NPH Action Fund

 

 

Join us to pass important revenue measures and re-invest in affordable homes across the Bay Area. NPH is playing a leading role in bringing these measures to the ballot – but we won’t win without our members’ leadership. Learn more below about how you can

support the campaign and engage residents!

 

 

New Resident Engagement Materials!

 
NPH Get out the Vote posters and flyers that work for all counties can be found below and can be hung up at your buildings and offices! NPH will ship color printed flyers to Resident Services teams participating in our trainings and outreach at no charge. Please complete this ORDER FORM or call or email Armand at (415) 989-8160×35 / Armand@nonprofithousing.org to order. 

 

Get Out The Vote Poster Arabic

Get Out The Vote Poster Chinese

Get Out The Vote Poster English

Get Out The Vote Poster Korean

Get Out The Vote Poster Spanish

Get Out The Vote Poster Tagalog

Get Out The Vote Poster Vietnamese 

Vote Yes on Proposition 55 Flyers!

 
NPH Yes on Proposition 55 flyers are now available. Help spread the word on how our affordable homes and communities are made stronger by quality public schools. Prop 55 protects our students and public schools from returning to the days of massive budget cuts, educator layoffs, larger classes and tuition hikes. Learn more in English or Spanish!
 

Santa Clara County

 
Yes on A, the Homelessness and Housing Bond, invests in our most vulnerable communities to end homelessness and help everyone have a roof over their head. It’s a game changing $950 million investment in permanent supportive housing, homes for very low-income seniors, veterans, families and people with disabilities, as a well as working families and first-time homebuyers.

 

Connect on Social Media:     Facebook     Twitter   and   View the Yes on A Fact Sheet

 

You can help us win in November! Download the below NPH Action Fund Yes on A flyers in English, Chinese, Spanish and other languages and hand them out and hang them at your buildings and offices. Help us mobilize our resident communities to vote this fall!

 

Ballot question – MEASURE A: To provide affordable local housing for vulnerable populations including veterans, seniors, the disabled, low and moderate income individuals or families, foster youth, victims of abuse, the homeless and individuals suffering from mental health or substance abuse illnesses, which housing may include supportive mental health and substance abuse services, shall the County of Santa Clara issue up to $950 million in general obligation bonds to acquire or improve real property subject to independent citizen oversight and regular audits?

San Mateo County

 

Yes on K, supported by County leadership, housing advocates, business leaders and community organizations, will increase investment in affordable homes and quality services. If voters approve the 20-year extension of the half-cent sales tax, millions per year could be generated for affordable homes. Join San Mateo County residents, seniors, law enforcement, businesses, community leaders, affordable housing advocates and your neighbors in voting YES on Measure K to promote affordability and protect our unique quality of life with NO new taxes.

You can help us win in November! Download the below NPH Action Fund Yes on K flyers in English, Chinese, Spanish and other languages and hand them out and hang them at your buildings and offices. Help us mobilize our resident communities to vote this fall!

 

Ballot question – MEASURE K: To ensure San Mateo County quality of life by retaining/improving critical facilities/services, such as: providing affordable homes for seniors, people with disabilities, veterans, families, enhancing public transit, combatting human trafficking, addressing sea-level rise, maintaining safe schools and neighborhoods, high-quality pre-school and reading programs, park maintenance, and low-income healthcare, shall San Mateo County extend the half-cent sales tax, without increasing the rate, providing $85,000,000 annually for 20 years that the State cannot take away?

Alameda County

 

Yes on A1, the $580 million Affordable Housing Bond,  will fund development of new rental opportunities, first-time and second-chance homeownership, and an Innovation Fund to allow pre-qualification for funding and rapid response that protects existing affordability. Voting YES on Measure A1 will help ensure that all residents of Alameda County can afford to live, work, and stay here for generations to come. Help us bring more affordable housing to Alameda County!

Connect on Social Media:   Facebook

You can help us win in November! Download the below NPH Action Fund Yes on A1 flyers in English, Chinese, Spanish and other languages and hand them out and hang them at your buildings and offices. Help us mobilize our resident communities to vote this fall!

 

Ballot question – MEASURE A1: To provide affordable local housing and prevent displacement of vulnerable populations, including low and middle-income individuals and families, working households, veterans, seniors, and persons with disabilities; provide supportive housing for the homeless; and help low and moderate-income households purchase homes and stay in their communities; shall the County of Alameda issue $580 million in general obligation bonds to acquire or improve real property, subject to independent citizen oversight and regular audits?

Additional Materials for Resident Services Staff

 
  • NPH’s Plan on how Resident Services will win funds for affordable homes: View NPH Plan

 

 

 

  • The Secretary of State’s Guide to Voter Registration Drives is designed to help you understand your responsibilities and requirements when helping people register to vote. View the Guide

 

  • Voter Registration Card Statement of Distribution and the legal requirements for anyone issuing registration cards. View voter registration rules

 

  • LifeSTEPS has prepared an Instructor Guide on effective Newsletters, Training, and Ice Breakers to use in voter registration and education efforts. View the LifeSTEPS Guide

 

This page is paid for by:
The NPH Action Fund,
c/o The Advocacy Fund
P.O.Box 29903
San Francisco, CA 04129-0903