The Vote For Homes coalition has released our issues and recommendations for the next mayor of Philadelphia. This document contains a wishlist for affordable housing, jobs, income, hunger, and services. The policy recommendations have been shared with all candidates for mayor.
Will the next Mayor work to end homelessness and poverty?
Join us at the Vote for Homes! Coalition Real Solutions for Hunger and Homelessness Mayoral Candidates Forum Thursday, May 7, 2015 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm Broad Street Ministry 315 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
Hosted by the nonpartisan Vote For Homes coalition. For more information visit www.voteforhomes.org or call 215-232-7272, x3061.
Join Vote for Homes in our ongoing effort to mobilize voters by learning about the process of voter registration and the voting rights of people who are low-income, homeless, living with disabilities, or formerly incarcerated. This training is ideal for staff, residents, program participants, and volunteers in your organization.
We will host four voter registration training sessions in preparation for the May 19th Primary Election. All trainings will be held at Project HOME, 1515 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia, 19130. The available training dates are as follows:
Over 750 people from across Pennsylvania signed a letter urging Governor-elect Tom Wolf to uphold his commitments in the Vote for Homes Voter's Guide for affordable housing, jobs, and services and to show leadership on these critical issues.
Please join the Vote for Homes! Coalition in thanking Pennsylvania Governor-Elect Tom Wolf for his commitments to housing, jobs, and services in our 2014 Voter’s Guide. (To see the Governor’s full responses to our Voter’s Guide questionnaire click here.)
We look forward to working together with Governor-Elect Wolf, his transition team, and his Administration in the fight to end homelessness!
Get ready for the Pennsylvania Election Day on Tuesday, November 4. Polls are open from 7 AM - 8 PM.
Vote for Homes! is a nonpartisan coalition mobilizing thousands of Philadelphians who are living on low incomes, including those who are homeless, formerly homeless, living with disabilities, or are formerly incarcerated.