construction and property management. ORFH is also a strong advocate for housing policy issues affecting rural residents. ORFH’s dedication to affordable housing and participation in policy and advocacy allow it to remain a leading advocate for rural affordable housing at the federal, state and local levels.