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Funders Together to End Homelessness

…the field and other funders. We need opportunities to come together and share best practices and policies, discuss what’s working well and what’s not, hear about innovative solutions on the horizon, and how to best align our funding to meet our collective goal of ending homelessness for good. 15 years ago, there were hundreds of funders working to end homelessness but no central organization to…

Four Strategies for Improving Homeless Service & Workforce Systems Collaboration

…doing so, CoCs may incentivize more of their community’s homeless service providers to develop homelessness responses that include pathways to employment and economic opportunity in collaboration with the workforce system. Collect, Share, and Integrate Data To collaborate effectively, the workforce and homeless service systems need to collect, share, and integrate the housing, employment, and income data of the people they serve. Under existing policies, the…

Institute for Community Research/Youth Action Hub

…for Artemis, a researcher with the Youth Action Hub (YAH), this work is anything but academic. Two years ago she was homeless herself, bouncing from couch to couch, and eventually in the dead of winter, sleeping in her car. Artemis was one of the roughly 3,000 young people in Connecticut who don’t have a safe and stable place to call home. As a queer-identified youth,…

Introducing “A Way Home America”

…Trust For the past year, the Melville Charitable Trust has worked with a remarkable group of partners—youth providers, advocates, researchers, government agencies, philanthropists, and young people—to lay the groundwork for this initiative. We are united around a common goal, and knowing the passion and talent we have around the table and across the country, I am confident we will get there. Over the next year,…

Jobs template

…At the national level, they include such organizations as the National Alliance to End Homelessness, the National Low Income Housing Coalition, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and the Technical Assistance Collaborative. By taking this long-term, sustained approach, Melville Trust has been able to push the narrative beyond shelter, crisis response, and temporary solutions, and towards the idea that only a systemic approach will…

Employment & Education Opportunity Fund

…Service; An organizational budget of $1,000,000 or less; and A primary mission to provide direct services to individuals who experienced prison or jail. How much is each grant? The maximum grant is $7,500 and we anticipate awarding 8-10 grants by mid-December 2019. How can EOF funds be used? All funds: Can finance an individual’s employment related, educational, or training expenses. Can be applied to any…

Stand up, Speak up: Three resources for getting involved in the budget debates today

…OurHomes-OurVoices.org Check out the new website, OurHomes-OurVoices.org. Millions of Americans do not have an affordable place to call home and over half a million people—including families with young children, people with disabilities, and youth who are alone—are living in the street, in cars, or in shelters. This site and campaign helps advocates press for greater investment in affordable homes. And if you haven’t seen it…

Our Story

…new grantmaking strategy: “To be intentional about moving providers, government, philanthropy, and communities away from emergency, palliative responses that perpetuate the problem toward proven, scalable, and cost-effective solutions that will end homelessness among adults, youth, and families. We remain steadfast in our commitment to housing as the primary building block for ending homelessness.” 2014 The Trust adds two new Program Officers, doubling its program staff…

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

…“We began to think about our funding approach, [which centers] systemic change, slowly shifting one foot toward prevention, and digging into the root causes of homelessness, and we realized that staying the course is more important than ever,” Thomas said. FHO, which makes grants of its own, has taken a similar dual approach, funding local response efforts alongside national advocacy for greater attention to racial…

How We Are Working to β€œMeet the Moment”

…in local, regional, and national housing policy decisions. This additional funding is a significant commitment for a foundation of our size, and we are deeply grateful to our Board for their support as we navigate these challenging times. Their leadership, coupled with our grantee partners’ relentless work and dedication to ending homelessness in America, gives us hope. With gratitude, Aimee Hendrigan Vice President of Programs…

In Rural America, Homeless Population May Be Bigger Than You Think

The rural homeless often crash with friends or stay in cheap motels on cold nights due to a lack of shelters. But this means homeless tallies miss them — and the state gets less funding to help them. Read the full story on NPR The Melville Trust is a proud supporter of NPR’s reporting on homelessness….

To End Homelessness, We Have to Remember the Larger Goal

…working to prevent and end homelessness know this—whether they strive to prevent or end their own, partner with people who do, or tackle the issue at the policy level. They know personal safety, quality relationships, health, good-paying employment, coping skills, educational opportunity, freedom from prejudice, and communities of people who care about each other are among the essential things each of us needs in order…

Ending Homelessness for LGBTQ Youth: A Conversation with Ryan Berg

…My Home, Ryan Berg’s debut memoir, is one of those books that’s both incredibly painful to read and at the same time impossible to put down. Berg is a gifted writer who spent several years as a caseworker in a group home for LGBGTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning) homeless youth in New York. In No House to Call My Home, he invites us into…

2017 Year in Review

Overview: A snapshot of the foundation’s work over the past year including: > Eight of the most dynamic, thoughtful and compassionate leaders in our field provide a personal take on what drives their work to end homelessness. > Some thoughts about why we focus on systems change and addressing root causes, and how that shapes our funding strategies. > Four of our initiatives that demonstrate…

Connecticut, We Have Something Big to Celebrate Today

…where 45,000 vets are experiencing homelessness. Today we ask that you join us in donating to the Welcome Home Kit Initiative, part of the #DayForTheBrave online crowdfunding campaign. These kits consist of key items to successfully house veterans, such as landlord engagement assistance, housing navigation, and security and utility deposits, as well as furnishings to transform an empty apartment into a home. Learn more here….

#40toNoneDay: A Commitment to End LGBTQ Youth Homelessness

…lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) youth. This first-of-its-kind online publication offers approaches to supporting youth experiencing homelessness, case studies of successful models, and concrete solutions to ending homelessness among LGBTQ youth. Check out our recent interview with Ryan Berg, author of No House to Call My Home, a powerful book about LGBTQ homeless youth living in a group home in New York City….

Three Resources to Support LGBTQ Homeless Youth

This post was scheduled for June, as a way to mark LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) Pride Month. It was scheduled to coincide with big parades in major cities and rainbow flags flown from store fronts and public buildings. But as Pride month was nearing its halfway mark, we lost 49 mostly young, gay, Latinos (and 53 more seriously injured) at a night club…

Out of Reach 2017

Overview: Out of Reach documents the gap between renters’ wages and the cost of rental housing. The report provides in-depth data for each state and the online companion site provides an interactive map where users can find data by zip code. Author: National Low Income Housing Coalition Date: 2017 Download: Out of Reach 2017…

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