Join Upcoming CHCDF Webinar on the FY22 Budget and the Outlook for Affordable Housing in FY23!

NLIHC and our partners at the Campaign for Housing and Community Development Funding (CHCDF) will host a webinar on April 21 at 3:00 pm ET focusing on the fiscal year (FY) 2022 budget and the outlook for affordable housing programs in FY23. The webinar will feature CHCDF members discussing the housing provisions in the recently enacted FY22 budget and providing information about opportunities for advocates to push for increased funding for affordable housing and community development programs in FY23. Register for the webinar at:

The FY22 budget provides vital HUD programs with $53.7 billion, a $4 billion increase over the previous fiscal year. Just two weeks after signing the spending bill into law, President Biden released his FY23 budget request, which proposes an additional $6.2 billion for HUD’s affordable housing and community development programs. Panelists at the webinar will discuss the implications of the FY22 budget, opportunities to increase funding for affordable housing and community development programs in FY23, and ideas about how advocates can make their voices heard.

Dara Baldwin, director of national policy at the Center for Disability Rights and a member of NLIHC’s Board of Directors, will moderate the event. Speakers will include:

  • Kim Johnson, National Low Income Housing Coalition
  • Sid Betancourt, National Low Income Housing Coalition
  • Sonya Acosta, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
  • Samantha Booth, Housing Assistance Council
  • Linda Couch, LeadingAge
  • Michael Santos, RESULTS
  • Jorge Soto, National Fair Housing Alliance
  • Alayna Waldrum, American Association of Service Coordinators
  • Vicki Watson, National Community Development Association
  • Ruth White, National Center for Housing and Child Welfare

Register for the webinar today! And sign your organization on to a letter supporting the highest level of funding for affordable housing, homelessness, and community development resources in FY23!