New Effort Brings Together Funders Working to End Homelessness in Florida

homelessnessphotoOn a single day and night in January 2014, Florida communities counted more than 41,000 people who were living on the street or in an emergency shelter, according to a recent report by Florida’s Council on Homelessness, while Florida’s public schools recently identified more than 70,000 students as homeless. A growing number of philanthropic organizations in Florida are working to tackle this serious societal issue, and they have now come together through Florida Philanthropic Network (FPN) to tackle the state’s homelessness problem in a unique state-national partnership.

To continue FPN’s efforts to build philanthropy to build a better Florida, we are pleased to announce the launch of a new member affinity group, Funders Together Florida, which is a partnership between FPN and Funders Together to End Homelessness (FTEH), a national network of funders focused on homelessness. Funders Together Florida will be FTEH’s first statewide affiliate.

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Transforming the Lives of Florida’s Women & Girls Through a Collective Philanthropic Voice

Women's Funds

Florida Philanthropic Network is pleased to announce and welcome our newest member affinity group, the Florida Women’s Funding Alliance. The Alliance seeks to transform the lives of women and girls through FPN members’ collective voice and resources. Continue reading