The national winners’ artwork will be featured in the 2018 “What Home Means to Me” calendar, which is shared with all members of Congress, local leaders and the NAHRO membership. Each winner also receives a $100 Visa gift card. The art of this year’s grand prize winner, Zenin, from the King County Housing Authority in Washington, is featured on the cover. Zenin will receive an iPad and a framed copy of her poster. She and a guardian will also be provided with transportation to and lodging at NAHRO’s Washington Conference in April 2018, where they will also tour the Capitol.
This year, our blue-ribbon panel of judges consisted of Jennifer Schwartz, National Council of State Housing Agencies; Richard Y. Nelson, Jr., Past NAHRO CEO; and Dominique G. Blom, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Order calendars online at www.nahro.org/housing-america. To view the winning posters or review rules for entering the contest, visit www.housingamericacampaign.org/what-home-means-to-me.html. Next year’s poster contest begins on January 1, 2018.
2018 “What Home Means to Me” Winners
Lincoln Housing Authority
Springfield Housing Authority
Napa Valley Community Housing
Zenin (grand prize winner)
King County Housing Authority
Housing Authority of Yamhill County
Yakima Housing Authority
Grand Junction Housing Authority
Bayonne Housing Authority
Greensboro Housing Authority
Pawtucket Housing Authority
Dedham Housing Authority
Norman Housing Authority
Danville Redevelopment and Housing Authority