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You can make a difference.
MINNESOTA NEEDS HOUSING INVESTMENTS NOW!
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Until every Minnesotan has a place to call home
ADVOCATING STATE LAWMAKERS FOR AFFORDABLE HOMES
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Engage with the coalition and make your voice heard
TOGETHER, WE CAN ACHIEVE
HOMES FOR ALL!
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Vision

Everyone has a safe and dignified home.

Mission

Homes for All is a statewide coalition to create policies and resources to prevent and end homelessness, and to ensure every Minnesotan has a dignified home.

Definition

Safe, decent, stable, and accessible homes that are affordable at 30% of household income or less, with services that meet their needs, in the community of their choice.
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"We need to pair investments in education with investments in housing to create a lasting and substantial impact. Teachers and schools will continue to do everything in our power to help all students succeed, but an increased investment in housing would help address the core issue for homeless students."

Ryan Strack

District Liaison for Homeless and Highly Mobile student in Minneapolis Public Schools

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"Duluth and other greater-Minnesota communities are well aware that ensuring that employees can live in decent homes within their budgets is key to our economic vitality. Meeting this challenge will take legislative support for Minnesota Housing, the governor’s Housing and Jobs Growth Initiative, as well as increased flexibility in tax increment financing."

Rick Ball

Executive Director of the Housing and Redevelopment Authority of Duluth

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“We see the need for, as well as the impact of, quality affordable housing across all communities in the state. It’s about more than shelter. Families are stabilized and children do better in school. Households can afford other basic needs like healthy food and health care."

Deidre Schmidt

President & CEO of CommonBond Communities

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"Homes for All's proposed $130 million in investment is key to the Mora community moving forward with solutions that will allow seniors to age in place. As lawmakers begin the process of crafting the state bonding bill, housing should be at the top of the list."

Rose Dunn

Mora Housing and Redevelopment Authority

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