It's Time for DC to Restore the Commitment to Affordable Housing

December 1, 2011

In the last year, DC government cut $20 million from housing programs, ignoring the huge need for affordable housing in the city.  There are 47,500 District families who pay more than half of their income in rent, and over 6,500 people are homeless.

It’s time for D.C. to restore the commitment to affordable housing – we need the city to invest in housing for all residents.

Join us to rally for
Housing for All

Noon – 2:00 PM
Saturday, December 10, 2011
Martin Luther King Library
901 G St NW
Chinatown Metro

Lunch will be served. English to Spanish interpretation provided. Children welcome

CNHED launched the Continuum of Housing campaign out of a commitment to the idea that all District residents deserve decent, quality housing at a price they can afford.  The campaign calls on District officials in invest in the programs that meet that need and to achieve Housing for All. Join us December 10.

For more information, check out the rally flier in English and Spanish. To sign up to volunteer click here.

Contact Elizabeth Falcon – Campaign Organizer at CNHED: efalcon@cnhed.org, 202-745-0902 x 205

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