Tuesday, December 7, 2021 | 12:00pm ET / 11:00am CT / 10:00am MT / 9:00am PT
As communities around the country battle evictions and the increasing lack of affordable housing, the challenges of preventing and ending homelessness for certain populations have become more pronounced. With the closure of schools and the decline of additional community supports due to COVID, the youth homelessness movement has evolved. Organizations working with young people experiencing homelessness are working to continue to address youth homelessness effectively with age and culturally appropriate models of accommodation and supports.
This call will provide funders the opportunity to meet with national youth homelessness partners to hear how they are approaching their work in the coming year. Funders will also discuss how they can better engage with young people with lived expertise to advance their work both nationally and locally. Participants will be able to have small group discussions with each national organization to learn what key work they are looking to move forward over the next year, as well as provide possible ways for funders to engage to advance the work of the greater movement.
- Engage with organizations that are leading the work in the national youth homelessness work to hear what work they have in the coming year
- Learn about opportunities for funders to advance the national and local efforts to prevent and end youth homelessness
- Explore the policy and advocacy efforts that are happening within the youth homelessness movement and opportunities to partner with key stakeholders
National Partners Participating:
- Youth Collaboratory
- True Colors United
- National Youth Forum on Homelessness
- Chapin Hall
- A Way Home America
- Rapid Results
- Point Source Youth
How to Register:
Please RSVP for this webinar using the button below.
Please note: Participation in Funders Together programming is limited to private funders, United Ways, philanthropy-serving organizations, and/or members of Funders Together. Public funders, government employees, and staff at organizations where grantmaking is not the primary function are not eligible to participate. If you have any questions about your eligibility to participate, please contact Tabitha Blackwell, Director of Networks and Programs.
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