Register for NLIHC, The Alliance, and CBPP Webinar on FY25 Federal Appropriations on May 21

NLIHC, the National Alliance to End Homelessness (The Alliance), and the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) invite advocates nationwide to register for the second webinar in our series on advancing solutions to the homelessness crisis. The webinar, “Using the FY25 Appropriations Process to Fund Solutions to Homelessness,” will take place on Tuesday, May 21, from 2 to 3 pm ET and will address the fiscal year (FY) 2025 federal appropriations process and how advocates can engage their members of Congress on the need for robust funding for affordable housing and homelessness programs. The webinar will feature Sonya Acosta from CBPP, Kim Johnson from NLIHC, and Steve Berg from The Alliance.

Several weeks ago, HUD Acting Secretary Adrianne Todman testified before both the House and Senate Appropriations Subcommittees on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (THUD) regarding President Biden’s FY25 HUD budget request. On the webinar, panelists will discuss the president’s budget, where we currently are in the appropriations process, and opportunities for advocates to get engaged and make an impact.

Last year, more than 13,400 people participated in our monthly Homelessness and Housing First webinar series. Given the tremendous interest among stakeholders and the worsening homelessness and affordable housing crises, we decided to continue and expand the series to focus on the solutions to homelessness. On the webinars, we will share more about proven strategies to successfully end homelessness, best practices for state and local advocacy, and actions advocates can take to advance solutions.

Homelessness demands urgent action from all levels of government. We know what works to end homelessness: providing individuals with stable, accessible affordable housing and voluntary supportive services. We hope you will join us in building the political will and congressional support necessary to do so!

Please note that this webinar is not a training, and webinar attendees will not receive a certificate of completion.

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