See the funding opportunities we’re currently supporting.

The Home For Good Funders Collaborative seeks to expand the resources available for pilot and proven solutions to homelessness; support grantseekers who are transforming the housing and homelessness space; and promote resource coordination around strategies to end homelessness in L.A. County. The primary way we do this is by providing strategic funding throughout the year to support L.A. County organizations that advocate for and serve people experiencing homelessness.

Current Funding Opportunities

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Other Resources to End Homelessness

The Funders Collaborative brings together public and private partners to collaboratively invest and align resources for greater impact. While the above opportunities are investments coordinated directly by United Way on behalf of the Funders Collaborative and Home For Good, below are current funding opportunities and important resource pages related to housing and homelessness.

Current Homelessness & Housing Funding Opportunities



The Los Angeles Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) RFP has been released and applications will be accepted until April 20, 2022 at 11:59pm. EFSP is a federal program overseen by a local board of nonprofits and government organizations and administered by the United Way of Greater Los Angeles. The program’s purpose is to supplement and expand the work of local organizations providing services to combat food and housing insecurity in Los Angeles. This round will consist of two phases for a two of $30 million in grants. Funding will be determined through a competitive process. UWGLA encourages applications from nonprofit and government organizations for the following areas: meal programs, food banks, food pantries, food box provision, shelter bed operations, hotel/motel assistance, rental and/or mortgage assistance programs, etc.

State of California Family Homelessness Challenge Grant and TA Program

The California Interagency Council on Homelessness will fund innovative applications that accelerate efforts by local jurisdictions and continuums of care to address and end family homelessness by making families’ experiences of homelessness rare, brief, and one-time. Applicants shall present an innovative proposal that includes a self-identified prioritized objective that complements, augments, or strengthens a community’s efforts to address and end family homelessness.

California Community Foundation Open Call for Letters of Inquiry

The California Community Foundation is seeking letters of interest for grants supporting work in improving immigrant health access, behavioral health and health policy and advocacy.

To learn more about the Funders Collaborative, its members, and previous grant opportunities and grantees, please visit our Funders Collaborative page.