–Chris Krehmeyer, Board President, National NeighborWorks Association
–Jackie Mayo, Executive Director, Knox Housing Partnership (Knoxville, TN)
–HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan
Winning Designs Announced for Future of Housing Competition
Line-Up of Judges Announced for the Re-defining Home Design Challenge
Calling All Architects and Designers! Create a Universal Design Home for Growing-in-Place
Architects and Designers Asked to Tackle America’s Future Housing Needs
Home Matters® Announces the Three Winners of its Re-defining Home: Design Challenge Competition
Regional Banks Aim for Hollywood Vibe in New Viral Videos
U.S. Bank and Home Matters Partner with Jesse Dylan’s Wondros for Video Series on the Importance of “Home”
Loyola University New Orleans Wins Top Prize in 2015 Bateman Case Study Competition
Home Matters® Announces Line-Up of Judges for Its Re-defining Home: Design Challenge Competition
Home Matters® Sparks National Conversation around the Importance of Home with Two Forward-thinking Initiatives
The MacArthur Foundation Awards Grant to Home Matters® to Elevate the Importance of Safe, Quality Affordable Housing to Thriving Families and Communities
April 2, 2103 – U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan talks about “Why Home Matters.”
Secretary Donovan’s entire speech at the launch of Home Matters is available here.
Enterprise created this video on the importance of Home.
Community Housing Partners created this video about Home Matters.
Community Frameworks made this video about Home Matters.
Local news channel covers a story about Pocatello NHS and new affordable homes in Pocatello, ID.
Chris Kreymeyer, Board President of the National NeighborWorks® Association, writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed St. Louis Dispatch
Jackie Mayo, Executive Director of Knox Housing Partnership in Knoxville, TN, discusses Home Matters.
Op-Ed Knoxville News Sentinel
Joe Swenson, CEO of Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. in Boise, writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed Idaho Statesman
Roy Nash, President and CEO of NeighborWorks Waco in Waco, TX, discusses Home Matters.
Op-Ed Waco Tribune-Herald
PRSSA Partners With Home Matters®, The Plank Center and Edelman for 2015 Bateman Case Study Competition
Mark Dahlquist, Executive Director of Pocatello Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed Idaho State Journal
Colin Kelley, CEO of NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Charles Rucks, ED of Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services, writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed The Springfield Republican
Ken Lyons, CEO of NeighborWorks Omaha, writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed The Daily Nonpariel
Valerie Iverson, ED of the Arizona Housing Alliance, writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed The Phoenix Business Journal
Dan Ellis, ED of the Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore, writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed The Baltimore Sun
Nate Coffman, ED of the Ohio CDC, writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed The Columbus Business First
Linda Chiarenza, ED of West Side and Black Rock-Riverside Neighborhood Housing Services, writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed The Buffalo News
Denise Keiser, ED of the Center for Financial Health in Lansing, MI, writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed The Lansing State Journal
Seila Mosquera, ED of NeighborWorks New Horizons writes about Home Matters.
Op-Ed The New Haven Register
Eldon Krugman, ED of Housing Resources of Western Colorado, writes about Home Matters.
Letter to the Editor The Daily Sentinel
The Memphis Commercial Appeal
The Arizona Republic
Memphis Daily News
Mississippi Business Journal
NNA And Coast-To-Coast Coalition Announce Launch of Home Matters™
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