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Funders Collaborative

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In the last four years, the Home For Good Funders Collaborative has jointly invested over $650 million public resources and private philanthropy in permanent solutions to homelessness in Los Angeles County.

Funders Collaborative Members

PHILANTHROPY

"By leveraging funding from foundations like ours with new and existing resources, the Home For Good Funders Collaborative is able to accomplish far more than any one funder could on its own." - Fred Ali, President and CEO of the Weingart Foundation

PUBLIC SECTOR

"The Home For Good Funders Collaborative is one of the most powerful elements of LA’s plan to end chronic and veteran homelessness. The Funders Collaborative brings together City and County, Public and Private, non-profit and business into an aligned decision making process that ensures we deploy our collective resources for maximum impact” – Doug Guthrie, President and CEO of the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA)

Currently Funded Partners

A COMMUNITY OF FRIENDS

ASCENCIA

CLIFFORD BEERS HOUSING

CSH (CORPORATION FOR SUPPORTIVE HOUSING)

DOOR OF HOPE

DOWNTOWN WOMEN’S CENTER

HARBOR INTERFAITH SERVICES, INC.

HOMELESS HEALTHCARE LOS ANGELES

HOUSING WORKS

LA FAMILY HOUSING

LA HOUSE OF RUTH

LAMP COMMUNITY/OPCC

LINC HOUSING CORPORATION

MERCY HOUSING

NEW DIRECTIONS

PATH (PEOPLE ASSISTING THE HOMELESS)

PATH VENTURES

SKID ROW HOUSING TRUST

SRO HOUSING

SSG- HOPICS

ST. JOSEPH CENTER

STEP UP ON SECOND

UNION STATION HOMELESS SERVICES

VALLEY OASIS (ANTELOPE VALLEY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COUNCIL)

VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA LOS ANGELES

WATTS LABOR COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITEE

Grantseekers

Each year, United Way collaboratively invests, along with over 20 other public and private funders, in long-term solutions to homelessness through the Home For Good Funders Collaborative. The Collaborative has supported a variety of programs and systems since it began funding in 2010. These have included, the growth and expansion of the Coordinated Entry System, permanent supportive housing development, essential systems and services, and community capacity building.

We are not currently accepting proposals. Please check our Grantseekers page for more information about our most recent RFP, for reference.

Join the Funders Collaborative

Interested in joining other action-oriented and community-focused corporations, foundations and public agencies in ending homelessness in L.A.? Want to play a role in shaping the strategic vision of L.A.’s work to end homelessness? Would you like to increase your impact by leveraging your grantmaking?

Contact our team member Emily Bradley for more information on the Home For Good Funders Collaborative and how to join a future meeting.