Category: Advocacy

How Your Community Can Apply for New ‘Mainstream’ Housing Vouchers from HUD

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently issued a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for $100 million in new “Mainstream” housing vouchers. These new vouchers are targeted for nonelderly people with disabilities, including those who are homeless or may become homeless. You can read more about the funding from HUD and the […]

A Mission that Matters: Why HUD Must Maintain Its Commitment to Fighting Discrimination

Last week, reports surfaced that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) was considering a change to the agency’s mission statement. Among the potential changes: removing existing language about building “communities free from discrimination,” and replacing it with a call for Americans to achieve “self-sufficiency.” There are no indications at this time that […]

Congress’s Latest Budget Deal Will Help Us End Homelessness—If We Fight for It

Early this morning, Congress ended a brief government shutdown and voted to finally support a budget deal. This means there is now a firm schedule for finishing work on federal spending. The two-year budget agreement increases caps on overall non-defense spending, and adds critical one-time investments for disaster recovery. The details include: $63 billion increase […]

What Do the Recent Tax Cuts Mean for Your Donation?

The tax cuts that went into effect this month have nonprofits and donors alike scrambling to learn more about how they might affect charitable giving. While these changes to the tax code could have a lasting impact on many charities, the Alliance is thankful for the support of many faithful, consistent donors. Nevertheless, it is […]

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