Home for Good
What is it?
Real progress happens when we work together. That’s why Home For Good (HFG) empowers people who are in a position to advance solutions that end homelessness—from programs to improve shelters and expand healthcare access to strategies that define a path to ending senior homelessness, and so much more.
Home For Good unites philanthropists, service providers, elected officials, government agencies, and community members around shared priorities to support our unhoused neighbors. These efforts are funded with the help of public and private investors in the Home for Good Funders Collaborative, the largest effort of its kind.
What's the impact?
- Raised and aligned more than $62 million in private funding through the Funders Collaborative, leveraging more than $5 billion in public resources
- Developed L.A. County’s Coordinated Entry System (CES) which has since been promoted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, and the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness
- Drafted Proposition HHH and Measure H—two successful ballot measures which have expanded L.A.’s homeless services system and affordable housing supplySee
- Set new standards for helping people living in encampments successfully transition into stable housing