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...
Join us virtually for our full group meeting on Thursday. Details below. This is a call-in only meeting, and the Zoom information has been updated below and on the website.
PLEASE NOTE: The Zoom link/call-in information is different for the 11/19 meeting. Find the information below.
Homes for All Full Group Meeting
When: Thursday, November 19, 2020
Where: Call-In Only
Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Join on Zoom:
Call-in Information: 312-626-6799
Meeting ID: 928 1312 0780
*If you are joining by...
As part of the Homes for All MN legislative agenda setting process, the coalition hears policy proposals for consideration on the 2022 legislative agenda. This process provides members and non-members an opportunity to participate in and influence the coalition’s policy agenda. The coalition will be returning to a one-year agenda for the 2022 legislative session.
It is time to vote for a new permanent H4A Co-Chair!
Each endorsing organization may vote once and must have been an endorsing organization of the 2019 Homes for All Agenda. Voting closes at midnight on September 30.
We are continuing to operate under the governing documents written in 2015/2016 that says: Homes for All will have two co-chairs, one representing solutions to homelessness organization, and one representing an affordable housing organization. Currently. Pastor Sue is serving as co-chair of the org representing solutions to...
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