RESULTS advocates for policies that increase access to affordable rental housing, support homeownership, and tackle the racial wealth divide in the U.S.

Housing & Home Ownership Resources

Monthly Action Sheets (U.S. Poverty)

August 2020: Congress must include housing assistance in COVID bill

Millions of Americans are facing eviction and homelessness in the middle of a pandemic. As Congress works to pass another COVID-19 response package, it is imperative that it includes emergency rental assistance and a national moratorium on evictions. Contact your Senate and House offices now and tell them to make sure the next COVID-19 bill protects renters. Generate local media to amplify your message. (Word version)

Webinar (U.S. and Global Poverty)

July 2020: Housing, Health, and COVID-19

Guest Speakers: Dr. Megan Sandel, Children’s HealthWatch; Dr. Jim Kim, former World Bank President

Join the webinar via Zoom on July 11 at 1 pm ET, or dial (669) 900-6833 or (929) 436-2866, meeting ID 994 444 828

Monthly Action Sheets (U.S. Poverty)

July 2020: Congress Must Protect Renters in next COVID-19 bill

Congress is  working to pass another COVID-19 response package in the next few weeks. Emergency rental assistance and a national moratorium on evictions must be in this bill. Talk directly to your senators and representatives, and their staff, telling them to protect renters in the next COVID-19 bill. Use media to amplify that message.  (Word version)

Monthly Action Sheets (U.S. Poverty)

May 2020: Use Media to Build Support for Housing and Nutrition Assistance

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced tens of millions of Americans out of work, making it more and more difficult to pay the rent and buy food. We must act now to prevent a terrible situation from getting worse. Use letters to the editor to demand Congress include emergency assistance for renters and increased nutrition assistance for families in the COVID-19 response. (Word version)

Lobbying Tools

RESULTS Affordable Housing Congressional Requests Spring 2020

Use this “leave behind” in your lobby meetings this spring to urge your members Congress to stand up for low-income Americans by including emergency rental assistance and nutrition assistance in the next round of COVID-19 legislation.

Monthly Action Sheets (U.S. Poverty)

April 2020: Urge Congress to Prioritize Housing and Hunger with Meetings and Media

As the health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak mount, Americans living near or below the poverty line are experiencing hardships no one should have to bear. With members on Congress on recess this month, use virtual lobby meetings and letters to the editor to remind them to prioritize housing and hunger in the next COVID-19 response bill. (Word version)

Lobbying Tools (U.S. Poverty)

Spring 2020 US Poverty Laser Talk: Emergency Rental Assistance and a Renters’ Credit

Use this laser talk to make the case for emergency rental assistance for millions of families struggling to keep a roof over their heads, a national moratorium on evictions, and for bold solutions to address our affordable housing crisis including a renters’ credit.

Webinar (U.S. and Global Poverty)

March 2020 National Webinar: Making a Renters’ Credit and Global Child Nutrition a Priority

Guest Speakers: Sarah Saadian, Vice President of Public Policy at the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC); Shawn Baker, Chief Nutritionist at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

Join the webinar via Zoom on March 7 at 1 pm ET, or dial (669) 900-6833 or (929) 436-2866, meeting ID 994 444 828

March 2020 Webinar Recording

March 2020 National Webinar Slides (PDF)

March 2020 National Webinar Slides (PPT)

Monthly Action Sheets (U.S. Poverty)

March 2020 U.S. Poverty Action: Engage New People In Advocacy (updated)

The COVID-19 outbreak will have a huge impact on low-income Americans trying to secure stable housing, which means our advocacy is crucial now more than ever. Use spring recess meetings and our April 4 webinar with Nicholas Kristof to invite new people in the advocacy to end poverty. (Word version)

A tax credit to help more families keep a roof over their heads

Paychecks aren’t keeping up with rents. That forces millions of people in the U.S. to choose between a place to live and their other basic needs. And for some, it means not having a place to live at all. A renters’ tax credit could help change this.

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