Membership Menu: (In Progress)
Types of Membership
Current Organizational Members
County Homelessness Network Members
Our members are our driving force for social change!
As a Housing Alliance member, you are a part of the leading statewide advocacy organization—a powerful coalition of individuals and organizations fighting for equitable housing policies and affordable homes for everyone in Washington. Our members bring their expertise to our advocacy, and help us grow the movement for housing justice. Your financial support ensures we can keep securing funding for the Housing Trust Fund, expand resources to solve homelessness, and increasing housing stability for people across Washington.
Join us today! We welcome all nonprofits, government agencies, and for-profit entities to join our amazing coalition of members. Our members are our power!
The Housing Alliance is a statewide membership organization with approximately 140 organizational members and an advocacy network of 8,000+ individuals. We have two types of organizational memberships, which came about through a merger with our state homelessness coalition in 2011.
Regular organizational members are primarily nonprofit organizations that provide housing or services, but include some local governments, faith groups, and for-profit affordable housing vendors. This is the Housing Alliance’s historical membership base. We have a rolling membership year. For example, if an organization joins March 1, we invite them to renew by March 1 the following year.
We also have a county homelessness membership structure where each organization that administers state homelessness funding is asked to contribute ½ of 1 percent of their Consolidated Homeless Grant (CHG) funds to the Housing Alliance to support statewide advocacy. These include county government and nonprofit entities and memberships are based on the state fiscal year (July 1 – June 30). Each organization that participates may designate someone to serve on our Homelessness Advisory Committee.
Organizational Members and county Homelessness Network Members are listed below. Names in bold are larger organizations that contribute at a higher dues level. We are grateful for their generosity and consider them our Partner in Advocacy!