Each year, the Funders Collaborative works to identify critical needs and current opportunities where private funding may catalyze change in housing and homelessness. We are currently focusing our energy and investments around the following 3 (THREE) core goals:
All of the funding opportunities outlined in this RFP and in other funding opportunities hosted or shared by the Funders Collaborative this year will center around these goals.
We welcome eligible applicants for any or all of the opportunities below!
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ARE YOU A NONPROFIT IN NEED OF CAPACITY BUILDING SUPPORT?
Open application for organizations with capacity building needs serving individuals experiencing homelessness and supportive housing developers. Opportunity for assessment, technical assistance, and one-time organizational capacity costs.
HAVE A BOLD IDEA ON HOW TO IMPROVE HOMELESS SERVICES?
Searching for nonprofit and for-profit organizations to submit bold ideas to scale homeless service delivery solutions in prize competition.
GOT AN INNOVATIVE IDEA ON HOW TO BUILD HOUSING FASTER & CHEAPER?
Call for innovative ideas from nonprofit and for-profit organizations to support faster and cheaper development of supportive housing through unconventional building techniques, cost-effective construction models, and nontraditional financing mechanisms.
UNITD WAY RFP
Our Vision: For all low-income families and individuals to have a place called home. Our goals are:
If you are a homeless service provider, nonprofit housing developer or systems change leader working on either of these goals in Los Angeles County, you are eligible to apply!
For more information on funding opportunities currently available through LAHSA, please visit: https://www.lahsa.org/funding/
ENTERPRISE COMMUNITY PARTNERS
EMERGENCY FOOD & SHELTER PROGRAM
To be eligible, organizations must provide one or more of the following services (organizations may apply for more than one funding area):
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.