Focus Area: housing

Adults and Youth United Development Association Inc

March 2, 2018

AYUDA is a bilingual, grassroots non-profit community group founded in 1992 for the purpose of advocating for quality healthcare, better housing, environmental protection standards, education and leadership training for youth and community and economic development in San Elizario, Texas

child care, community development, community organizing, criminal justice, education, elder care, employment, environment, food security/access to health food, health care, housing, immigration, LGBT, transportation, voter engagement, workers rights, youth

American Indians in Texas – Spanish Colonial Missions

March 2, 2018

The American Indians in Texas at the Spanish Colonial Missions (AIT-SCM) is a nonprofit organization established by the Tap Pilam Coahuiltecan Nation, descendants of the aboriginal people who populated South Texas and Northeast Mexico. The organization works for the preservation and protection of the culture and traditions of the Native American tribes and other indigenous people who resided in the Spanish colonial missions. AIT-SCM provides a wide array of programs that address the social needs and cultural aspirations of the diverse indigenous communities in San Antonio, Texas. American Indians in Texas at the Spanish Colonial Missions is a proud member of the San Antonio Fatherhood Campaign.

civic engagement, community organizing, criminal justice, education, environment, housing, Native Americans, race equality, voter engagement, youth

tiny homes; affordable housing, Marguerite Casey Foundation, poverty, families, housing, homeless, homelessness, storytelling, Georgia Perry, Journalism Fellowship

Are Tiny Homes a Solution to Homelessness?

February 14, 2017

Marguerite Casey Foundation awards Journalism Fellowships and Scholarships to focus on families working for equity and justice – and to challenge how the public thinks about poverty. Georgia Perry, a 2016 Fellow, looks at affordable housing and families.


Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Los Angeles

March 2, 2018

Our mission is to advocate for civil rights, provide legal services and education, and build coalitions to positively influence and impact Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders and to create a more equitable and harmonious society.

civic engagement, community development, community organizing, education, elder care, employment, food security/access to health food, health care, housing, immigration, LGBT, race equality, voter engagement, youth

Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN)

March 2, 2018

All people have a right to a clean and healthy environment in which their communities can live, work, learn, play and thrive. Towards this vision, APEN brings together a collective voice to develop an alternative agenda for environmental, social and economic justice. Through building an organized movement, we strive to bring fundamental changes to economic and social institutions that will prioritize public good over profits and promote the right of every person to a decent, safe, affordable quality of life, and the right to participate in decisions affecting our lives. APEN holds this vision of environmental justice for all people. Our work focuses on Asian and Pacific Islander communities.

civic engagement, community organizing, environment, housing, race equality, transportation, voter engagement, youth