For the grant period July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2024, HAFI invested in six nonprofit organizations and one pooled fund, all located in Philadelphia. These grants support engagement with individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness as they work to access and sustain permanent housing. Priority was placed on organizations led by Black and brown individuals, as well as organizations that have committed to racial equity and intersectionality as organizational drivers, as evidenced by organizational goals, structure, operations and processes.

  • Ark of Safety (fiscal sponsor - Mazzoni Center):
    Ark of Safety is a faith-based LGBTQ+ haven that provides housing and other supports to transgender women of color experiencing homelessness.

  • Trans Resilience Fund (one year grant):
    Trans Resilience Fund, an initiative of Gender Justice Fund, uses a participatory grantmaking process in which a committee of trans and non-binary community members sets guidelines and makes funding decisions, in support of regional trans communities.

  • Growing Resilient Communities:
    Growing Resilient Communities provides supportive services, community spaces and housing supports that promote healing and growth for young people ages 17-26 in Philadelphia.

  • Nationalities Service Center :
    Nationalities Service Center serves as the Greater Philadelphia region’s largest refugee resettlement agency. Among other services, NSC provides direct financial support, including assistance with security deposits, rent and furniture, to help vulnerable newcomers transition into permanent housing.

  • SELF, Inc.:
    SELF, Inc. provides emergency and permanent housing supports as well as evidence-based programming and supportive services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

  • Women Against Abuse:
    Women Against Abuse is Philadelphia’s leading domestic violence advocate and service provider and among the largest domestic violence agencies in the country. Among their core services, WAA’s Safe at Home program provides survivors with community-based case management and financial assistance to safely transition to homes in the community.

  • Women’s Community Revitalization Project :
    Women’s Community Revitalization Project develops affordable housing; provides supportive services; advocates for policy change; and honors and promotes leadership, dignity and justice for low-income women, their families and communities.

Homeless Assistance Fund, Inc. · PO Box 27785 · Philadelphia, PA 19118 · 267-297-7661

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