We fund initiatives that have an impact on:
individual outcomes – 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);
organisational strength – 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).