In New York City, more than 62,000 people, at least 23,000 of whom are children, fill municipal shelters every night. Join your funder colleagues in New York for a discussion of innovative solutions and current opportunities to increase housing stability and ultimately end youth and young adult homelessness in the city, hosted by Philanthropy New York and Funders Together to End Homelessness.
- The elements that made for a successful campaign to end chronic veteran homelessness in New York City, and how to adapt them to address homelessness among other populations;
- The intersectionality of homelessness and other social issues and how housing stability can improve outcomes in health, education, justice reform, and inequality;
- The innovative solutions and best practices that are improving housing stability and ending homelessness across the country and in New York City;
- The role philanthropy plays in shaping and supporting efforts to increase housing stability and significantly reduce homelessness.
- Steven Banks, Commissioner, New York City Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services
- Beatriz de la Torre, Managing Director of Housing, Robin Hood
- Aimee Hendrigan, Vice President of Programs, Melville Charitable Trust
- John Kimble, Vice President of Philanthropic Initiatives, Deutsche Bank
- Megan Gibbard Kline, Director, A Way Home America
- Natasha Lifton, Senior Program Officer, The New York Community Trust
- Christine C. Quinn, President & Chief Executive Officer, Win
If you are not a member of Philanthropy New York please reach out to Jennifer Olney. The registration fee will be waived for Funders Together members.