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Habitat for Humanity International’s Annual Legislative Conference

Habitat on the Hill 2017: One Vision, Many Voices will take place on January 31 – February 2 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Habitat on the Hill is Habitat’s annual legislative conference, during which advocates for decent housing, including Habitat staff members, board members, homeowners, volunteers and youth from across the country, gather in Washington, D.C. They discuss Habitat’s legislative priorities, attend advocacy and policy-related workshops, and hold face-to-face meetings with lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

Registration for Habitat on the Hill 2017 will open in October. For more information or to inquire about sponsoring Habitat on the Hill 2017, email habitatonthehill@habitat.org.

Habitat on the Hill 2016: Framing the Future took place on February 2-4, 2016, at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. 

With the presidential election on the horizon, the theme of the 2016 conference, “Framing the Future,” captured our focus on the housing challenges ahead, the policy solutions to address them and equipping housing advocates with the tools to shape the future of housing.

Plenary speakers for Habitat on the Hill 2016 included Ron Fournier, senior political columnist and editorial director of National Journal, and Ronald Terwilliger, founder of the J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation, among others. On the final day of the conference, attendees focused on Solid Ground, Habitat’s global advocacy campaign on access to land for shelter.

 

 

For more information or to inquire about sponsoring Habitat on the Hill, email habitatonthehill@habitat.org.

Thank you to Duke Energy, FHLBanks and The Home Depot, Silver Sponsors of Habitat on the Hill 2016. See all of the Habitat on the Hill 2016 event sponsors.