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California Homelessness & Housing Policy Funders Network Call: California's Roadmap HOME 2030 Initiative

Tuesday, June 30 | 12:00pm PT

California’s Roadmap HOME 2030 is an initiative to develop and implement a “Marshall Plan” for statewide housing and homelessness solutions. Under the leadership of Housing California and the California Housing Partnership, the initiative aims to bring together cross-sector experts and partners to clearly communicate the need for affordable housing in the state, outline what it will take to meet the need by 2030, then influence the state policy agenda to move legislation and investments in the right direction.

This call will help funders in California understand the “whys” and “hows” of Roadmap HOME, as well as how philanthropy can be a collaborative partner in shaping and supporting the framework of the policy agenda to enact large scale structural change across the state.

Learning Objectives:

During this California Homelessness & Housing Policy Funder Network call, participants will:

  • Learn about the Roadmap HOME 2030 initiative and its goals to shape the policy agenda for homelessness and housing solutions in California.
  • Understand philanthropy’s role in the development and implementation of the 10-year policy blueprint.
  • Engage in discussion around informing and supporting the statewide initiative.

 

Speakers:

 

How to Register

Participation is limited to private funders in California. Only private funders (e.g. foundations, United Ways, corporate giving programs, philanthropy serving organizations, and members of Funders Together) located in California or do grantmaking in California will be allowed to participate. If you have questions about your eligibility, please email Lauren Bennett

Please RSVP below and Lauren Bennett, Director of Communications and Policy, will send you a calendar invite with the Zoom call-in information. To make this as engaging as possible, we hope participants will join via videoconference.  

The California Homelessness and Housing Policy Funders Network is generously supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.  

 

WHEN
June 30, 2020 at 12pm - 1pm
CONTACT
Lauren Bennett ·
40 RSVPS
Kailyn FitzGerald Khanh Russo Kay Fernandez Smith Christa Brown Kim Johnson Tiann Ortiz Amy Denhart Monica Ball Pedro Paz Crispin Delgado Anna Song Seyron Foo Erin Gilbert Sarah Frankfurth Alex Schafran Vy Nguyen Michelle Schneidermann Roger Perez Ben Winter Ann Sewill Chris Hubbard Kristin Aldana-Taday Debbie McKeon Ron Milam Chris Block Emma Heffernan Erin Jackson-Ward Andrea Evans Yali Lincroft Debbie Reznick Ashley Brand

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