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

personal protective equipment to people experiencing homelessness in St. Louis. One of the more uplifting tales to emerge from COVID is the speed at which local philanthropies and charities, often in partnership with local governments, were able to get people into emergency shelters and keep more people from becoming homeless amid a confusing flurry of variably enforced eviction moratoria. “There was an incredible amount of…

Our Funding Approach

to take the long view and learn what is working well and from what is less successful. Based on evidence and our own experience over the past 25 years, we believe that ending homelessness requires: a commitment and willingness for all of us to rethink how we do our work, collaborate, and learn together in new ways organizations to cross traditional boundaries and individuals to

How We Are Working to “Meet the Moment”

need created by the pandemic. There are no easy solutions, and we are fully aware that our contributions are only powerful if they are part of a much larger movement. That said, we are pleased to share news about several new funding commitments we’ve made to meet this particular moment in our nation’s history. In order to respond to the urgency of this time, our…

Reflections and Gratitude from Our Executive Director

…an uptick in advocacy, mobilizing and pushing government to do the right things and undo the wrong things. In some parts of the country this new activism is leading to stronger tenant protections, greater investments in housing affordability and supply, and important zoning reforms. It is a time ripe with opportunity for organizing and pushing for change. There is so much work to be done.

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…

A Personal Reflection by Melville Trust President Susan Thomas

…I ask this because I, too, am a woman of faith, and in fact I am obligated to hold my brothers and sisters in Christ accountable to what’s been asked of us. In their defense of life, I wish those same brothers and sisters would get just as angry about the 170,000 families with children who don’t have a home in which to “shelter in

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…and symptoms of poverty in Connecticut by investing in Hartford’s Frog Hollow neighborhood, a community within several blocks of the State Capitol that had long suffered from disinvestment and lack of opportunity. Melville Trust’s mission-related investments in real estate and program development in Frog Hollow targeted both immediate needs and longer-term strategies, recognizing that neighborhood development is an incremental process that takes time. The investments…

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

…proven to have lower costs than other interventions such as transitional housing, studies show Housing First reduces re-entry into the justice system. According to the Urban Institute’s Housing Matters initiative: “Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, like other jurisdictions, implemented Housing First to reduce reentry to jail. Milwaukee found that after a year of service delivery, municipal violations decreased by 82%, and the number of people experiencing homelessness…

Our Story

…and expanding the Trust’s capacity. 2015 and 2016 Working in partnership with other funders, the Trust spearheads the creation of three new initiatives to combat homelessness: A Way Home America: A new movement to prevent and end homeless in for all youth and young adults in the U.S. by 2020. Learn more Secure Jobs Connecticut: A pilot to increase the income of families transitioning out…

The Issue

…country can move the needle on this issue. Over the past 25 years, we have worked in deep partnership to identify, pilot, refine, and promote models that effectively move people into homes and help them stay there. We will continue to: Invest in permanent affordable housing and opportunity for all as a cornerstone to ending homelessness and encourage our peers in the philanthropic sector to

Contact Us

…youth (under 25): The National Runaway Safeline offers free and confidential help by phone (1-800-786-2929), chat, or email. For Veterans: The National Call Center for Homeless Veterans offers free and confidential help by phone 1-877-4AID VET (1-877-424-3838) or chat. For anyone in danger of domestic violence: The Domestic Violence Hotline offers free and confidential help by phone at 1−800−799−SAFE (7233) or 1−800−787−3224 (TTY) or chat. …

Grants

…technological capacity 2006 CT NeighborWorks New Horizons 40,000 A capacity building grant 2006 CT NeighborWorks New Horizons 300,000 A program related investment to support acquisition and predevelopment activities over the next four years 2006 CT Norwich Adult Education 6,500 To continue the Office to Access Resources (OAR) program, which will provide information, resources, referrals and personal support to low-income individuals to help them prepare for,…

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…

Housing is Healthcare and Connecticut Needs More of It

…is a project of Partnership for Strong Communities, a grant partner of the Trust.) Any new COVID-19 relief package must include comprehensive support for housing AND homelessness. Specifically, we need ample funds to house people already experiencing homelessness, emergency rental assistance to keep people in their homes and more housing vouchers to help households who cannot afford fair market rents even in good economic times….

Melville Trust’s Response to COVID-19

…on staff and challenging new work conditions. And it means doing everything we can to support our grantee partners. To that end I want to share a few things we have done at the Trust in response to this crisis: • Melville staff have been reaching out to our grantee partners to hear about challenges and urgent concerns and to help strategize where we can….

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…

Frog Hollow, Hartford

…square block area, the Trust began a decade of deep investment in the north end of the neighborhood in 2003. We focused on both immediate needs and longer-term goals with a commitment to generating greater stability in the neighborhood by increasing community health and engagement, developing meaningful employment opportunities, and showcasing the neighborhood as a vibrant place for others to invest in and support. Our…

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…

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