You’re invited to the Homes for All 2010 policy conference to affirm the belief that all Minnesotans deserve a safe, affordable place to call home; connect resources and stakeholders; and create sustainable communities. Homes for All 2010 features vision-setting keynote and plenary sessions, dynamic workshop sessions, and a special Governor’s Reception inviting the new Governor-elect to give his first major policy address.
Homes for All 2010 will:
- Mobilize housing and community leaders to influence the new Governor to pursue policies that will support a vibrant and diverse Minnesota where everyone can afford to live.
- Explore fundamental connections between housing and healthy lifestyles, school success, jobs and economic development, financial stability, transportation, and the environment.
- Demonstrate how Minnesota can learn and gain from new federal initiatives that integrate the activities of diverse agencies to more holistically create sustainable communities.
Homes for All 2010 builds on the success and momentum of the past two conventions, held in 2002 and 2006 respectively. By bringing together Minnesota’s business community, faith communities, government agencies, nonprofits, philanthropic community, elected officials, and concerned citizens, Minnesotans can take action on solutions that will achieve homes for all throughout the state.
Register online (get the Early-bird rate) and view a detailed conference agenda. Don’t delay—prices increase on Oct. 9. (Registration Fee: $50 on or before Oct. 8; $65 after) Please note: Limited scholarships are available. Click here for more information.
Homes for All 2010 is co-hosted by Minnesota Housing Partnership and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, and supported by a strong network of housing and community building organizations throughout Minnesota.