Fair Chance In Housing: Where Are We Now?

At this fundraiser, FSHC honored Senator Singleton, Assemblywoman Timberlake, and Ironbound Community Corporation for their leadership on housing justice in New Jersey. We’re grateful to everyone who attended the event, and we extend a special thanks to our sponsors who made the evening possible.

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