Together we are facing the undeniable effects of climate change, rising homelessness, and a moral reckoning with systemic racism. At the intersection of all these issues is a core question: How do we want to live together as neighbors?
We’ve made strides together this year, with both policy and project wins. One particular bright spot was the Lincoln Apartments development in Venice. After months of advocating through public comment, petitions, and letters, the LA City Council approved the critical permanent supportive housing project that will help youth transition out of homelessness with the services they need to thrive.
Let’s house more people.
We’ve established a plan to raise $30,000 by December to keep us going. It’s an ambitious goal, but the families crushed by our housing crisis deserve every cent of support.
That’s why we’re inviting you to join our Fall Membership Drive and reaffirm your commitment to Abundant Housing LA’s mission by making a donation to support our work.
Friend, can you donate today?
We’re building the movement to house LA. Join us.