Category: Melville in the News
Philanthropy addressing homelessness and a lack of affordable housing is tiny in comparison to public funding, but charitable giving can fill some gaps and has the potential to support real change.
New York City is launching an experimental program that will give some homeless young people no-strings-attached direct cash payments of $1,250 per month as part of a public-private partnership supported by the mayor's office.
As HouseUS works to support more tenants’ right groups, other philanthropic efforts are underway to ensure the federal money is put to good use.
An overview of how the philanthropy is responding and adapting during a tumultuous time.
This spring we came to understand what advocates have been saying for years—housing is healthcare.
The Trust is profiled in this article examining how small foundations can make an outsized impact.
YES! Magazine takes an in-depth look at the housing affordability crisis and solutions popping up in cities and towns across the country.
The Trust joined forces with eight national foundations to create Funders for Housing and Opportunity, a funding collaborative dedicated to ensuring ensure individuals and families across America can afford safe, stable rentals in thriving communities.