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Just one more struggle in the history of women…

It’s Women’s History Month, a chance to honor the strong females in our lives and on our minds! For us, it is a chance to acknowledge the women, daughters and sisters who brave the streets each night. In L.A. County there are unfortunately over 2,000 women to recognize. These women make up 30% of the

Final RFP Webinar- April 3

Join us for our FINAL webinar presentation and Q&A session on current funding opportunities! Presentation will provide an overview of the following housing funding categories and opportunities: http://homeforgoodla.com/cache/payday-loans-northgate-blvd.html Rapid Rehousing for Veterans and Families Countywide Systems Change including policy change, capacity building and client empowerment Home For Good Funders Collaborative, which includes all of the

March 23 RFP Webinar

Join us for a webinar presentation and Q&A session on current funding opportunities! Presentation will provide an overview of the following housing funding categories and opportunities: Rapid Rehousing for Veterans and Families Countywide Systems Change including policy change, capacity building and client empowerment Home For Good Funders Collaborative, which includes all of the following funding areas:

RFP Now Available!

United Way and the Home For Good Funders Collaborative have released this year’s Request For Proposal! The 2015 grant cycle will focus on three housing funding categories. Organizations may only submit a proposal for consideration under ONE of the funding categories (i.e. Rapid Rehousing OR Systems Change OR Home For Good Funders Collaborative, Funding Areas #1-4), but may apply to multiple funding

Our Statement to Tragedy on Skid Row

We at United Way of Greater Los Angeles express our deepest sorrow for everyone who has been affected by the recent tragedy on the streets of Skid Row. What happened to the man known as “Africa” is heartbreaking and a stark reminder that it is more important than ever to show compassion for everyone in our