The Presidents FY 2008 Budget Proposal: Its Impact on Ending Homelessness

National Teleconference:

The President’s FY 2008 Budget Proposal: Its Impact on Ending Homelessness

Learn more about the Alliance’s 2007 Federal Advocacy Campaigns by joining the Annual National

Teleconference, “The President’s FY 2008 Budget Proposal: Its Impact on Ending Homelessness”.

When: Tuesday, February 6 at 2 PM ET.

How: RSVP by sending an email with your name, organization, city/state and phone number to the Alliance, You will receive a receipt with information on how to join the call.

The teleconference will provide

(1) an overview of the federal budget process,

(2) analysis of the President’s 2008 budget proposal and what it means for housing and homelessness programs and

(3) information on how you can be involved in the Alliance’s year-round advocacy efforts.

Why is this Important?

Each year on the first Monday in February the President releases a budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year which marks “Opening Day” for the Federal budget process. This budget proposal is the first step in the Congressional process of determining funding levels for ALL federal agencies including homelessness and housing programs.

The President’s budget proposal reflects the priorities of the current administration and is meant to guide Congress during the federal budget and appropriations debate for the year.

Advocacy Opportunities:The Alliance invites you to join the teleconference to learn how you can play a major role in influencing Congress to implement policies that prevent and end homelessness. For more information please contact Sarah Kahn at the Alliance at 202-942-8259.