Action Alert: Sign On to National Letter Calling Congress to Action on Affordable Housing

Sign on to Make Room’s national letter calling Congress to action on affordable housing!

The conventions are over. Candidates for federal, state and local offices are out on the campaign trail.

Will affordable housing be on their agenda? Let’s join forces to make sure that it is.

We are calling all nonprofit, public and private sector partners to join Enterprise the 100 Days: 1 Million Messages affordable housing advocacy campaign led by Make Room. Sign on to the national letter calling Congress to action today.

As an advocate, you know that our nation is facing a housing affordability crisis of record proportions. Too many Americans can’t make rent today.

So today, and every day until Election Day, Make Room will unite advocacy organizations and individual activists to deliver one clear message to Congress: America’s struggling low-income households need your help.

Will you join us? We can’t achieve our ambitious goal of delivering 1 million messages without you!

Stay tuned for September 1, when Make Room will roll out a new platform allowing members to interact with members of Congress about housing and to see what actions they’ve taken.

For questions or suggestions, contact Angela Boyd, Make Room managing director, at 202.403.8011 or angela.

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