1. Our News

    “Start Out Right”: A celebration of National Catholic Schools Week

    Catholic Education February 2, 2016 By Sister Rosemarie Nassif, SSND, Ph.D.

    In observance of National Catholic Schools Week, Sister Rosemarie Nassif, Director of the Foundation’s Catholic Sisters Initiative, discusses the three “w’s” that are essential in delivering the promise of Catholic education and the current defining moment of Catholic Schools.

  2. Our News

    Unprecedented Collaboration and Momentum to Solve Homelessness

    Homelessness January 12, 2016 By Andrea Iloulian, Kristin Aldana-Taday

    Our 5th annual Chronic Homelessness convening showcased an unprecedented level of collaboration and forward momentum taking place in our city and county’s history to end homelessness.

  3. Our News

    A Message from our new President and CEO, Peter Laugharn

    January 4, 2016

    A message from Peter Laugharn, our new President and CEO.

  4. Our News

    Client Voice Matters

    Homelessness December 22, 2015 By Kristin Aldana-Taday

    Kristin Aldana-Taday, Program Associate for the Foundation’s Homlessness initiative, sat down with Mark Horvath of Invisible People; Ann English, program manager for Corporation for Supportive Housing’s Speak Up!; and Vikki Vickers, one of the program’s advocates, to learn more about their partnership to share the stories of formerly homeless individuals.

  5. Our News

    A Message from our Chairman

    December 21, 2015 By Steven M. Hilton

    Steve Hilton, our Chairman, President & CEO talks about his pending retirement and his plans to stay on as the Foundation’s Chairman.

  6. Our News

    The Power of Effective Messaging

    Substance Use Prevention December 9, 2015 By Tenille Metti

    On November 10 and 11, we hosted our third annual Substance Use Prevention grantee and stakeholder convening in Washington, D.C. Grantees and partners came together to learn about progress in advancing screening and early intervention approaches for youth, as well as to discuss emerging issues, and network with practitioners and experts in the field.

  7. Our News

    Giving Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS a Strong Start

    Children Affected by HIV and AIDS December 1, 2015 By Lisa Bohmer

    On this World AIDS Day we salute all of our grantee partners and their efforts to support young children and families living in communities impacted by HIV and AIDS. In particular, we want to appreciate all of the visionary leaders of community-based organizations that are part of this effort.

  8. Our News

    Homelessness Advocacy Efforts that Really Move the Needle

    Homelessness November 5, 2015 By Andrea Iloulian, John Bauters

    In this article about the role of advocacy in moving the needle toward ending homelessness, we share three ideas for a successful advocacy campaign to achieve greater impact.