Homes for All Blog

Every other fall, Homes for All adopts a biennial legislative agenda after an intensive policy proposal review process. The coalition's recently adopted new bylaws allow for the legislative agenda to be amended in alternating years. The application for proposals to amend the legislative agenda is now live!

Follow this link to learn more, including how the amendment process works, the application process timeline, tips for submitting a proposal, and to access the application itself. You'll also find a list of frequently asked questions...

Say hello to Pastor Sue Koesterman, Homes for All's new Co-Chair!

Pastor Sue is a native of the Fargo/Moorhead area. She majored in Philosophy at MSUM in Moorhead and graduated with a Masters in Divinity from Luther Seminary in 2006. Pastor Sue served as pastor at Elim Lutheran Church in downtown Fargo for 10 years prior to accepting her current call as Chief Executive Officer at Churches United for the Homeless in Moorhead. While serving at Elim, she worked closely with others...

Homes for All, a statewide coalition that advances shared policy initiatives that lead to housing stability for all Minnesotans, is seeking a consultant(s) to assist in coalition building and governance for the coalition to achieve maximum impact. H4A is building on its success, and desires to grow its influence and power to leverage more state legislative investments and policy improvements in affordable housing and ending homelessness. H4A desires to strengthen its current coalition structure and governance, as well as increase...

The 2019 legislative session is over and Homes for All is celebrating some amazing wins! Because of your hard work this session, housing was a top tier priority and received a 10 percent increase in funding–more than any other state agency! Here are the rest of the final session outcomes:

Minnesota Housing Finance Agency (MHFA) Request

  • Challenge Program – A flexible tool used for the development and preservation of multi- and single-family housing statewide. Outcome: $5 million increase (one-time)

  • Homework Starts with Home – Supports...

Hi, advocates!

Because of your hard work this Legislative Session, housing was a top tier priority and received a 10 percent increase in funding — more than any other state agency!

THANK YOU!

We are very thankful for your partnership with this, AND you may have woken up to the news this morning that our advocacy is not done. With significant work left to do, the legislature will soon call a special session to wrap up key items, including a bonding bill and flexible funding...

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.