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Affordable Rent is Also Affordable Housing By Rose Kilgore, UWBA Ambassador “I found myself having to use financial aid money solely for rent, cutting back…Read More from the article "Perspective: Rose"
Navigating the Bay Area Housing Labyrinth By Sharryl Carter, UWBA Ambassador “Sometimes I feel I’m navigating a labyrinth, where every time I think I’m getting…Read More from the article "Perspective: Sharryl"
What We Talk About When We Talk About Housing By Russell Brautigam, UWBA Ambassador “Despite my progress, finding affordable housing in the Bay Area was…Read More from the article "Perspective: Russell"
3 minute read What It Means in The Current Bay Area Housing Market The housing market is changing. If you reside in the Bay Area…Read More from the article "So… What is Rental Relief Anyway?"
Our CEO Kevin Zwick was featured in The New York Times recent article,” Lords of Silicon Valley, Say No to NIMBY.” “Open your hearts…Read More from the article "IN THE NEWS: New York Times August 26, 2022"
Why It Remains Crucial in a Post Pandemic World By Laura Escobar An unexpected medical crisis, reduced hours or a lay-off at work, an unusually…Read More from the article "EAN: Access to Basic Needs Support"
UWBA’s Push for Economic Success, Housing, and 2-1-1 Infrastructure United Ways of California (UWCA) hosted its second Advocacy Summit on April 26, 2022. The two-day…Read More from the article "3 Important Policy Paths to Household Stability"
Breaking Down Critical Policies that Advocate for Affordable Housing in the Bay Area. The month of May is dedicated to affordable housing, a time to…Read More from the article "UWBAs Housing Policy Watch"
Media Contact: Blake Case firstname.lastname@example.org (601) 832-6079 United Way Bay Area to award $1M in housing justice grants to more than 20 local nonprofits…Read More from the article "United Way Bay Area to award $1M in housing justice grants to more than 20 local nonprofits"