The Congressional Reception will now be on Wednesday, July 13th as the the House and Senate will be in session and we can focus on Stopping the Cuts.
As the weather turned cold this month, it is difficult to think of anyone living without a home on the streets, in the woods or in the shelter system.
Strong participation by low income residents in the high-stakes 2016 presidential election is essential to make affordable housing a priority.
NJCounts 2015 found 10,211 homeless men, women and children across the state of NJ. This showed a decrease of 1,645 persons (13.9%) from 2014.
NLIHC’s 2016 Policy Forum: Overcoming Housing Poverty, Achieving Housing Justice. The Forum will take place in Washington D.C. on April 3-5, 2016.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016, advocates from NJ concerned about the needs for affordable homes will travel to DC for a Congressional Reception.
On July 14, 2015, over 45 New Jersey advocates traveled to Washington, DC for a very successful NJ Hill Day 2015 focused on Homes for the Homeless.
NJ Hill Day will be held on Tuesday, July 14th from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Spend a day in Washington, DC to help end homelessness in New Jersey.
We hope that you will save the date and join Monarch Housing Associates in DC on July 14! Our advocacy success depends on your participation.
NJ Hill Day gives us the opportunity to push for our key priorities with Congress that can create homes people can afford and end homelessness.