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10.8.20 Members Making News
From the Chicago Tribune: Hundreds of school-age children in suburban Cook County public housing will get free laptops paid for by federal coronavirus stimulus money starting Wednesday, as part of an ongoing effort to ensure digital access after the COVID-19 pandemic upended in-person learning....
10.7.20 Members Making News
From DCist:  Carl Goggins feels like he can’t be careful enough when it comes to the coronavirus. Apart from the danger the virus poses to him as a 67-year-old, he worries what would happen if he fell ill. “I live by myself,” said Goggins. “Ain’t nobody gonna come to the door.” So when a...
10.7.20 Members Making News
From the Toledo Blade: The Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority has extended its Home to Stay program, which provides additional assistance to financially vulnerable residents, for another year in hopes of keeping people housed while the coronavirus pandemic continues and cold months lie ahead....
10.7.20 Members Making News
From the Toledo Blade: As Toledo Public Schools prepares to reopen its doors to students, community agencies and district officials have teamed up to open community learning centers that will help combat issues associated with virtual learning and a lack of resources as a result of the pandemic....
10.7.20
Non-Filers Must Apply by October 15, 2020  Time is running out for many eligible low-income Americans to receive their CARES Act Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) this year! The deadline to for individuals who did not file taxes in 2018 or 2019 to apply for their EIPs...
10.7.20 Members Making News
From North Denver News: The Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Division of Housing (DOH) awarded $4.47M through the Colorado State Housing Board (SHB) for affordable housing in September. DOLA also so far has supplied over $7.49M to renters and landlords across Colorado through the EHAP...
10.7.20
Discussions about the latest Coronavirus relief package between House Leadership and the White House are at an impasse. The House passed a scaled-back version of the HEROES Act costing $2.2 trillion.  The White House has offered a $1.5 trillion package. Both sides remain far apart....
10.7.20 Members Making News
From Public Radio for the Central Kenai Peninsula:  Residents Kenai and Soldotna with income affected by COVID-19 can get help with their rent or mortgage payments through the end of the year. The cities are partnering with the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation to localize an...
10.7.20
From the Afterschool Alliance: We need your help to continue to tell the story of the ways in which COVID-19 is impacting your program and the kids and families you serve. By taking Afterschool Alliance’s short survey, you are lifting up challenges programs face as the pandemic...
10.7.20 Members Making News
From the District of Columbia Housing Authority's press release: The District of Columbia Housing Authority entered into a partnership with Black Girl Health, a nationally known organization that works with companies, government entities and more to integrate strategic health programming in rural...

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