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Here's an update from Bill Tibbitts at Crossroads Urban Center regarding Affordable Housing Advocacy
Hunger & Homelessness Weekly Update
Produced by the Coalition of Religious Communities
Dear Mount Tabor,
On Friday I sent out an email about a campaign to convince Utah legislators to invest twenty percent of the $1.6 billion in discretionary funds coming to the state on housing and homelessness. On Saturday I got a video from the director of the Provo City Housing Authority explaining why he supports the campaign which has now been posted on the Crossroads Urban Center Facebook page and Twitter feed.
The money coming to Utah through the American Rescue Plan Act presents a historic opportunity to invest in the one proven solution to homelessness and housing instability-- safe, affordable, homes,
Please take five minutes to reach out to your individual legislators and tell them that you support the 20 Percent for Housing Campaign and hope they will support major investments in housing affordability during the special session on Wednesday.

Bill Tibbitts
Coalition of Religious Communities Director
Crossroads Urban Center
347 South 400 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(801)-364-7765 ex 107
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