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Funders Collaborative

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


"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


"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)

Funded Community Partners

Antelope Valley Domestic Violence Council

A Community of Friends


Door of Hope

Downtown Women’s Center

Exodus Recovery

First to Serve

Good Shepherd

Harbor Interfaith Services

Helpline Youth Counseling

Homeless Healthcare

Housing Works

L.A. Family Housing Corporation

LA Christian Health Centers

LAMP Community

Mental Health America

New Directions

Northeast Mental Health Center

Northeast Valley Health Corp

Ocean Park Community Center

Our Place Housing Solutions

Pacific Clinics

PATH (People Assisting the Homeless)

Providence Little Company of Mary Foundation

SFV Community Mental Health Center



Skid Row Housing Trust

St Margaret’s Center

St. Joseph Center

St. Vincents Cardinal Manning

The Center at Blessed Sacrament

Union Station Homeless Services

U.S. Vets

Venice Community Housing

Volunteers of America LA

Whittier First Day

Watts Labor Community Action Committee

Westside Shelter & Hunger Coalition

Grantseeker Information

Each year, United Way collaboratively invests, along with over 20 other public and private funders, in long-term solutions to end chronic and Veteran homelessness through the Home For Good Funders Collaborative. The Collaborative will provide one year of support for strong, community proposals from each of the eight Service Planning Areas that describe all elements of their comprehensive process for moving chronically homeless people off the streets and into permanent housing via the Coordinated Entry System. Grants may include funds for outreach, housing navigation, move-in costs, and housing retention.

We are not currently accepting proposals. Please check our Grantseekers page for more information once our next cycle open in Spring 2016.

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 Program Officer Zahirah Mann for more information on the Home For Good Funders Collaborative and how to join a future meeting.