Homes for All Blog

Have you voted yet? Election Day is November 6th but early voting in Minnesota is already happening! This is an important election year and your voice matters, so make a plan to vote, talk to your friends about voting and help get others to the polls! Here’s a quick rundown of everything you need to know to vote in Minnesota.

Am I registered? Is it too late to register?

In Minnesota, you can register on Election Day, so if you...

Homes for All is moving towards adopting a two-year policy agenda for the 2019-2020 biennial legislative session. In order for Homes for All to remain able to amend the agenda, we need to adopt a bylaw amendment outlining how to add or remove policy and/or budgetary items as needed to the agenda. To adopt this amendment, we need your help! 

What does adopting a two-year agenda mean?

The Minnesota legislature operates in a two-year cycle called a biennium. The first year of...

The following blog was written by Pam Johnson, Policy and Advocacy Manager at Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, a Homes for All MN coalition member. It was originally posted here.

As Minnesotans educate ourselves about who to vote for on November 6 in the coming weeks, we just learned a lot more from the two top candidates running for the Lieutenant Governor seat at a well-attended September 12 Housing Forum in Duluth.  Candidates Donna Bergstrom (running with Jeff Johnson for Governor)...

Homes for All MN is hosting a Tweetchat to rally support for affordable housing during the fall election season — and we’d like to invite you to be a co-host and/or participate!

Don’t worry; it’s simple! A Tweetchat is just a specific time period during which we focus our conversation around a particular topic and hashtag to raise awareness and visibility. On Wednesday, September 5 from 11am-12pm, we’ll join forces, calling on advocates across the state to #Vote4HomesMN and urging...

Why is your organization a partner of Homes for All?

Lutheran Advocacy – Minnesota (LA-MN) is a ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and advocates for policies that promote justice in the areas of hunger, poverty and care for God's creation. Our mission is driven by Biblical themes of concern for the poor and marginalized, and by our belief, as noted in the ELCA’s social statement on economic life, that “poverty is a problem of the whole human...

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.