End Homelessness and Housing Poverty

Policy_logo_2014Dear Friend,

Throughout our history, the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) has been a trusted voice with Members of Congress on the lack of affordable housing for the poorest people in our country – the root cause of homelessness and housing poverty in America. We have consistently advocated with Congress to enact legislation to protect and increase low income housing resources.

As a 501(c)(3) organization, NLIHC is constrained in the amount of direct and grassroots lobbying we can do. Since our early days in the 1970s, we have had both the 501(c)(3) and a 501(c)(4) advocacy organization, but from 1996 to 2014, National Low Income Housing Policy Center, the (c)(4), was inactive for lack of resources.

In 2014, we reactivated the Policy Center with an extremely generous $200,000 grant from the Oak Foundation and with contributions from individuals and organizations who wished to directly support our advocacy efforts. The Policy Center is a vital part of our mission, allowing us to be a leading voice for specific legislation that protects public housing, Housing Choice Vouchers, Project-Based Rental Housing Assistance, the National Housing Trust Fund, Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure and much more. (The National Low Income Housing Coalition and the Policy Center are both strictly nonpartisan, never engage in electoral politics and never endorse any candidates for political office.)

Please make a contribution today to the National Low Income Housing Coalition or the National Low Income Housing Policy Center.*

Help us end homelessness and housing poverty by ensuring there are sufficient affordable and decent homes for people with the lowest incomes in the United States.

Click Here to Donate Today! http://nlihc.org/donate

Thank you.
Yours in advocacy,

Sheila Crowley
President and CEO

*Contributions to the National Low Income Housing Coalition are tax-deductible. Contributions to the National Low Income Housing Policy Center are not.

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