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HOME FOR GOOD FUNDERS COLLABORATIVE

Bringing together private philanthropy and public agencies to jointly invest in solutions to homelessness in Los Angeles County. Funders Collaborative Overview2017-2018 Funded Partners

FUNDERS COLLABORATIVE MEMBERS

PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

Aileen Getty Foundation

Annenberg Foundation

Anthony & Jeanne Pritzker Family Foundation

California Apartment Association

California Community Foundation

Cedars-Sinai

City National Bank

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

CSH

Downtown Business Association

Enterprise Community Partners

Goldman Sachs

J.P. Morgan Chase

Jewish Community Foundation

Kaiser Permanente

Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles

Pacific Western Bank

Penta Group

Real Change Movement

Snak King Corporation

Susan & Eric Smidt/Harbor Freight Tools Foundation

The California Endowment

The Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation

The Reissa Foundation

UniHealth Foundation

United Way of Greater Los Angeles

Wells Fargo Foundation

W.M. Keck Foundation

Weingart Foundation

PUBLIC FUNDERS

City of Bellflower

City of Burbank

City of Carson

City of Culver City

City of Lynwood

City of Los Angeles

City of Norwalk

City of Pasadena

City of Pomona

City of Redondo Beach

City of Santa Monica

City of West Hollywood

Corporation for National & Community Service

County of Los Angeles

Housing Authority City of Los Angeles

Housing Authority County of Los Angeles

L.A. City Council, CD 14

L.A. County Board of Supervisors, SD 2

L.A. County Board of Supervisors, SD 3

L.A. County Board of Supervisors, SD 4

L.A. County Department of Health Services

L.A. County Department of Mental Health

L.A. County Department of Public Health

L.A. Homeless Services Authority

L.A. Housing and Community Investment Dept.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

V.A. Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System

FUNDERS COLLABORATIVE MISSION & STRATEGIES

We believe in building a pathway home for all of our homeless neighbors, starting with the most vulnerable. We believe that philanthropy will play a critical role in expanding resources and capacity to ensure our system is able to bring all our homeless neighbors home for good.

The Home For Good Funders Collaborative creates and sustains community, public and private partnerships that synergize resources, influence and networks toward meaningful solutions to homelessness in LA County, through the following strategies:

  • Align and pool funding in order to match and multiply investments
  • Maximize the impact of all funding by braiding public and private investments to enable innovative and responsive but sustainable solutions
  • Establish community-informed funding priorities among members to drive large-scale change
  • Build platforms and tools that help promote partnership and shared actions

We are proud to continue partnering to bring our most vulnerable homeless neighbors home for good.

2017 – 2018 FUNDED PARTNERS

A Community of Friends
Antelope Valley Domestic Violence Council (Valley Oasis)
Ascencia
Bellflower Kingdom Causes
Bridge to Home
Broken Hearts Ministry
Center at Blessed Sacrament
Chrysalis Center
City of Long Beach
Clifford Beers Housing
Community Partners
Door of Hope
Downtown Women’s Center
Edelman Westside Mental Health Center
Exodus Recovery

Harbor Interfaith Services
Hathaway-Sycamores
Help Line Youth Counseling
Homeless Healthcare Los Angeles
Housing Works
Kingdom Causes Bellflower
LA Family Housing
LAMP Community
LINC Housing Corporation
Mental Health America LA
Mercy Housing
National Health Foundation
New Directions for Veterans
PATH
PATH Ventures
Providence Little Company of Mary

Safe Place for Youth (SPY)
SCHARP
SHARE
Skid Row Housing Trust
Sojourn OPCC
SRO Housing
SSG-HOPICS
St. Joseph Center
St. Margaret Center
The Village Family Services
Union Station Homeless Services
USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation
Venice Community Housing
Volunteers of America of LA
Weingart Center Association
Whittier First Day
WLCAC
YWCA San Gabriel Valley

ABOUT THE FUNDERS COLLABORATIVE

The Home For Good Funders Collaborative has been a pivotal philanthropic force in our community’s progress to secure sufficient resources to end homelessness. This initiative of more than 30 public and private funders has been strategic and early supporters of systems change and testing solutions to bring to scale. Collectively, the members of the Funders Collaborative have committed over $33.5M in philanthropic investment, which has leveraged over $1BM in public resources. By pairing catalytic, innovative funding available through private philanthropy with more restrictive, yet larger and more sustainable public resources, our community has been able to unlock essential housing opportunities for those who need them most.