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Celebrating 25 Years of Impact

For a quarter century, the Quad Cities Housing Council has been dedicated to fostering sustainable housing solutions that benefit everyone in our community. This year, as we mark our 25th anniversary, we're excited to launch the Housing Matters Campaign, a bold initiative designed to engage and educate on the crucial role housing plays across diverse sectors of the Quad Cities.

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Why Housing Matters

Housing isn't just about buildings—it's about people.

It affects every facet of our lives, impacting education, mental and public health, policy, financial stability, workforce development, tourism, diversity, equity, inclusion, and more. It’s ultimately the very fabric of our community. The Housing Matters Campaign seeks to illuminate these intersections and foster meaningful conversations about sustainable housing solutions.

Get Involved


Participate in Events

Check out our Events Calendar for upcoming volunteer activities, workshops, and forums. Whether you're a housing professional, community leader, or a local resident, there's a way for everyone to get involved.


Stay Updated

Don't miss out on any updates! Sign Up for our newsletter to receive the latest news about the Housing Matters campaign and other important announcements.


Follow and Share

Help spread the word by following us on Facebook and Instagram. Share our posts and show your support by telling the world why housing matters to you.


Explore and Learn

Dive deeper into how housing affects various sectors of our community. Visit our Resources section to find informative articles, infographics, and more.

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This is more than a campaign; it's a movement. Whether you're attending an event, sharing our message, or engaging in conversations about housing, your participation matters. Why?

Because "HoUSing Matters to US" — and by US, we mean every single one of us in the Quad Cities. Join us in this critical conversation and help us drive change to make our community a better place for all.
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