As this year is coming to an end, the Utah Housing Coalition is working to balance our budget to ensure our continued support and advocacy for affordable, decent housing for everyone in the state of Utah. Now more than ever, we need your help covering the costs of our advocacy in the community and our basic operating expenses.
You can help! Make a 100% tax-deductible donation to Utah Housing Coalition and show your support of affordable housing advocacy and outreach. Donations make excellent holiday gifts and there is no better time to demonstrate your commitment to community through charitable giving.
Do you have a hard to shop for loved one- the person who has everything? Give the gift of affordable housing. Don't need anything under the Christmas tree this year? Ask your friends to donate to Utah Housing Coalition in your honor. Trying to teach the children in your life the "true meaning of giving?" Help them make a donation to Utah Housing Coalition.
Donating is EASY! Visit our website or click the link above to donate online via Paypal, or you can send a check by mail with the donation form. For your convenience, the donation form is also available on our website, www.utahhousing.org. Thank you for ringing in the New Year with a commitment to affordable housing.
Tara Rollins & Barbara Stallone
The mission of the Utah Housing Coalition is to be the leader in housing issues and to promote the increase of accessible, affordable housing statewide. We achieve our mission through education, advocacy, and cooperative partnerships.
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