We fund initiatives that have an impact on:
individuals – by improving the quality of life and housing opportunities for groups of individuals;
the wider community (sometimes defined by geography or the target group) – by having an impact that goes beyond the direct beneficiaries of a project (i.e., by encouraging the replication of proven solutions and amplifying the collective voice of homeless people);
organisations – by enabling organisations to develop financial stability, create a robust infrastructure and address identified weaknesses; and
society – by changing systems and services (e.g., securing mainstream funding for new and proven solutions or removing structural and cultural barriers that hamper individual success). Projects funded include those that mobilise communities, but also those that persuade, negotiate and demonstrate the efficacy of change.