The Community Foundation has a long history of galvanizing philanthropy, business and local government to address urgent community needs. Since 1973, it has distributed more than $1.2 billion to strengthen communities in the Greater Washington region. Leveraging its experience as a convener and advocate, The Community Foundation offers expertise, leadership and the ability to support community partners advancing solutions on the ground.
The District of Columbia Interagency Council on Homelessness (ICH) is a group of Cabinet-level officials and Mayoral-appointed community representatives charged with facilitating interagency and cross-sector coordination in planning, policymaking, program development, and system performance monitoring for the District’s homeless services system.
Want to become a partner to end homelessness? If you are interested in financial partnership, you can donate or contact Angela Willingham, our Associate Vice President of Development, to discuss how you can make a how you can make a financial impact as a partner to end homelessness in Washington, DC.