Combatting Veteran Homelessness
We invest in organizations that
– help veterans experiencing homelessness find safe, secure housing,
– support these veterans with employment assistance and wellbeing programs, and
– provide services that keep veterans housed.
Our investments enable service providers to help veterans regardless of income or discharge status.
On a given night in the United States, there are more than 33,000 veterans experiencing homelessness. Former service members are at greater risk of being unhoused than other Americans, but this gap is closing.
Veteran homelessness is an intricate issue. Prioritizing stable, permanent housing as quickly as possible — while supplying supportive services in mental health care, substance abuse treatment, and job training — can increase positive outcomes.