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Invest in America’s Infrastructure by Expanding Access to Affordable Housing

by | July 21, 2021

One of the enduring lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic is how fundamental housing is to us all. As the pandemic raged, our homes became places of safety and sanctuary. Spending more time at home became a public health imperative—with our homes transformed into full-time places of work and school. In the post-pandemic world, working at […]

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Alyia Gaskins Joins the Trust as Senior Program Officer

by | November 9, 2020

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 […]

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Melville in the News

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

Published in insidephilanthropy.com September 16, 2020 What can philanthropy do when crises compound and underfunded needs grow even more urgent, with bleak prospects to come? Whatever their giving priorities, that’s a question a lot of funders have asked themselves in 2020, and it’s especially apt for housing funders. Even before COVID-19, most of the field […]

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Housing in Connecticut

by | January 3, 2018

Overview: An annual report on housing conditions across the state. Publication date: November 2017 Author: Partnership for Strong Communities Get the report

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How Housing Matters

by | April 1, 2016

Key findings from a nationwide survey on Americans’ experiences, attitudes, and perceptions about housing and the role that affordable, stable housing plays in their lives and communities.

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Melville in the News

Putting a Home at the Center of Efforts to End Homelessness

Eight things we’ve learned in our fight to end homelessness.

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