Housing America is NAHRO's campaign that aims to raise national awareness of the need for and importance of safe, quality, affordable housing through education, advocacy, and empowerment.
- Education: The campaign educates the general public about government-funded housing and community development programs. This effort brings clarity and transparency to the programs NAHRO-member agencies administer.
- Advocacy: Celebrating Housing America Month, which occurs each October, is one way housing and community development program officials advocate for the affordable housing work they do.
- Empowerment: Housing America's signature program, the What Home Means to Me national poster contest and calendar, tells the stories of youth living in HUD-assisted housing and empowers them. The Voices for Housing video series also shares resident stories from around the United States.
To get involved in the campaign or to learn more visit the Housing America website.
Donate Books to Children
The Housing America Task Force asks that you give back by donating a book to our book drive. Book drop-off will be located at the Washington Conference registration area.
Housing America 10-Year Celebration Concert
To celebrate its tenth year, the Housing America Task Force will host a concert Monday, March 27, 2017 from 8-10 p.m. The concert will feature the alternative country band, The Honeycutters, and art from past “What Home Means to Me” calendar contest winners, which will be available for purchase.
Admission is $10 at the door (donations also accepted), with a cash bar. Proceeds will benefit the Housing America education, advocacy and empowerment initiatives such as Housing America Month, community service projects during the Summer and National Conferences, as well as the “What Home Means to Me” calendar contest winners.
Concert band: The Honeycutters
Housing America Task Force