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Affordable Housing Week 2018

Join SV@Home from May 11 to May 18 for Affordable Housing Week 2018 in Santa Clara County!

This year’s theme — #ItsTime4Yes — is about collective action and the role we can play in responding to the housing crisis and building more affordable housing to create a more vibrant and equitable Silicon Valley.

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Thank you to our wonderful sponsors who help make Affordable Housing Week possible!


To join our growing list of sponsors, download our sponsorship form or contact Gina Lee at Remember to pledge early to ensure inclusion in Affordable Housing Week promotional materials!

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Featured Events

SV@Home Santa Clara County D4 Supervisorial Candidates’ Debate

Wednesday, May 16th

Hoover Middle School Theater
 1635 Park Avenue
San Jose, CA
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Candidates running to succeed Ken Yeager as Santa Clara County supervisor in District 4 will gather for a debate about the region’s housing and homelessness crises on Wednesday, May 16, at the Hoover Middle School theater in San Jose as part of Affordable Housing Week 2018.

Co-sponsored by Silicon Valley at Home (SV@Home) and Destination: Home, the event takes place against a backdrop of rising economic inequality in the Bay Area and a regional housing crisis that threatens to undermine the economic dynamism of Silicon Valley, even as it exacerbates the occurrence of homelessness in the area.

SV@Home & Destination Home's Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors D4 forum & debate

SV@Home & Destination Home’s Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors D4 forum

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Affordable Housing Week
Policy Luncheon

Friday, May 18th

Microsoft Sunnyvale
1020 Enterprise Way
Sunnyvale, CA
11:00 am – 1:00 pm

The two-hour event will include lunch and a panel discussion moderated by Liam Dillon, who covers state politics, policy, and housing issues for the Los Angeles Times.

The panel will explore regional approaches and solutions to the South Bay’s housing crisis and includes Steve Heminger, CEO of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission; Caitlyn Fox, director of policy and advocacy for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative; Maya Perkins, executive director of Bay Area Forward; and Ken Rosenberg, former Mountain View mayor and current city councilmember.

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