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

…that assists the people with very low incomes and with the most significant and long-term disabilities to live independently in the community by providing affordable housing linked with voluntary services and supports. 2012 Janice Elliott, a leader in housing field, becomes the Executive Director of the Trust after the passing of Robert Hohler, the Trust’s long-term director, in 2011. 2013 The Trust embarks on a…

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

…decreased from 1,521 to 900. Results showed a decrease in the use of jail beds and a decrease in homelessness, housing instability, and overall costs to the system.” Ironically, the USICH plan highlights the notable reductions in veteran homelessness by citing programs that utilized the Housing First model. “In 2011, the Department of Veteran Affairs tested the Housing First model at 14 HUD-VASH sites. Based…

How We Are Working to β€œMeet the Moment”

inform and educate policymakers. Framework for an Equitable COVID-19 Homelessness Response The Trust’s initial COVID-19 response grants funded the first three phases of this work, in collaboration with several national organizations and led by the Center on Budget Policies and Priorities. The Framework provided guidance on the best ways to meet the needs of people experiencing homelessness during the coronavirus pandemic and into the future,…

Frog Hollow, Hartford

The Melville Trust’s Role With local leadership and investment, we believe that Frog Hollow can again be a thriving neighborhood of opportunity. The Lyceum The Lyceum Conference Center In 2003, the Trust made its first investment in the Frog Hollow neighborhood, purchasing and renovating the historic Lyceum building. Originally built in 1895 as a gym and community center for the waves of immigrants coming to…

Secure Jobs Connecticut 2.0

…agencies so they can better meet the full needs of parents transitioning from homelessness who want to support themselves. The initiative is based on the success of the Secure Jobs Massachusetts, which was created and led by the Paul and Phyllis Fireman Foundation.   “Staff from both systems reported that they have learned a great deal about the other system, including processes, programs and acronyms….

Reflections and Gratitude from Our Executive Director

the changes ahead within the housing and homelessness field: The first of these is the ascent of the next generation of leadership – rising leaders with energy and smarts who are taking the helm at organizations as we retirees transition away, and who themselves will take younger staff under their wings and allow them to learn on the job and grow in this work. I’m…

Our Funding Approach

…and evaluate their performance. Learn more about Secure Jobs Connecticut Increase Civic and Political Will & Investment We support efforts that increase civic and political support for strategies that expand effective practices, and encourage public and private investment in these proven programs and promising practices. See the in-depth reporting on housing and homelessness from NPR and WNPR Build Leadership in the Field We provide support…

The Stories We Tell

…your community more vibrant, rather than suggesting people with lower incomes will diminish your quality of life. Just as we tell children they can do anything they put their minds to, we have to start telling one another stories that support solutions to homelessness and the lack of housing for people of all incomes. Recognizing that the stories we tell become our shared reality, the

A Personal Reflection by Melville Trust President Susan Thomas

…people during a pandemic than let the ACA stand. At the same time those who are so desperate to defend life in the name of their faith cannot see past their self-righteousness long enough to defend the lives of all human beings, regardless of immigration status, wealth or race. To them I ask, what happened to the mandate to care for “the least of these”?…

Sharing News of Our Decision to Close Firebox

…summer. The Kitchen at Billings Forge is reopening in June, along with the catering business and the weekly farmers market at Billings Forge. The Kitchen at the Public Library is planning to open with outside seating in late June. A new class of trainees will start their journeys then as well. Along with our partners at Forge City Works, the Melville Trust will be exploring…

Melville Trust’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…

Melville Charitable Trust Selects Its Next President

…BS in Accounting from the University of Maryland. We are tremendously proud and excited that Susan will be the Trust’s new leader. Her background in innovative philanthropy, her deep experience leading collaborative efforts to end homelessness, and her passion for this work will be invaluable assets in her new leadership role at the Trust. Please join us in congratulating her! Best, Stephen Melville, Board Chair…

The Issue

…is experiencing housing instability has an increased risk of losing their home if they abuse substances. Young people aging out of foster care or individuals exiting the justice system without supports in place. Between 11 and 37 percent of youth aging out of foster care experience homelessness and an additional 25 to 50 percent live in unstable housing after they leave the foster care system….

Rebecca Allen

…of supported employment and integration of peers into the workforce throughout the region. She holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Connecticut. Becca was a past recipient of the “Unsung Hero” Award bestowed by the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill in Dane County, Wisconsin, and a recipient of the 2006 “Manager of the Year” Award from the State of Connecticut, Department…

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…

About

…and innovations in ending homelessness. We use this experience to inform our investments in organizations that support the expansion of scalable, cost-effective, and empowering solutions to end homelessness. Our grantmaking is grounded in three simple beliefs: Homelessness in the wealthiest democracy in the world is scandalous. Ending homelessness is within our reach. All we need is the political will to make it happen. Safe, healthy,…

Aimee Hendrigan

…BIPOC and LGTBQ young people. In addition, the Trust’s investments in the Hartford neighborhood of Frog Hollow have always been close to her heart and, in her current role, she ensures the sound physical, financial, and operational management of the properties and the nonprofits that work in those spaces, many of them grantees of the Trust. She is a board member of one of those…

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