On March 30, the campaign sent a letter to President Biden and HUD Secretary Fudge urging them to 1) expand rental assistance to every eligible household, 2) invest $70 billion to preserve public housing. and 3) provide $40 billion to build new homes through the national Housing Trust Fund. The letter was signed by 39 leading organizations from an array of sectors, including health, education, food security, civil rights, faith, homelessness, seniors, child well-being, environmental protection, municipal governance, gender equity, animal protection, and more. On March 31, the campaign sent the same letter to congressional leadership.

These vital housing programs most directly and effectively serve the lowest income renters with the greatest needs. All three will be essential to build on the temporary housing relief measures in the American Rescue Plan and support an equitable recovery.

Read the campaign’s letter to President Biden and HUD Secretary Fudge below:

OSAH Sign On Letter March 30 2021

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Read the campaign’s letter to Congressional Leadership below:

OSAH Congressional Sign On Letter March 31 2021 Congress

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