• The People Concern
    $725,000 through December, 2022

    To provide capital support for the construction of a new 177 bed shelter in West Los Angeles that will connect residents to case managers to help secure documentation and services individuals need to become permanently housed in the community.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: November, 2020
  • United Way Inc.
    $1,200,000 through November, 2021

    To increase the permanent housing placements of clients moving out of interim housing sites, making those interim housing beds available to safely bring more people off the streets, particularly seniors of color who are disproportionately impacted by homelessness and COVID-19 in Los Angeles County.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: November, 2020
  • Brilliant Corners
    $5,250,000 through November, 2022

    $3.5 million in capital funding for 912 new interim housing beds in partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, $500,000 to increase permanent housing placements for individuals released from state prisons to L.A. County, and $1.25 million for capacity building to establish an Operations Division within Brilliant Corners’ Housing Services Department to enhance its growing role in implementing efforts to end homelessness in L.A. County.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: November, 2020
  • The African Early Childhood Network Registered Trustees
    $913,000 through October, 2022

    To support national and regional advocacy on the importance of nurturing care.

    Homelessness International Awarded: November, 2020
  • Corporation for Supportive Housing
    $150,000 through September, 2021

    to plan and implement a systemic approach to increasing the voice and power of those with lived expertise of homelessness within the homeless response system in Los Angeles County.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: September, 2020
  • St. Joseph Center
    $800,000 through August, 2022

    To launch a job training program for people experiencing or who recently experienced homelessness, focusing on those re-entering the workforce after incarceration.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: August, 2020
  • United Way Inc.
    $2,500,000 through August, 2022

    To launch a Shelter Improvement Fund to help shelter owners and operators overcome barriers to creating quality, culturally competent, and trauma-informed facilities, ultimately improving the flow of the street to permanent home process for individuals experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: August, 2020
  • Watts Labor Community Action Committee
    $120,000 through November, 2021

    to provide capacity support for WLCAC's homelessness and housing services division and strengthen service provision for individuals experiencing homelessness in South Los Angeles.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: June, 2020
  • National Low Income Housing Coalition and Low Income Housing
    $100,000 through June, 2021

    to support Opportunity Starts at Home, a multi-sector national campaign to ensure that marginalized households with the lowest incomes, which disproportionately includes people of color, have safe, accessible, and affordable homes.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: June, 2020
  • New Venture Fund
    $50,000 through April, 2021

    to support Funders for Housing and Opportunity (FHO), a cross-sector, non-partisan, national collaborative committed to bettering life outcomes for rent burdened households and individuals experiencing homelessness through permanent housing.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: May, 2020