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Thank you for your support!
Congratulations to the 2012 SHA Honorees for making a difference in the lives of homeless and low-income people throughout the region.
Homeless Justice Award: Mark Merin & Cathleen Willams and Ron Blubaugh
Community Development Award: Rachel Iskow, Executive Director, Sacramento Mutual Housing Association
Community Partner Award: Chet Hewitt, President & CEO, Sierra Health Foundation
Change Makers Award - SHA supporters who have retired or moved for a new job:
Cindy Cavanaugh, Nancy Conk, Chris Glaudel, Greg Sparks and Mona Tawatao
Become a Member Today!
Dear SHA Supporter and Housing Justice Advocate,
An alliance is defined as a coalition or partnership that shares an agreement or pact.
As a member of Sacramento Housing Alliance, you join others that share the belief that everyone in our community has a right to quality, affordable housing and to live in vibrant neighborhoods connected to good jobs, transportation and healthy food.
Last year, your membership helped lift our advocacy voice in support of these shared values by:
- Fighting to preserve affordable housing programs throughout the region in cities like Folsom that have turned their backs on working families’ ability to live in the same community near work
- Launching the Boards & Commissions Leadership Institute to train a new, social equity minded generation of leaders in our community
- Partnering with local and state organizations to launch Wheels to Work, a mobile employment and transportation program for homeless and low-income people
- Providing leadership for policies that enhance equitable land use decisions and transportation access within the Sustainable Communities Initiative and Metropolitan Transportation Plan.
This year, we face even greater challenges to building truly affordable housing and energized communities. With the California Supreme Court’s recent decision to eliminate redevelopment agencies and with them the nearly $1 billion in funding for affordable housing statewide, our path ahead is daunting.
With your support we will face the difficult road ahead, stronger than ever and vigilant in our efforts to secure a permanent source of funding for affordable housing. Your support today is a commitment that we are united in our values.
Become a member of Sacramento Housing Alliance in 2013:
- If you value providing safe, decent, affordable and accessible housing for families, children, seniors and people with disabilities.
- If you believe that everyone should be able to live in healthy and safe neighborhoods.
- If you believe all children deserve a healthy start in life — that lasts throughout their lives.
Together we will:
- Fight for the creation of affordable and accessible homes
- Work to end and prevent homelessness
- Promote integrated land use, housing and transportation policies to build vibrant communities
- Advocate for equitable and just investments in low-income communities and communities of color
- Advance the idea that all communities should benefit from economic growth and prosperity.
Your membership is a tangible statement that you are prepared to take on the challenges ahead and be bold in the face of adversity.
You are placing your support in our shared values: homes, neighborhoods and a just and equitable future.
Together, we will be successful!