Homes for All Blog

As part of the Homes for All MN legislative agenda setting process, the coalition hears policy proposals for consideration on the biennial legislative agenda. This process provides members and non-members an opportunity to participate in and influence the coalition’s policy agenda. The coalition will be returning to a one-year agenda for the 2021 legislative session, but will be implementing a tiered agenda. 

Process overview

  1. The policy team solicits and accepts policy proposals for amendment through applications. Click here to see...

It is time to vote for a new permanent H4A Co-Chair!

Each endorsing organization may vote once and must have been an endorsing organization of the 2019 Homes for All Agenda. Voting closes at midnight on September 30.

We are continuing to operate under the governing documents written in 2015/2016 that says: Homes for All will have two co-chairs, one representing solutions to homelessness organization, and one representing an affordable housing organization. Currently. Pastor Sue is serving as co-chair of the org representing solutions to...

No matter what part of Minnesota you’re from, having a safe, stable place to come home to is the foundation for our wellbeing. But Minnesota is facing a housing crisis that is making it harder for people -- many struggling to make ends meet -- find and afford a safe place of their own. It's time to take care of all of us; together we can ensure everyone, regardless of zip code, has a place to live our lives and...

It’s been four months since the Minnesota Legislature adjourned without passing a bonding bill. Lawmakers are about to convene their fourth special session. We can’t wait any longer. Demand legislative action on bonding! 

This September lawmakers are negotiating bonding targets, and it’s likely the state's last chance to prioritize housing before cold weather sets in. Shovel-ready projects providing life-saving housing to people without shelter are ready to break ground, but without a bonding bill, many of these projects will be scrapped....

The Advisory Board of the Homes for All coalition oversees the strategy, priorities and goals of the group. The Advisory Board works closely with the Coordinating Team to understand the ongoing work, focus, and effectiveness of the coalition and support the work of the Coordinating Team by:

  • Determining any strategic issue(s) the coalition will pursue
  • Reviewing the proposed legislative agenda of the coalition
  • Leveraging members' knowledge, relationships, expertise, and power

The Advisory Board meets at least six times...

Who We Are

Homes for All is a statewide coalition that advances shared policy initiatives that lead to housing stability for all Minnesotans. Homes for All supports statewide investment across Minnesota's Housing Continuum.