We're putting down a welcome mat for an equitable future.
We believe that all 8 million of us in the Bay deserve a safe, affordable home where we can fulfill our dreams and be part of a thriving, diverse community. By uniting as neighbors, investing in solutions, and harnessing our resources, we can build a future for the Bay Area rooted in justice, community, and possibility.
Begins with Home is a movement of neighbors and advocates who believe that everyone deserves to have a roof over their head. When we work together, we can build a Bay Area where no one is pushed out and no one is left behind. Here’s how we can do it:
Build more affordable homes
Invest in the production of affordable homes for people with low incomes so we can keep the Bay Area vibrant and diverse.
Keep more homes affordable
Preserve existing affordable housing options so our neighbors can live in the communities we’ve always called home.
Stop homelessness before it happens
Prevent homelessness by keeping people in their homes. Building more affordable homes is the best long-term solution.
Keep renters in their homes
Protect our neighbors from the threat of eviction, displacement, and rents that rise faster than wages so they can stay in their homes and communities.
In service of a shared vision to create a Bay Area where everyone has a stable, affordable home, the Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH) and All Home are working in partnership with a diverse set of organizations from all over the Bay Area region to advance housing justice.
Campaign lead NPH is the proud voice of affordable housing across the Bay Area, advancing bold solutions for a more affordable, stable, thriving region and state, especially for people with low incomes and communities of color disproportionately impacted by the housing crisis.
Campaign co-lead All Home works across the Bay Area to advance solutions that disrupt the cycles of poverty and homelessness, redress racial disparities, and create more economic mobility opportunities for people with extremely low incomes.