Creating Stronger, Diverse Communities

Housing Opportunities Made Equal is a fair housing organization continuing the struggle for civil rights by working to promote the value of diversity and to ensure all people an equal opportunity to live in the housing and communities of their choice----through education, advocacy, the enforcement of fair housing laws and the creation of housing opportunities.  Click here to support this initiative. 


Volunteers Needed!

!Housing Opportunities Made Equal is in need of dedicated volunteers to sit on our Annual Dinner Committee.  Members of the Annual Dinner Committee will assist with the planning of HOME’s Annual Dinner / Meeting, to be held on Thursday April 23, 2015 from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the Courtyard Greenhouse Room at the Hotel Lafayette.  Committee members will assist HOME board and staff with securing sponsorships, securing auction item donations, selling tickets, producing and distributing marketing materials and event programs, and more.  We need committed, organized, creative and outgoing individuals who are passionate about HOME and the cause of fair housing to help make this our best event yet!  For more information contact DeAnna Eason, Associate Director at or (716) 854-1400 ext. 21.




HOME selling City Dining Cards! By purchasing through HOME, you help ensure that a family will have a home of their choosing for the holidays. E-mail Collin or call at 716-854-1400 ext. 26 to learn more.

HOME receives a $325,000 federal grant! Congressman Brian Higgins announced the exciting news on October 16. Click here to learn more. 

HOME reaches it's goal in the John R. Oishei Foundation challenge grant!!! Thanks to the amazing donors, HOME reached the $20,000 goal before the August 31 deadline. Click here to learn more. 



As a survivor of Lupus and a kidney transplant, Avis found herself living in an area that had seen its share of crime. The activities that took place around her

AMY's story


Amy recently moved to Buffalo from Illinois.  As a single mother of two children


HOME in the News! Evans Bank cited for "redlining" by NY State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. To read the article and the quote by Executive Director Scott W. Gehl, click here

HOME in the News! Two news articles regarding landlords being found in violation of fair housing laws.  Click here and here to read more. 



1542 Main Street (at Ferry) Buffalo, NY 14209
Phone: 716.854.1400 | Fax: 716.854.1140

1542 Main Street (at Ferry) Buffalo, NY 14209
Phone: 716.854.1400 | Fax: 716.854.1140

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