Member Services

Join the fight to end housing discrimination. Become a member of NFHA.

About The National Fair Housing Alliance

Founded in 1988, NFHA is a consortium of more than 200 private, nonprofit fair housing organizations and state and local civil rights agencies from throughout the United States. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., NFHA works to eliminate housing discrimination and ensure equal housing opportunity for all people through leadership, education, outreach, membership services, public policy initiatives, community development, advocacy, and enforcement.

NFHA has three membership levels, which are described below.

 

Operating Membership

Operating Membership is reserved for private, non-profit, full-service fair housing organizations providing direct services to victims of housing discrimination. 

To become an Operating Member, organizations need to submit an application and provide supplemental materials to demonstrate compliance with Membership requirements.


New Operating Members

  1. Download/complete the Member Application
  2. Download/complete the Operating Member Certification Form
  3. Submit dues
  4. Submit required documents

Existing Operating Members

  1. Check the “Renewal” box in the Member Application
  2. Complete the Operating Member Certification form
  3. Submit dues

Supporting Membership

Supporting Membership is available to any organization, agency, commission, law firm, university, or corporation that supports NFHA’s work.  

Becoming a Supporting Member of NFHA is an important step your organization can take to help advance fair housing goals.

Contact us to learn more about the benefits of becoming a Supporting Member.


New Supporting Members

  1. Download/complete the Member Application
  2. Submit dues

Existing Supporting Members

  1. Check the “Renewal” box in the Member Application
  2. Submit dues

Individual Membership

Anyone can become a member of NFHA. Your membership helps to support NFHA’s programs and enables us to provide assistance to victims of discrimination and address systemic discrimination. 

Your membership also allows NFHA to advance public policy initiatives that expand equal housing opportunities for everyone in America.


New Individual Members

  1. Download/complete the Member Application
  2. Submit dues

Existing Individual Members

  1. Check the “Renewal” box in the Member Application
  2. Submit dues

 

 

Please download and send your completed form(s) to Sherrill Frost-Brown (sbrown@nationalfairhousing.org), NFHA’s VP of Member Services and Community Development.