Advocacy

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We believe all Washington residents should have the opportunity to live in safe, healthy, affordable homes in thriving communities.

 

One of the ways we work towards that mission is to provide leadership that brings people and organizations together to have the greatest impact on policy.


State Legislative Advocacy >>

We advocate for public policy that supports our vision that all Washington residents have the opportunity to live in safe, healthy, affordable homes in thriving communities.


Bill and Budget Tracker >>

Follow housing and homelessness priority and support bills as they move through the legislature.


Federal Legislative Advocacy >>

Federal policy and budgets impact our work here at home, so we advocate for smart housing policy and investment at the federal level.


Board Advocacy Project >>

There are more than 5,000 community leaders on the boards of housing and homelessness organizations across the state. With support from and in partnership with the Campion Foundation, we are working to mobilize and engage those leaders in the struggle to end homelessness and ensure a safe, healthy, affordable home for everyone in Washington.


Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day >>

At Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day, your voice is heard on some of the most pressing issues of our time: housing affordability and an end to homelessness. Be a part of one of the largest annual lobby days at the Washington state capitol.


Be a Housing Voter >>

Our Voter Engagement Project seeks to support our member organizations and partners to empower every eligible housing resident and community member experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity, to register to vote and become a Housing Voter.


Emerging Advocates Program >>

We support and train people who have experienced homelessness or housing instability in advocating for positive policy change.


Resident Action Project >>

We are building a statewide network of people who are directly impacted by housing and homelessness issues who are leading the charge for social change.