Our programming is designed to connect and educate funders who are working to improve the lives of people experiencing homelessness throughout the United States. Our events and webinars provide you with the opportunity to develop strategic relationships, exchange valuable information, and highlight your work.
If you are interested in co-hosting or sponsoring a networking event, please contact Jennifer Olney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not logged into the Funders Together website, times below are in eastern time. If you are logged in, times below should reflect your current time zone. If you have any questions about the timing of events, please contact Jennifer Olney at email@example.com.
Also, be sure to check out how you can collaborate with other funders through our Employment Community of Practice, Foundations for Employment and Housing, and our new Youth Network.
This local learning opportunity, originally scheduled in March, will focus on youth homelessness in the Greater Boston area. Please register below.
This funder-focused event is open to foundations, United Ways, individual philanthropists, philanthropy serving organizations, and invited guests only. Please contact us regarding requests to extend an invitation. This event is not an opportunity for fundraising. Thank you!
Across the country, student homelessness is rising. Despite increasing numbers, these students – as well as the school liaisons and state coordinators who support them – report that student homelessness remains an invisible and extremely disruptive problem. Whether students experience homelessness with their families or alone, for a week or a year, the experience is extremely damaging to their ability to stay in school and on track.
Funders Together to End Homelessness invites you to join this webinar to hear from experts who will highlight learnings from their own work at the intersection of education and homelessness and opportunities to get involved.
An overview of the current state of student homelessness.
How the education system is uniquely suited to address student homelessness.
Key policies and practices being implemented across the country.
What funders and communities are doing across the country.
Opportunities to engage in this work to increase housing stability and improve outcomes for students.
Hidden in Plain Sight report
Education Leads Home: A National Campaign Building a Stronger Future for Homeless Students
When School is Your Home
Educational Opportunity for Homeless Students
This event is intended for private funders, United Ways, Philanthropy Serving Organizations (PSOs), and/or members of Funders Together. Before you invite non-members or non-funders to participate, please contact Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are excited to announce that we will once again be offering an extended Funders Institute throughout the National Conference on Ending Homelessness. In addition to the valuable content planned for conference participants, each day will feature workshop sessions planned by Funders Together with content and discussion exclusively for private funders*.
This new format means you can register for the conference AND the Institute through Funders Together. Funders should NOT register through the National Alliance to End Homelessness. If you have any questions, please reach out to Jennifer Olney at email@example.com.
*Please note this event is exclusively for private funders including foundations and United Ways.
As funders increasingly turn their attention to preventing homelessness, we must also consider what it means to be both intentional and intersectional.
Join us at the 2018 Funders Institute, held in conjunction with the National Conference on Ending Homelessness, to learn how funders are uniquely positioned to help prevent homelessness. We will discuss how funders are thinking about prevention and how working intentionally with other systems is critical for success. Together, we’ll explore the intersections of homelessness and health, education, workforce development, criminal justice, and more.
Ending homelessness is too important for us to continue working alone. It is more important than ever for us to start working together, across silos, to strengthen other systems and prevent homelessness before it starts. Join this conversation to learn how other systems are thinking about housing stability and how your work is already helping to prevent homelessness. Throughout the day you will also hear from funders what they’re doing to prevent homelessness in their communities and specific ideas you can take home.
Don’t forget, this year’s Funders Institute will continue throughout the conference with more opportunities to connect with your funder peers and learn about what’s happening across the country.