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“Where People Live Matters.” Housing Funders Seek Systemic Change as Crises Mount โ€” Inside Philanthropy

…Nearly 11 million renter households were paying over 50% of their income in rent at the beginning of the year, with another 10 million or so paying over 30%. Eviction was rampant, coming at a rate of seven per minute across the nation in 2016, in the middle of a much-lauded economic recovery. Predictably, the impact of the pre-COVID affordable housing crisis followed familiar patterns…

Our Story

…End Homelessness, a national movement of foundations and corporations supporting strategic and effective grantmaking to end homelessness. Learn more about the genesis of Funders Together 2005 The Trust purchases and begins restoration of the Billing Forge Complex and neighboring buildings in Hartford, CT, providing over 100 affordable apartments. With a goal of spurring economic development and providing jobs for residents of Frog Hollow, two years…

How We Are Working to โ€œMeet the Momentโ€

of course, COVID-19 is not the only scourge we are facing. Racist policing and the murder of unarmed Black people at the hands of police officers has finally sent shockwaves through the nation, creating demand for systemic change in law enforcement funding, training and accountability. Racist policies and practices that have been embedded into every facet of American life are finally being acknowledged more broadly,…

Frog Hollow, Hartford

…community, Forge City Works runs a customer service job training and internship program in the culinary arts at the Kitchen at the Hartford Public Library Farmers Market: Every Thursday, Forge City Works hosts Hartford’s biggest farmers market, bringing fresh and local food to the neighborhood. Learn more about Forge City Works For more information Please contact Cary Wheaton, Executive Director of Forge City Works: cary@forgecityworks.org

Secure Jobs Connecticut 2.0

of Coastal Fairfield County, New Canaan Community Foundation South Central and Middletown, Meriden, Wallingford Regions (MMW) Grantee: Workforce Alliance Total Funding Awards: $87,500 for South Central Region and $85,500 for MMW Collaborating Foundations: United Way of Greater New Haven, Liberty Bank Foundation, Peach Pit Foundation, Middlesex County Community Foundation, ION Bank, Meriden Community Foundation For more information Please contact Rebecca Allen, Senior Program Officer: rallen@melvilletrust.org

Melville Charitable Trust Selects Its Next President

…As the former president of Providence Consulting Group, she helped launch a statewide foundation to assist foster families, and she co-chaired an effort for the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Atlanta Housing Authority to rehouse 420 families as part of a major HOPE VI redevelopment project. Susan is a former Vice President of Community Investment and Area Development at the United Way of Greater…

Our Funding Approach

…is at the center of all strategies and is entrusted to make their own decisions, or strengthen their ability to bounce back from crisis? Read more about our values Leadership: Does the organization have the capacity to deliver results? Do they have a strong record of performance, sound management, and a strong focus on outcomes? For collaborative efforts, we are looking for a talented organization…

Melville Trustโ€™s Response to COVID-19

…to live, is healthy and supported, and has the income to sustain themselves has been and continues to be at the core of who we are and what we do. We invite you to let us know what else we could be doing or share specific challenges your organization is facing. In the meantime, and on behalf of the Board and staff of the Melville…

Reflections and Gratitude from Our Executive Director

As I approach my retirement at the end of this month, I feel such a deep sense of gratitude to all those individuals and organizations who, over the course of my career, have taken me under their wings, allowed me to learn on the job with great mentors, and given me invaluable experience in a field that I love. People ask me what it feels…

Susan Thomas

…a former Vice President of Community Investment and Area Development at the United Way of Greater Atlanta. Prior to her nonprofit career, she worked for 15 years in the areas of accounting, management consulting, and strategic planning. She holds a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Maryland.  …

Funders for Housing and Opportunity Featured on Opportunity Starts at Home Podcast

Funders are increasingly recognizing that safe, decent, affordable housing as a cornerstone for progress in a variety of other areas. Funders for Housing and Opportunity (FHO) is a compelling example of a collaborative cross-sector funder approach to addressing the affordable housing crisis across the country. In this episode, Susan Thomas, Program Director at the Melville Trust and Jeanne Fekade-Sellassie, Project Director of FHO, have a…

The Issue

…youth—people under the age of 25—experience homelessness. They are often the hidden homeless, at least half are sleeping outside, in a car or other places not meant for human habitation. In 2017, 7 million households spent more than 50 percent of their income on rent and, two-thirds of those families earn $15,000 a year or less. With no financial cushion, these families are living on…

Melville Trust Response to the US Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) Strategic Plan

The US Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) recently released a new strategic plan to end homelessness called Expanding the Toolbox: The Whole-of-Government Response to Homelessness. Unfortunately, it is not a plan. Instead, it is an expansive list of recommendations that ignores the root causes of homelessness and disregards 30 years of evidence about what works. No one chooses to be homeless, but this “plan” takes…

About

We believe that homelessness is a preventable and solvable problem and philanthropy is an essential partner to end it. Since our founding in 1990, the Melville Charitable Trust has invested over $140 million to end homelessness for good. For over 25 years, we have consistently and strategically invested in proven, lasting, and cost-effective solutions that enable people with the least resources and biggest barriers to…

The Stories We Tell

We tend to tell children heartening stories that have happy endings, and tales that boost their ambitious dreams. Celebrating potential and positivity are cornerstones of storytelling aimed at kids, yet the stories we tell each other about pressing social challenges tend to focus on problems, rather than possibilities. When our children ask why people sleep on the sidewalk, imagine explaining that no one chooses to…

Alyia Gaskins Joins the Trust as Senior Program Officer

…Previously, Alyia served as Assistant Director for Networks and Programs – Health at the Center for Community Investment (CCI). In that role she led Accelerating Investments for Healthy Communities, which helps hospitals and health systems invest in affordable housing. Prior to CCI, Alyia was a Senior Associate at the National League of Cities where she helped hundreds of municipalities pass over 3,000 policies to promote…

$10 Million From 9 Foundations Will Call Attention the Lack of Low-Cost Housing

Overview: The Trust joined forces with eight national foundations to create Funders for Housing and Opportunity, a funding collaborative dedicated to ensuring ensure individuals and families across America can afford safe, stable rentals in thriving communities. Date: February 20, 2018 Publication: The Chronicle of Philanthropy Read the article Coverage also in: Inside Philanthropy Curbed Huffington Post Philanthropy News Digest Affordable Housing Finance New Money on…

Housing is Healthcare and Connecticut Needs More of It

…good economic times. Securing these things now will not only stave off an onslaught of imminent housing instability and homelessness, it will help us face what may come next. As millions of Americans struggle financially, mentally and physically, we do not have to choose between helping only a few of our most vulnerable neighbors. We can and must do better. Susan K. Thomas President  …

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