The Quest to End Family Homelessness by 2019

Ep. 2: March 30, 2016

On this episode we continue our mini series on the issue of homelessness. Urban cities everywhere are struggling with how to tackle this seemingly never ending problem!

The episode features Jeff Kositsky, Executive Director of the Hamilton Family Center (HFC), one of the largest providers of shelter and support services to homeless families in San Francisco. He shares details about their work and he tells a great story about Google granting HFC $1million to solve family homelessness by the year 2019! You don’t want to miss this.

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JEFF KOSITSKY

Jeff Kositsky assumed leadership of Hamilton Family Center in 2013. His commitment to social and economic justice spans an impressive career of more than 20 years directing nonprofit human service programs and organizations.  

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The Quest to End Family Homelessness by 2019

Ep. 2: March 30, 2016

On this episode we continue our mini series on the issue of homelessness. Urban cities everywhere are struggling with how to tackle this seemingly never ending problem!

The episode features Jeff Kositsky, Executive Director of the Hamilton Family Center (HFC), one of the largest providers of shelter and support services to homeless families in San Francisco. He shares details about their work and he tells a great story about Google granting HFC $1million to solve family homelessness by the year 2019! You don’t want to miss this.

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Hope Served Daily

Ep. 1: March 15, 2016

On this episode we dive into the movement to solve homelessness across America and we start in our own backyard  within the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco.

Today’s conversation features Barry Stenger, the Executive Director of St. Anthony's, a nonprofit organization that's been providing essential support to residents living in poverty since 1950. They are located in the heart of the aforementioned Tenderloin neighborhood and have been feeding the bellies and touching souls of the most vulnerable among us.

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