Funders play a critical role in supporting our mission, allowing us to support community development organizations on the ground, aggregate and invest capital for impact and advance housing policy at every level of government.
Meet some of our generous funders who partner with us for impact:
Meet our additional funders:
Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
Annie E. Casey Foundation
The Chicago Community Trust
Citi Community Development
City National Bank
Cleveland Neighborhood Progress
Colorado Health Foundation
Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
|Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
Morgan Stanley & Morgan Stanley Foundation
Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation
Polk Bros. Foundation Inc.
Saint Luke's Foundation of Cleveland Ohio
The San Francisco Foundation
Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland
Meet all of our philanthropic donors in our annual report.
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One in five entrants to the New York City shelter system come directly from state prison. Unfortunately, there are systematic barriers that affect their ability to access stable housing – foundational to rebuilding their lives. Through our Justice Involved Homes program, supported by JPMorgan Chase, we are building the capacity of affordable housing providers and other stakeholders in New York provide homes for this population and connect them to services that stabilize and uplift their lives.
Support for Renters and Owners
Pictured: Abrehet Seifu, Woldeslase Welezgu and their kids at home in High Place West Apartments, Santa Monica.
Through a combination of grants, coalition-building and support services, the Local Rental Owners Collaborative in Los Angeles, supported by the Chan Zuckerberg Foundation and facilitated by Enterprise, is helping stabilize and improve housing for those who need it most — particularly within Black and Brown communities impacted most by the pandemic and decades of exclusionary housing policies. The effort supports local, independent rental owners at risk of foreclosure and helps avoid displacement of tenants struggling to pay rent. Learn more about the collaborative.
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