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Housing Trust Fund Progress Report 2007: Local Responses to America's Housing Needs

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Examples show what housing trust funds have accomplished and why they are so successful.
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Home Sweet Home: Why America Needs a Housing Trust Fund

Short chapters, with citations to resources, cover the crisis in housing, protecting children, lessons learned from state and local trust funds and economic benefits of a national housing trust fund. Twenty state profiles also provide housing affordability-related statistics and the impact the national trust fund would have on jobs and wages.
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A Workbook For Creating A Housing Trust Fund

The workbook focuses primarily on the development aspects and campaign issues, but also includes a first chapter on assessing need and readiness. While the issues in the workgroup are directed at housing trust funds, the community organizing principles are applicable to other causes. The workbook is also a good source of information on the different local trust funds already established.