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Four Strategies for Improving Homeless Service & Workforce Systems Collaboration

…concerns. Build Stakeholder Buy-In Staff, managers, and other decision-makers need to believe that their systems can and should collaborate to advance employment for people experiencing homelessness and housing instability. But stakeholders from both systems may not be fully convinced that people experiencing homelessness need to, want to, and can work or that it’s their system’s job to help make that happen. Cross-training for staff and…

Our Story

“The Melville Charitable Trust began its work on homelessness with two simple thoughts: The first was that the persistence of homelessness in the wealthiest democracy in the world was, quite simply, scandalous. The second was that it was a solvable problem.” -Stephen Melville, Chair Our work is guided by the vision of the founders of the Trust who wholeheartedly believed we could end homelessness by…

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….

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…with strong interpersonal and communications skills. To Apply All inquiries, nominations, and applications with resumes and cover letters may be submitted to: Rebecca Swartz, Partner Tatiana Oberkoetter, Associate Isaacson, Miller 263 Summer Street, 7th Floor Boston, MA 02210 www.imsearch.com/7104 Electronic submission of application materials is strongly encouraged. The Melville Charitable Trust is an equal opportunity employer and candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. …

Introducing “A Way Home America”

…Home America, I am so pleased that we have Megan Gibbard at the helm of this bold effort. Megan spearheaded the response to youth homelessness in King County, Washington and is a nationally recognized leader in her work with homeless youth. Her commitment and vision for this work is inspiring. Here’s a short video I shot of Megan officially launching the initiative: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UTYbctm6Y4    …

Ending Homelessness for LGBTQ Youth: A Conversation with Ryan Berg

…and under-resourcing that many families/communities are experiencing, then maybe we can shape responses and create spaces where LGBTQ youth are able to share their whole selves, their whole truths–however difficult and complex–and still feel the love.” Read an excerpt of No House to Call My Home here. Buy a copy of No House to Call My Home. Follow Ryan Berg on Twitter. Visit Ryan’s website….

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…to end homelessness for good. Downloads Our logo The Melville Charitable Trust logo is for use by our grantee partners, members of the media, and event organizers for Trust approved events for the purpose of promoting the event. Download: Melville Charitable Trust Logo – all resolutions (ZIP) Staff Photos High res photos of staff members are available on each staff member’s page. You can find…

Announcing our Latest Grants to End Homelessness: May 2017

We’re honored to support the work of our grantee partners who are committed to permanent and proven solutions to end homelessness in America. Each year we invest between $6 and $7 million to achieve this ambitious goal. The following grants totaling $2,125,606 were approved by the Melville Board at our April 2017 meeting. Our ultimate goal is straightforward—creating communities where everyone has a place to…

Announcing our Latest Grants to End Homelessness: January 2016

We’re honored to support the work of our grantee partners who are committed to long-term solutions to prevent and end homelessness in America. The following grants were approved by the Melville Board at our December 2015 meeting. You’ll see a mix of organizations located in our home state of Connecticut as well those working nationally. Our ultimate goal is straightforward—creating communities where everyone has a…

Announcing our Latest Grants to End Homelessness: July 2016

We’re honored to support the work of our grantee partners who are committed to permanent and proven solutions to end homelessness in America. Each year we invest between $7 and $8 million to achieve this ambitious goal. The following grants and program-related investments, totaling $1,874,230, were approved by the Melville Board at our June 2016 meeting. Many of these are multi-year grants, as indicated in…

Institute for Community Research/Youth Action Hub

…the LGBTQ+ community. They also distributed an online survey to an additional 164 individuals. Putting Research into Action Angel, Artemis, and Natalie discussing their research Already, the findings and recommendations of the YAH have been shared with Connecticut’s Department of Housing Commissioner, Evonne Klein, and the members of the statewide Reaching Home campaign to end homelessness in Connecticut. Based on the learning that young people—especially…

Big Data: A Key Part of Ending Homelessness in Connecticut

…is called System-Wide Analytics and Projection or “SWAP.” The SWAP tools are available online for free and any community can use them to look at local data to understand exactly what their system is accomplishing and model what happens when system and program changes are made. The Funders Collaborative is reviewing data from HMIS (Homeless Management Information System) and the Housing Inventory Count (a count…

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…

Three Resources to Support LGBTQ Homeless Youth

…and funders: At the Intersections: A Collaborative Resource on LGBTQ Youth Homelessness By True Colors Fund and the National LGBTQ Task Force At the Intersections is the first-of-its-kind online publication highlighting innovative approaches to supporting youth experiencing homelessness. The guide provides case studies of replicable and successful models and offers concrete solutions to ending homelessness among LGBTQ youth. The guide is very well organized, divided…

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….

2017 Year in Review

…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 the different ways we support collaboration. > Our financial report and a letter from our leadership. Author: Melville Charitable Trust Date: July 2018 See the online report  …

Out of Reach 2018

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: 2018 Download Out of Reach 2018        …