AHMA Challenge

We have a challenge with the other 19 AHMAs to be the strongest Advocate. We need your help. Please read the following and help us out. To get the promotional flyer, please go to www.nahma.org and choose the grassroot advocacy tab.

Today, we have officially launched the AHMA World Cup Advocacy Challenge! We hope you will join us for a little friendly competition to elevate the importance of affordable housing across the country. The challenge runs from today through September 3rd while many lawmakers are in their home districts during the August Congressional Recess.

Earn points for your AHMAs by planning one of the following activities:

  •  Post on Social Media
  •  Attend a town hall or political event
  •  Meet with a lawmaker or their staff
  •  Plan a resident engagement activity (letter writing campaign, etc.)
  •  Host a property visit with lawmakers or staff

Don't forget to send us pictures of your activities, and for social media, remember to tag your AHMAs and use the challenge hashtags #ScoreMoreHousing #NAHMA18 to earn points. Participants submit a simple form online or via email to let us know what activities you completed (please submit by September 30). The winners will be announced during the NAHMA October Meeting.

 

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AHMA August 14
Maintenance Program 

HVAC Troubleshooting
& Refrigeration

Tuesday, August 14
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Maintenance Supply Headquarters
6910 Brasada Dr. | Houston, TX
Limited to first 50 registrants
 

    


AHMA August 16 Program & Luncheon

Maintenance for Managers
& Dealing With Hoarding

Tuesday, August 16 2018
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
The Hess Club | Houston, TX

    



2018 AHMA East Texas
Education Scholarships

Please check the Scholarship Tab for 2018 recipients.


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Celebrating 50 Years of Fair Housing

 When the Fair Housing Act was first enacted, it prohibited discrimination only on the basis of race, color, religion, and national origin.  Sex was added as a protected characteristic in 1974.  In 1988, disability and familial status (the presence or anticipated presence of children under 18 in a household) were added (further codified in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990).  In certain circumstances, the law allows limited exceptions for discrimination based on sex, religion, or familial status.