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The #H4Arally is almost here! Are you ready? Here are three easy things you can do to prepare!

1) Join our Twitterstorm this Thursday, May 2 from 12-1pm!

Please help us invite others to the rally by joining a Twitterstorm this Thursday from 12-1pm. In addition to ensuring we pack the Capitol Rotunda, it’s an important opportunity to bring attention to the need for investments in homes and Tweet directly to lawmakers. Learn how you can participate! Previous Homes for All...

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 also create your own tweets and use the hashtags below to keep us together. Please retweet and favorite tweets as they are sent out!

 

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Join Homes for All on Monday, May 6 at 2pm at the State Capitol Rotunda to show legislators we are united in our belief that every Minnesotan should have a safe, affordable place to call home.

This is our last chance to make a big impact on legislators, and there is strength in numbers. We need you and your neighbors, colleagues, family, and friends to join us so we can pack the Capitol rotunda and urge legislators to take action...

Homes for All endorser Avivo, in partnership with Red Lake Nation, recently announced that it has housed 103 individuals from the Wall of Forgotten Natives Minneapolis homeless encampment/Navigation Center in less than six months. Joining forces with the ambitious goal of housing 100 people in less than six months, Avivo and Red Lake surpassed their goal in less time than they had anticipated. This is a phenomenal achievement!

Red Lake and Avivo teamed up in November 2018 when Red Lake’s...

Governor Walz’s recent budget highlights housing as a critical issue facing Minnesota, calling for investments across the housing continuum from homelessness to homeownership. We commend the Governor for giving the housing crisis the increased attention it demands, but we know that we must do more to meet the housing needs of students, families, employers, and communities across Minnesota.

State investments must include supportive services that allow Minnesotans to achieve and maintain safe, stable housing because home impacts everything. It is where workers...

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.