The Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness and Funders Together to End Homelessness (FTEH) are pleased to announce the launch of Funders Together to End Homelessness Canada (FTEHC) as a new national affiliate network of FTEH.
Funders Together Canada is a national network of funders committed to preventing and ending homelessness through: leadership, education and advocacy; strategic communication and grant making; and, effective promotion and replication of promising practices at home and across Canada. Funders Together Canada is an affiliate network of Funders Together, based in Boston, Massachusetts.
Members of the FTEHC network will get:
Membership in an international funders’ community. Funders Together boasts an international network of over 160 members from across the U.S. and Canada.
Access to premium, members-only content, including webinars, member profiles and the Funders Together bulletin including tailored Canadian content.
Access to funders’ networking events including an annual Canadian Funders’ Forum at the National Conference on Ending Homelessness.
- Reduced rates at the Funders Together to End Homelessness annual conferences and webinars and the CAEH National Conference on Ending Homelessness. The FTEH Funders Institute and Funders Forum on Family & Youth Homelessness are inspiring and unique annual conferences designed to bring funders from across the Canada and the US together to engage in discourse about catalytic, outcomes-focused philanthropy and funders’ roles in systems change. This year, FTEH is launching a series of webinars as part of their Learning Series. Members of FTEHC will also be entitled to a 10% discount off registration to Canada’s premier housing and homelessness conference, the National Conference on Ending Homelessness.
For more information or to join, visit the Funders Together to End Homelessness Canada website or contact Trish Muntain.
Funders Together Canada welcomes all funders committed to improving the outcomes for people caught in the web of poverty. Because homelessness has no single cause or solution, our members will be those engaged in various kinds of grant making. Some are specifically focused on homelessness. Others work to improve related areas like health care, education, child welfare, domestic violence, and food security. Our members will represent all types of funders - foundations, charities, corporate giving programs, municipal governments and United Ways.
Catherine Donnelly Foundation
City of Hamilton
City of Lethbridge
City of Windsor
Edmonton Community Foundation
Home Depot Foundation
Homeward Trust – Edmonton
Medicine Hat Community Housing Society
Ontario Trillium Foundation
United Way London & Middlesex
United Way of Greater Simcoe County
United Way of Kingston
United Way of Saskatoon
United Way of Ottawa
Vancity Community Foundation