Help us protect affordable housing!

Rachel Zeitler | February 28, 2018

Earlier this month, the White House released the President's budget request for 2019, which details the Administration's vision for funding federal agencies. Similar to last year, the budget proposes elimination of every federal program that Habitat for Humanity uses to build safe, affordable homes in Wake County and across the county.

The budget release coincided with Habitat's annual legislative conference in Washington, D.C., where Habitat Wake joined hundreds of housing advocates from around the country.

We met with lawmakers on Capitol Hill and urged them to protect federal programs that support our work in Wake County.

Add your voice

We need your voice to help amplify the message! Please take action by urging your Senators and Representative to support funding for essential affordable housing programs.

Thank you!

Together, our voices make a difference. Thank you for joining the effort toward a world where everyone has an affordable place to call home.


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Rachel Zeitler

Rachel Zeitler joined Habitat Wake in 2016 as the Advocacy and Societal Impact Manager. Rachel is a strong advocate for affordable housing, and leads Habitat Wake's efforts to promote policies and systems that advance access to safe, affordable homeownership. Follow her on twitter @rlzeitler.

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