Advocacy at Habitat Greater San Francisco
Across the country – and throughout the Bay Area – we are coming together to fight the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and work to mitigate its enormous economic impact. At Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco we are all too aware of the precarious housing situation faced by many of our region’s working families. It is inevitable, without drastic action, that this position will rapidly worsen and that many will face the irrecoverable consequences of eviction, repossession, and displacement. We are working with federal, state and local authorities to address this threat.
Learn more about our housing advocacy on this page and see how we promote affordable homebuilding and champion affordable homeownership in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin.
Read more about major housing bills as state legislature enters pivotal early summer period.
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Habitat is asking residents to vote to end unfair restrictions on housing.
We urged the Judicial Council to revise legal rules that stop new construction during COVID-19.
A project with hundreds of affordable homes has been approved in San Francisco.
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Habitat affiliates across the U.S. lobbied federal lawmakers on housing affordability.
Public Affairs Team
Senior Director of Communications and Public Affairs
Anthony is Senior Director of Communications and Public Affairs for Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco. He brings two decades of public relations and government affairs experience gained across sectors both in-house and agency-side (Ogilvy PR New York, Porter Novelli PR Brussels). He has worked throughout Europe and the United States for a range of leading commercial and nonprofit organizations. He holds an MA in Politics from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland and an MBA from Henley Business School, England. Get in touch with Anthony at ASinger@HabitatGSF.org