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Sign on today to show your support for maintaining the current funding level for the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program (20% of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund). 

The Endorsers List

Abode Communities

California Coalition for Rural Housing

California Bicycle Coalition

California Housing Consortium

California Housing Partnership Corporation 

California Institute for Rural Studies

California League of Conservation Voters 

California ReLeaf

Center for Neighborhood Technology

Center for Sustainable Neighborhoods

Coachella Valley Housing Coalition

CoHousing Solutions

Community Economics

Community Housing Works 

EAH Housing

East Bay Housing Organizations 

Enterprise Community Partners 

Fresno State OECD

FSY Architects, Inc.

Global Human Services, Inc.

Greenlining Institute

Habitat for Humanity Greater SF

Housing California

Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County

Innovative Housing Opportunities

Jamboree Housing


Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust

Many Mansions

Mayor Lisa Gauthier, City of East Palo Alto

Mayor Sam Liccardo, City of San Jose

Mayor Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland

Mayor Michael Tubbs, City of Stockton


National Housing Law Project

National Parks Conservation Association

Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California

Peoples' Self-Help Housing

Resources for Community Development

Sacramento Housing Alliance

Safe Routes to Schools National Partnership

San Diego Housing Federation

San Francisco Council of Community Housing Organizations

San Francisco Housing Development Corp

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

Self-Help Enterprises

Sierra Business Council

Silicon Valley at Home (SV@Home)

Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing (SCANPH)

Supervisor Jennifer Halferty, Mono County

TechEquity Collaborative

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC)

Thai Community Development Center


TURN - The Utility Reform Network

U.S. Vets Homeless Feeding N Housing Services

Venice Community Housing

Watts Labor Community Action Committee

What they're saying about the AHSC Program:

"AHSC requires green infrastructure in every awarded project. This is the first California grant program focused on development that has such a requirement. Trees and other green infrastructure are critical components for healthy living and improved quality of life." - California ReLeaf

"We have received two awards for developments in struggling neighborhoods that need both housing and infrastructure investments. [T]his holistic funding responds to grassroots immediate community needs."  - Community Housing Works

“AHSC has enabled our East Bay communities to help address two key concerns simultaneously-- the housing crisis and climate change. AHSC has begun to build bridges and awareness between the housing and transportation fields that benefit us both and create stronger communities.”

– Resources for Community Development 

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