The 2014 National Rural Housing Conference, hosted by the Housing Assistance Council, will take place on December 3-5 in Washington D.C. The Conference is designed to bring together community-based housing advocates from across the country to celebrate their continued efforts to build rural communities. Throughout the weekend there are a variety of workshops, networking sessions, and other activities for participants to attend as well as the Rural Housing Awards Banquet. Materials from the 2012 National Rural Housing Conference, which was themed Promises to Keep In Challenging Times, can be reviewed here.
Those interested should check back frequently with http://www.ruralhome.org for updates on the event as they are posted. For questions related to the event contact the Housing Assistance Council by email at email@example.com or by phone at (202) 842-8600.
Join the the Housing Assistance Council for the 2014 National Rural Housing Conference taking place in Washington, DC from December 3-5, 2014. Preeconference activities will be happening the day before on December 2.
This year’s conference will be located at the Renaissance Washington Hotel. Reserve your room today!
Check back with ruralhome.org for further details and future conference updates.
Reposted from the Housing Assistance Council, November 2, 2012.
November 9, 2012 – Early Bird Registration Deadline
“The Conference is a gathering of housing and community development organizations that serve rural areas, national housing and rural related associations and groups, federal agency and hill staff, and other stakeholders interested in affordable housing in rural America. Hear about the major issues of the day facing rural housing developers that challenge our ability to keep those promises and learn what you can do to help place rural housing at the top of the agenda for the administration and Congress.”
When: December 6 – 7, 2012. Pre-conference activities begin December 5.
Where: Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill Washington, DC.
Click Here to Register and take advantage of the early-bird registration discount!