Homeowner in front of her Habitat house.

Act now

Take action to support the campaign today. Together, we can help make the #CostOfHome something we all can afford.

2020 elections engagement

Your vote this November matters for housing. Join Habitat in making housing affordability a priority in this year’s elections by signing a pledge?to vote and sharing graphics on social media to encourage others to join you.?

Vote to make the #CostofHome affordable

Add your name to those calling on candidates at all levels of government to prioritize home affordability and encouraging individuals in your community to join you at the ballot box.

Pledge to vote

Make your voice heard

Download and share these ready-made graphics on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to help make housing a priority in this year’s elections.

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Show your support for housing affordability

Customize a graphic below and download to share it on social media. Tag your policymakers to advocate for the policy solutions you want to see.

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A stack of Cost of Home cards. The first one reads, "A home shouldn't cost anywhere near half your paycheck."

Social media graphics

Download and share these ready-made graphics on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and help us spread the word.

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A stack of Cost of Home cards. The first one reads, "A home shouldn't cost anywhere near half your paycheck."

Printable signs

Use these signs to show your support around your community.

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A stack of Cost of Home cards. The first one reads, "A home shouldn't cost anywhere near half your paycheck."

Customizable signs

Print out these posters to fill in with your own words of support.

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Housing affordability by state

Choose a state to see data on the need for home affordability. Share on Twitter to raise awareness and tag your policymakers to advocate for policy solutions.