TELL CHAPA WHERE YOU LIVE!
Do you want to get more involved with CHAPA’s work on the local level? Tell us your City or Town!
We know that successful housing measures require local support. That is why CHAPA has been expanding our local efforts through the Municipal Engagement Initiative and our public policy work. We need your help to be effective.
You may already be on our email list, but we might not know where you live!
If we know where you live, we can:
· Tap into your expertise
· Connect you with our local efforts
· Lend our support to ongoing and existing community efforts
· Connect you with other housing activists in your community or nearby communities
· Let you know about events happening near you
· Get in touch with you if we are working with your State Representative or Senator
· Make sure you know if your local municipality is talking about housing
If you are interested in receiving a notification when we are working in your community through coalition building, legislative efforts, and locally based training and events, please complete this form.
For more information, please contact Whitney Demetrius, Municipal Engagement Initiative Program Associate, at
or at 617-631-8562.
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Please list any other communities that you would want to get involved in? (i.e. where you work, go to school, etc)
Are you currently on CHAPA's general email database?
If no or unsure, would you like to be added to CHAPA's general email database?
Are you affiliated with CHAPA in any other way? (On a CHAPA Committee, attend Regional Meetings, work for a housing organizational member, etc.)
Please share any local levels of engagement you are involved in. (Housing Trust, Advocacy Group, Community Preservation Committee, Planning Board, regularly speak at community meetings on housing, work for local housing organization, etc.)
How did you find this form?
Email from CHAPA
Heard about it at a CHAPA Event
Referred by a friend or colleague
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