About the Campaign
A Richer Life is a public awareness campaign developed by the National Fair Housing Alliance, dedicated to the creation and sustenance of diverse communities throughout the nation.
Living in integrated communities means having neighbors from all walks of life, from different ethnic backgrounds and of various beliefs, providing the opportunity for deeper and more varied experiences that will prepare us and our children for the mix of people that makes up this great country and for the interactions of the global economy. We believe it is the right of us all to live in healthy, diverse communities and that we all deserve to benefit from the richer life they bring.
State Farm is the major underwriter of the A Richer Life campaign. Other sponsors include: Fannie Mae, State Farm Bank, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, Ocwen Financial Corporation, Freddie Mac, Saxon Mortgage Services, Inc. and MetLife Auto & Home.
About the National Fair Housing Alliance
The National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) is the only national organization committed solely to the elimination of housing discrimination. We work to achieve the intent of Congress when it passed the Fair Housing Act in 1968 to achieve “truly integrated and balanced living patterns.” NFHA is a consortium of more than 220 private, non-profit fair housing organizations, state and local civil rights agencies, and individuals from throughout the United States. Please join us in combating housing discrimination in all its forms and promoting diversity in all neighborhoods throughout our nation.
The National Fair Housing Alliance recognizes the importance of “home” as a component of the American dream and envisions a country free of housing discrimination where every individual, group and community enjoys equal housing opportunity and access in a bias free and open housing market where integrated neighborhoods are the norm, and the private and public sector guarantees civil rights in an open and barrier free community committed to healing the history of discrimination in America.