Habitat for Humanity and Women’s Voices both believe in a world in which everyone has a decent place to live. Our Attainable Housing committee has focused on affordable rental units in the metro area; Habitat for Humanity's Harper Zielonko will address the other side of the attainable housing coin: home ownership, what works, what doesn’t, what is currently under construction, and how we can help.
Speaker: Harper Zielonko, Director of Resource Development, Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis
Harper Zielonko is responsible for overseeing the direction of the Resource Development Department including marketing, communications, donor solicitation & stewardship, volunteer management & engagement, and various special projects. Harper has worked at several non-profits and Habitat for Humanity affiliates over the past 15 years, but her passion lies in affordable housing.
A Chance to Raise Your Voice
St. Louis residents have a critical opportunity to shape city leadership and priorities. The Social Policy and Electoral Accountability Collaborative (SPEAC) is planning a candidate forum prior to the election of the president of the Board of Alderpersons on November 8. We urge you to participate in developing questions for the forum by answering the survey at SPEAC Forum Content Survey. What issues are most important to you? Please tell us what you think by September 19.
Details about the October 25 forum will be shared later as they are finalized. SPEAC is a group of leading St. Louis area organizations who envision an equitable region where a person’s life outcomes are not predicted by their race. Women’s Voices has been a member of SPEAC since 2019.
Secretary of State Offers Free ID to Vote
Do you need a free ID to vote? The MO Secretary of State will provide one for free. Visit GoVoteMissouri.com to begin the process. If you already have the necessary underlying documents, bring them with you to the DMV and say “I am here for my free ID to vote.”