The Face of Homelessness

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Kenya Thompson on Homelessness

The Face of Homelessness I first became familiar with and learned about homelessness at my high school, a private Catholic high school located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Like many high schools, we had a requirement to complete community service hours. In … Continue Reading →

campsite of people experiencing homelessness on the streets

Homelessness Reduced in City of Atlanta in 2022

The City of Atlanta’s most recent Point-in-Time (PIT) Count has been compiled, and the results paint an optimistic picture. For those unfamiliar, the PIT Count is a count of sheltered and unsheltered people experiencing homelessness in Atlanta on a single … Continue Reading →

It Takes a [Rainbow] Village

Rainbow Village received a $17,819 General Grant from ECF in 2018 in partnership with Christ Episcopal Church (Norcross). In its study “Creating High Impact Nonprofits,” the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society concluded the following: Conventional wisdom says that … Continue Reading →