MCH Member Organizations Awarded Funding for Affordable Housing Development
Congratulations to Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless member organizations that were awarded funding this month from the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency. Investments will help develop safe, stable, affordable housing for low-income households across the state: LSS: Center for Changing Lives, Duluth (20 Units) AEOA and Three Rivers Community Action: Ivy Manor Apartments, Virginia (41 rental units) […]
Legislative Wrap Up: $100 Million for Housing Passed!
In 2014, advocates and community members from across the state rallied to pass a record-breaking $100 million in bonds for housing at the State Capitol. On May 20, 2014, Governor Dayton signed the bill into law. This funding will be used to build and preserve over 5,000 units of affordable housing for homeless and low-income Minnesotans. […]
At the Capitol: Homes for All Bill Hearing
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Governor Dayton Proposes $50 Million for Housing
Governor Dayton released his bonding bill proposal this morning: he included $50 million for affordable housing. This is a record. We are thrilled to see this commitment from Governor Dayton and praise his effort. Here’s his contact information – please consider writing a quick thank you note. There’s more good news: Homes for All has a bill prepared to invest $100 million for […]