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Housing finanace reform

Join Habitat for Humanity in calling on our leaders to support reasonable reform of the U.S. housing finance system.

 
 
 
 

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AmeriCorps members rally before building house frames being shipped to Habitat D.C. metro affiliates.

Act now: Save National Service

Take action now and tell Congress to protect National Service, including programs like AmeriCorps, that are instrumental to Habitat for Humanity's work.

 
 
 

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Habitat for Humanity's HOME Investment Partnerships Program petition

Tell Congress: Don’t destroy HOME

Congress is threatening to end the HOME Investment Partnerships Program. Since the early 1990s, HOME funds have helped Habitat for Humanity affiliates reach the communities that need our help the most. Show your support for HOME today.

 

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Solid Ground

Be part of changing the world! Learn more about this innovative campaign for access to land for shelter.

 

 

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Habitat for Humanity's donated appraisals petition

Protect gifts that serve families

Help ensure that Habitat affiliates can continue to accept donated appraisals and serve the greatest number of families possible.

 

 

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Habitat for Humanity's access to credit petition

Homeownership for all income levels

Expanding homeownership opportunities for working families builds a stronger economy for everyone. Take action to make sure homeownership is an option for everyone who is ready to be a successful homeowner.

 

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Habitat for Humanity's Nepal petition

Make housing a priority in Nepal

Thank your lawmakers for supporting the people of Nepal and ask them to continue making shelter a top priority.

 

 

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Habitat for Humanity's energy efficiency petition

Energy efficiency means affordability

Encourage Congress to introduce weatherization initiatives, saving money and resources while supporting a healthy housing market for all.

 

 

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Habitat for Humanity's Habitat on the Hill 2016

Join us for Habitat on the Hill

Pictured from left to right: Habitat for Humanity International CEO Jonathan Reckford, Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro and Habitat for Humanity International Board Chair Renee Glover.

 

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