Your voice is needed to advocate for affordable homeownership. This page has lots of good resources to support you in advocating for home, from home.
Virtual Advocacy Resources
1. Planning Your Meeting
A worksheet to help you organize a legislative meeting, what to say during the meeting, and helpful tips.
2. How to Tell Your Story
Fill out this worksheet to create the story you share with your legislators.
3. Social Media Guide
Find out how to engage with key decision makers over social media to multiply your impact.
4. Share with Your Legislators
Send this document to your legislators when you meet. It explains more about Habitat and our legislative asks.
5. Challenge Program 101
Our main legislative ask for Virtual Hill Day this year is to increase funding for the Challenge Program. Read our deep-dive blog all about the Challenge Program to understand why it's so critical to Habitat's work.
6. Lawmaker Meeting Survey
When you're done with your virtual advocacy, please be sure to take our lawmaker meeting survey. It helps us track where legislators stand on our agenda items, and provides feedback for Virtual Hill Day
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