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Housing Trust Fund Project

The Housing Trust Fund Project is the nation’s only comprehensive resource for information and technical assistance related to housing trust funds, one of the leading vehicles for addressing critical housing needs in the United States.

The program supports nationwide efforts in vastly different political and economic climates, and assists individual organizations, as well as coalitions, to run multi-year campaigns to secure flexible funding for the preservation and development of affordable housing.

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Putting Families First: Good Jobs for All

This piece was originally published on TalkPoverty.org. On a December morning nearly 60 years ago, Rosa Parks refused to yield…

Our Pilgrimage for Immigrant Rights Remains Strong in the Face of Adversity

Photo via We Belong Together. There was a lot going on last month with the pope’s visit to DC. The…

MLK and the "Beloved Community"

On Friday, January 16th, Kica Matos, Director of Immigrant Rights and Racial Justice at the Center for Community Change, delivered…

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Building a Coalition

The popularity of housing trust funds is attributable in large part to their inherent flexibility. They can be designed to serve the most critical housing needs in each community, whatever those may be. Defining the key elements of your housing trust fund proposal is a critical first step ...

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