GIVING TUESDAY is a global generosity movement, and it is launching a global day of giving and unity on May 5, 2020, as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. This day is designed to drive an influx of generosity including citizen engagement with communities and non-profits.
We may need to stop shaking hands, but we can still reach out in meaningful ways. We each have the power to create and spread ideas of how to help, heal, and find ways to build new kinds of connections and community. It’s not about size; we all have something to give and every act of human consideration and kindness matters. We can combat the feelings of fear, isolation and loneliness that we all share by reaching out to a neighbor and calling a relative, seniors or veterans.
Give to the organizations that we love the most – no amount is too little and our nonprofit needs your support.
Please remember, the Association of Manufactured Home Owners (AMHO) is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit organization who survives solely on your memberships, donations and volunteerism to spread the word regarding home owners’ rights, to help communities set up their home owners’ associations (HOAs) and to work on Legislation.
Governor Inslee’s April 16th moratorium on evictions specifically includes RCW59.20 (the Mobile Home Landlord Tenant Act). This moratorium prevents a landlord from assessing late fees, serving a notice to vacate, or evicting manufactured home owners (except for significant and immediate risk to the health and safety) effective until June 4, 2020. Read the details here.
If you are an AMHO member please consider a donation. If you are not an AMHO member please consider joining. If you can afford to sponsor a friend or a neighbor’s $15.00 membership fee, please do so. You can donate online at this website or send your check to AMHO, P.O. Box 30273, Spokane, WA 99223. Thank you!
Sincerely, Anne Sadler, President, AMHO.
AMHO is a not-for-profit Washington State Corporation with an IRS status as a 501(c)(3) organization. Our stated purpose is to promote, represent, preserve and enhance the rights and interests of manufactured Home Owners in the state of Washington through communication, education, negotiation and preservation of our communities.
Our major focus has been the education of elected officials and manufactured home owners in communities, to support the production of more affordable housing, and to strengthen the bargaining power of manufactured home owners living in these communities.
The future of Manufactured/Mobile Home Communities, (MHC’s), does not lie in the hands of Corporations, Private Owners and Park Managers, it is fundamentally in the hands of Manufactured Home Owners, (MHO’s) and in their ability to organize.
It is especially important for 55+ MHC’s to stay informed about their rights as Home Owners and be informed regarding the various avenues for Landlord/Tenant conversation, conflict mitigation and dispute resolution, if that becomes necessary.
Those who live in MHC’s have the best insight as to what needs to be changed and often, just need some guidance as to how to proceed.
Those who are directly affected by unfair regulations and arbitrary, subjective and unreasonable Park rules will find that AMHO is designed and committed to offering critical guidance in these areas.
AMHO does not give legal advice but guidance and direction to various services and entities that can help in serving Manufactured Home Owners living in privately owned Parks and Communities.
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For all those who live in Manufactured/Mobile Home Communities and Parks, Please come and join with us at AMHO, An Association of Manufactured Home Owners.
Alone we suffer, however, together we can accomplish great things.