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Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity invites all Minnesotans to become active partners in our mission to create, preserve, and promote homeownership and advance racial equity in housing. Action alerts from the Habitat Advocacy Team offer opportunities to amplify your voice through actions like signing a petition, emailing a policy maker, attending a public meeting, and participating in Habitat on the Hill.


Virtual Advocacy

Our Virtual Hill Day on April 30 was a big success! Now it's time to continue to advocate for affordable housing across the state. Take a look at our Virtual Advocacy Resource Center. That's where you'll find everything you need for successful virtual advocacy.

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Cost of Home

Twin Cities Habitat is proud to join Habitat organizations across the country in Cost of Home, a five-year national advocacy campaign. Together, we will improve home affordability for 10 million people in the U.S. in the next five years, making the cost of home something we can all afford. 

Read our blog Cost of Home blog series to learn more about this campaign:

You can join the Cost of Home campaign by signing our petition for affordable housing >

Advancing Racial Equity in Housing

Eliminating Minnesota's racial disparities in homeownership is a key component of our advocacy work. A good first step is to learn from history. Visit our Race & Housing Resource Center to get started.


Advocacy Updates

Why Preserving Homeownership is a Racial Justice Issue

Guest Blog by Mike Robertson  A Brush with Kindness Program Manager

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My Habitat Virtual Hill Day Experience

Guest Blog by Kevin White

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Advocacy Priority Deep Dive: Supporting the Challenge Program

Each year, Habitat supporters from across Minnesota come together to ask our state lawmakers to...

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