About the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless
It takes different sectors working together to end homelessness. We support the entire continuum of housing solutions, from homelessness prevention and housing with supportive services to affordable housing development and homeownership.
For over 30 years, the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless (MCH) has generated public policies, community support, and local resources to end homelessness in Minnesota.
We bring communities together to advance solutions at the State Capitol. Together, with over 100 member organizations throughout the state, we create a better future for our community.
Why join the coalition?
Return on your investment. For our allied members, annual dues at MCH are a small investment with a huge return for communities and companies. In recent years, our coalition has secured nearly $200 million in state funds for affordable housing development and services for Minnesotans experiencing homelessness. MCH does not receive any of the funds we advocate for. Instead, they go to service providers, housing developers, contractors, architecture and design firms, property managers and others who create and maintain a full continuum of affordable housing options across Minnesota.
Expand your statewide professional network. MCH convenes the full spectrum of people, organizations, and companies who care about housing stability. Our annual two-day conference and Homeless Day on the Hill bring together over 1,000 people each year, including private companies, direct service providers, executives, policy makers, funders, and people experiencing homelessness.
Stand by your values. Allied members care about Minnesotans experiencing homelessness. They know that stable housing creates stronger neighborhoods, classrooms, and communities. Allied members stand with others for a cause they believe in.
- Discounted annual conference registration
- Visibility on MCH’s website and annual report
- Opportunity to submit speaking proposals
- Discounted Trainings
- Legislative Advocacy
- Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI)
- Myers Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI)
- Social Media Training
Become an allied member. Join today!
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