You can make a powerful impact today! Elected officials listen to the priorities of the people they represent, so speak up! Ask Congress to support policies that help place families in safe, decent and affordable homes. With your voice, we can truly make poverty housing a thing of the past.

Recent Legislative Developments

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Habitat California’s Advocacy Day

Join Habitat California and affiliates throughout the state to meet newly elected members of the California State Assembly February 27-28, 2017 in Sacramento! Habitat California Advocacy Day participants will receive training and make important legislative visits to advocate for increased access to decent, affordable housing.

This year’s Advocacy Day is essential for shaping policies at the legislative level that will help build strength, stability and self-reliance for families and a better future for our state. To help affiliates with limited resources attend Advocacy Day, Habitat California is offering scholarship assistance.

Click HERE to view and complete the application.

To register, click HERE.

To reserve a room at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento Hotel, call (916) 443-1234 or click HERE

Upcoming Events

Habitat California Advocacy Day February 27-28, 2017. Please see above for more information.

Build Louder

Build Louder is Habitat for Humanity’s worldwide advocacy campaign focused on neighborhood revitalization, which includes housing trust funds, and secure tenure. There are more than 1.6 billion people worldwide who have desperate and complex shelter needs, Habitat for Humanity is committed to helping them live and remain in homes that are safe and affordable.

By partnering with families and advocates to promote responsible policies, we seek to strengthen communities and reduce poverty throughout the world, and most importantly, here in our backyards.

Get involved with your local affiliate to promote responsible housing policies today!

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