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

…equity in the allocation of federal and state emergency funds. All told, FHO has supported 23 direct response efforts on the local level. They include COVID response work by the Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center to halt evictions and find space for unhoused people in hotels; efforts by StreetRoots to distribute supplies to homeless people in Portland, Oregon; and Power4STL’s provision of hygiene services and

Our Story

…foundation’s next President—its third leader in 30 years—after serving as the Trust’s Program Director. In that role she led the foundation’s housing and racial equity efforts and managed a state and national portfolio of grants supporting solutions to homelessness. Susan was chosen for her visionary leadership, longstanding commitment to advancing racial equity, and deep experience fostering successful collaboration between sectors and agencies.      …

How We Are Working to “Meet the Moment”

…all to see. The pandemic has demonstrated just how vulnerable people are when they do not have a safe place to call home; the growing financial inequality across our nation; the fragility of our inadequate safety nets; and the impact of racist housing, health and economic policies that have left Black and Brown Americans at particular risk of death, job loss and financial ruin. And

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…

Reflections and Gratitude from Our Executive Director

…like to be retiring soon, and I must admit, the feelings are bittersweet, a mixture of sadness that comes with change and real excitement for what is to come, for me and for the work of ending homelessness. I will dearly miss working with wonderful colleagues across the field who focus their creativity and passion every day on creating homes, ending homelessness, and advancing justice….

Frog Hollow, Hartford

…City Works provides residents and the local Hartford community with dynamic programming centered around healthy food including: The Kitchen: This cafe and bakery provides adult culinary job training for Hartford residents and a successful retail and catering business at Billings Forge and the Hartford Public Library. It’s also our go-to caterer and lunch spot! Youth: Continuing the focus on food and community, Forge City Works…

Secure Jobs Connecticut 2.0

…in order to achieve better short- and long-term outcomes for themselves and their families. Support included flexible funds to help with childcare and transportation, assistance with job searches and interviews, and greater coordination across agencies to build a network of effective wrap-around services. Read more about the Secure Jobs Connecticut pilot , the summary evaluation and full evaluation .     The Melville Trust’s Role…

The Stories We Tell

…economic and land use policies, not personal failures, so the way to end homelessness must focus on correcting those policies, not blaming individuals. Lake Research Partners, ASO Communications and HIT Strategies are conducting essential research and message development about who becomes homeless and why, and veteran campaign director Jeffrey Robinson is overseeing the research and launching a comprehensive communications infrastructure. The communications ‘war room’ will…

Melville Trust’s Response to COVID-19

Dear friends, I hope this note finds you healthy and managing as best as possible during this incredibly challenging and uncertain time. As the world grapples with the many new realities of life during this COVID-19 crisis, all of us at the Melville Trust are especially concerned about the individuals, families and communities most impacted – the sick, frontline healthcare workers, and people already living…

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

…violence, trauma and stress related disorders, economic family factors, etc.” These are symptoms of homelessness, not root causes, and it is tremendously alarming that the federal agency responsible for our national response to homelessness does not understand the difference. Just as the pandemic has exposed racial and economic injustices, and the videoed murders of innocent black people has laid bare the country’s deep racial biases,…

Melville Charitable Trust Selects Its Next President

and galvanizing support for a common cause. We believe her leadership will open new avenues for investing in visionary organizations, advancing racial equity, and fostering deep collaboration between sectors. “I am truly honored to serve and lead this wonderful foundation,” said Thomas. “I joined the Trust over five years ago because of its unwavering commitment to ending homelessness and its strategic support of systems change….

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and affordable housing is key to ending homelessness. We are funders and conveners, leaders and advocates for long-term sustainable change. We are inspired and united by the vision of a society where everyone has a place that they can call home–safe, decent, and affordable places in healthy, economically thriving and supportive communities. We identify, support, and promote practices that are most effective in ending homelessness….

A Personal Reflection by Melville Trust President Susan Thomas

…affected Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and LGBTQ Youth and Young Adults – because that is what is needed and what is the right thing to do. Faith without works is dead. My fervent hope is that my brothers and sisters will do more than send thoughts and prayers and seek more than hollow victories that do nothing for the “least of these.”…

Housing is Healthcare and Connecticut Needs More of It

…has been presented between preventing a catastrophic wave of evictions and housing those who are already experiencing homelessness. This is a false and harmful choice. This spring we came to understand what advocates have been saying for years—housing is healthcare. Sheltering in place to prevent the spread of a highly contagious and deadly virus is not an option when you have no home, and maintaining…

The Issue

…report. For data on the state of housing and homelessness in Connecticut see information from our grantee partners, the Partnership for Strong Communities and Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness. Why do people become homeless? Homelessness as we know it today can be traced to massive funding cuts to federal affordable housing programs, welfare and mental health care, which began in the 1970’s. Most individuals and

Alyia Gaskins Joins the Trust as Senior Program Officer

The Trust is thrilled to announce that Alyia Gaskins has joined our team as Senior Program Officer. Alyia’s work will primarily focus on housing affordability and housing stability as key components of preventing and ending homelessness for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). A public health strategist and urban planner, Alyia has over 10 years of experience developing and executing large-scale initiatives and partnerships….

Alyia Gaskins

Alyia Gaskins joined the Trust as Senior Program Officer in November 2020. Alyia’s work primarily focuses on housing affordability and housing stability as key components of preventing and ending homelessness for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). A public health strategist and urban planner, Alyia has over 10 years of experience developing and executing large-scale initiatives and partnerships. Previously, Alyia served as Assistant Director…

Sharing News of Our Decision to Close Firebox

…Magazine and The New York Times—Firebox has always been a convivial gathering spot, with a lively bar, innovative food, unforgettable cocktails and loyal customers. Staff hail from the Frog Hollow neighborhood and beyond, and have always been the heart and soul of Firebox’s unique charm. Looking back at these achievements, it is with heavy hearts that we share the news of our decision to close…

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