MHAction is a growing national movement of manufactured home community residents who organize their neighbors, build campaigns to protect the affordability and quality of their communities, and fight to advance racial, economic, and gender justice. Our movement is built on a core belief that everyone should have a healthy, vibrant community and decent, affordable place to call home.
MHAction relies on the power of well-trained, committed grassroots leaders. Through a robust online to offline organizing program, MHAction staff recruit, train, and coach manufactured home residents to be leaders and organizers in their communities. MHAction leaders fight for corporate community owner accountability and for policy reform to protect their and other tenants’ housing, health, and economic security.
MHAction’s work began as a special project under the Center for Community Change in 2012. MHAction launched as an independent project in May of 2016 and is fiscally sponsored at Tides Center.
A National Core Team of manufactured home community residents from around the country lead campaigns in their own regions and states and come together to oversee the strategic direction of our movement. MHAction Core Team Leaders serve as an informal organizational board and work with staff and MHAction members to set the priorities and strategies for the organization.
MHAction is staffed by Co-Directors Kevin Borden and Liz Voigt, and Organizer Mateo Rebecchi. For more information or to get in touch please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.