NCHH grassroots advocacy network improves housing conditions U.S. neighborhoods
Columbia, MD (July 18, 2012) – Today, the National Center for Healthy Housing announced five new awardees of its Grassroots Advocacy Network for Healthy Housing (Advocacy Network) program.
The grants help community-based organizations (CBOs) address the problem of substandard housing and neighborhoods. “CBOs are at the epicenter of policy action and change. In just one year, the Advocacy Network has made major impact. We are honored to help seed these efforts,” said Rebecca Morley, Executive Director of NCHH.
The grants announced today will go to the following organizations:
Granite State Organizing Project – Manchester/Nashua, NH
People United for Sustainable Housing, Inc. (PUSH) – Buffalo, NY
Safer Pest Control Project – Chicago, IL
SRO Families United Collaborative – San Francisco, CA
Ohio Healthy Home Network – Columbus, OH