End Longterm Homelessness’s approach is based on documented research which shows that supportive housing and other related strategies are cost-effective solutions to end homelessness.
Specific objectives for us are to:
Generate the philanthropic commitment necessary to transform political will and policies, by leveraging at least $100 million in funding from other national and locally-based foundations, financial institutions and businesses
Build 150,000 units of permanent supportive housing for the more than 250,000 people experiencing homeless in the United States, and
Provide the services needed to tackle homelessness.