Homes for All Blog

On Thursday 01/21/21, we had an in-person vote to implement the H4A Advisory Board. As a reminder, the Advisory Board of the Homes for All coalition oversees the strategy, priorities, and goals of the group. The Advisory Board works closely with the Coordinating Team to understand the ongoing work, focus, and effectiveness of the coalition and support the work. We are opening the electronic voting process 1/25 to be open until 1/27.

Click here to vote today.

Thank you to all our Homes for All endorsing organizations, such as Greater Twin Cities United Way. We're sharing a blog from Greater Twin Cities United Way about our Homes for All virtual legislative kick-off event on January 8.


At Greater Twin Cities United Way, we believe that secure, stable housing is foundational to the health, safety and well-being of Minnesota families. That’s why we’re advocating for policies that promote housing stability and prevent homelessness at the Minnesota Capitol...

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it's never been more important to raise our voices in support of #HomesforAll Minnesotans. We're calling on all housing advocates across the state to join us on Friday, January 8 for a virtual rally to kick off the 2021 Legislative Session.  This is the perfect opportunity for you to learn about our legislative priorities, connect with other advocates, and get energized to make a difference.

Save the date and get registered, because you're invited! 

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We need your advocacy! Please keep reading and send an email to your lawmakers and Governor Walz. 

Please note: If you participated in our recent action alert for the $50M in housing assistance and $10M in the Emergency Services Program - Homes for All asks that you still complete this version as it includes individual lawmakers as well.

We need our lawmakers to invest in housing stability and our shelter systems to ensure Minnesotans can pay their housing expenses and have a safe place to...

We need your advoacy! Please keep reading to make a few phone calls and send an email.

Providing the right housing resources right now, we can ensure Minnesotans rebound from COVID19. Without Federal action, current funds expire this month. We need lawmakers to invest in housing stability and our shelter systems to ensure Minnesotans can pay their housing expenses and have a safe place to stay during our coldest months. 

Minnesota Housing continues to receive close to $700,000 in requests per day...

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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.