We focus our efforts on crucial efforts including our:
Civil Rights Project - work to end the disturbing trend in communities nationally to punish people for being homeless, while cultivating positive community responses to homelessness.
Surplus Property Project - work with grassroots homeless groups nationally to help them convert vacant federal properties into housing, job training, and childcare facilities for homeless people.
Homeless Children's Education Project - work to ensure homeless children access to a public school education, as required by federal law.
DC Homelessness Prevention Project - work to remove barriers homeless District residents face in accessing vital welfare support services that they need to gain employment and become productive members of society.
National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty
a 501(c)(3) nonprofit (EIN: 52-1633883)