Homes for All Blog

The 2020 legislative session is here! Homes for All is very excited to present our largest bonding request yet: $500 million in investments along Minnesota's housing continuum. We're going big so we can all go home!

To start the session off strong, Homes for All invites you to join us in a week of action starting Monday, Feburary 17th. Here's what's happening:

Monday, 2/17:

Watch the Homes for All Facebook page for a video from one of our co-chairs,...

Ensure that lawmakers in Minnesota's political parties make safe, affordable homes for all a priority by submitting a caucus resolution. Parties vote on submitted resolutions, and if a resolution is passed, the party considers it for incorporation into their legislative platform.

Submitting a resolution is simple, and it's a key step in advancing Homes for All's legislative agenda for 2020 and beyond, helping to ensure that all Minnesotans have a safe and affordable place to call home.

Here's how...

Join Homes for All to kick off the 2020 Minnesota State Legislative Session in a city near you! Kickoff events will take place in Moorhead, St. Peter, and the Twin Cities.

At each event, we'll rally around the importance of housing and home for ALL Minnesotans. We'll hear from folks who have experienced homelessness and housing insecurity. We'll learn about the affordable housing crisis in Minnesota. And we'll get fired up to ask our lawmakers to put housing front...

 

Advocates! We need you. Take action with us w/ a Twitterstorm on 11/20 from 12pm - 1pm. Find more details below. 

WHAT IS A TWITTERSTORM?

A Twitterstorm is simply a short period of time during which advocates join together to send a high volume of tweets on a specific topic. We will prepare tweets for you (found below) and you can copy and paste them throughout the hour, or schedule your tweets in advance. You can...

Cross-posted from Homes for All endorsing organization Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis

“Dorothy Day Place represents a new model for preventing and ending homelessness – integrating dignified emergency shelter, permanent homes and services in one place. The historic public-private partnership behind Dorothy Day Place should serve as inspiration for what can be done to address the housing crisis we face. This is not the end of something – it is just the beginning of a new way...

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.