Make a Donation to CSH

Your support allows CSH to bring dignity and hope to more men, women and families through supportive housing.

There are 3 ways to give to CSH. Whichever you choose, we thank you for your support!

Donate online at Network for Good.

Mail your check (with your return address & telephone number) to: CSH 61 Broadway, Suite 2300, NY, NY 10006.

Federal employees can designate their Combined Federal Campaign contributions for CSH (Corporation for Supportive Housing) using CFC Number: 45368.

Read our gift acceptance policy, and web and donor privacy policy.

Become a Corporate Partner

CSH is proud to count some of the country’s leading corporations and foundations among our partners in our effort to advance solutions that use housing as a platform to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people. There are many ways that corporations have partnered with CSH from sponsorship of events to investments in our loan funds. To learn more and for information about opportunities for partnering with CSH, contact Nancy McGraw at (212)986-2966 ext. 282 or

Regional Conferences

CSH forums held across the country draw hundreds of leaders in the affordable and supportive housing fields.

Butler Human Services Furniture creates furniture for community-based programs, supportive housing organizations, and healthcare and education environments. They are an Affiliated Business Partner of CSH and offer a variety of support from underwriting of a number CSH’s Supportive Housing Institutes around the country to being a sponsor of our annual CSH Supportive Housing Summit, since our very first year.

Support for CSH’s Core Services in Locations Nationally

Training Series

Through our Supportive Housing Training Center, CSH offers trainings online and in locations all around the country. These trainings provide housing developers, human service providers, public agencies, and other stakeholders the tools they need to strengthen and expand supportive housing.

Product Development

Corporations have underwritten the cost of developing new training curriculum, guidebooks, and toolkits for supportive housing. We are happy to feature their support on all finished products.

Corporations also provide critical support for our field operations. Here are a few examples of how such support produces results.

Bank of America offers programmatic support for CSH’s work in Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey, and Texas as well as at the national level. Dignity Health hospitals and health centers support CSH’s lending activity as well as our Social Innovation Fund (SIF) initiative and broader Frequent User work in Los Angeles. HSBC Bank currently offers programmatic support for CSH’s work in New York and Los Angeles as well as being a key investor in the new Supportive Housing Solutions Fund. Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing is a longstanding supporter of CSH’s efforts to develop supportive housing in Ohio. Wells Fargo’s Neighborhood LIFT Program is supporting the creation of permanent, affordable housing with services for people who have been homeless in Houston and Harris County, Texas.

Loan Programs

As a CDFI, CSH solicits corporate and philanthropic investments, which in turn allow us to offer our lending to supportive housing projects nationally. In mid-2013, CSH launched a new national loan fund, the Supportive Housing Solutions Fund, which is the first ever national loan fund dedicated solely to supportive housing and will spur the creation of over 9,500 units of supportive and affordable housing. The Fund was initiated with an investment from CSH along with the Wells Fargo NEXT Awards for Opportunity Finance, and contributions from Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, HSBC Bank, Morgan Stanley, as well as our philanthropic partners, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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Regional Supportive Housing Impact Fund

In 2019, CSH led a project team in Portland, Oregon with ECONorthwest, Providence’s Center for Outcomes, Research and Education, and Ed Blackburn to put together a strategic framework for health systems, foundations, and others to invest based on a collective impact approach in a Regional Supportive Housing Impact Fund (RSHIF). The collaborative partners were Cambia Health Foundation, CareOregon, Central City Concern, the Collins Foundation, Kaiser Permanente, Legacy Health, Meyer Memorial Trust, Oregon Community Foundation, Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), Adventist Health, and Providence Health and Services. All of these organizations contributed financially to CSH and the project team, including in-kind support from Central City Concern, towards the creation of the “Regional Supportive Housing Impact Fund Strategic Framework” (the “Framework”).

Our 2018 Funders & Supporters

Major

AARP Foundation Adam Handwerker All Chicago Making Homelessness History Allen and Shirley Speiser Foundation, Inc. Altman Foundation Annie E. Casey Foundation Anthem Foundation Arnall Family Foundation Bank of America Charitable Foundation Boston Foundation Bronx Health Access California Community Foundation Capital One CareSource Management Group Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation Catherine Kitchin Central Florida Foundation Central Indiana Community Foundation Connecticut Department of Housing Connecticut Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Corporation for National and Community Service CSH Board of Directors (100%) David Ignall David Provost David Weekley Family Foundation Deutsche Bank Dignity Health Foundation Douglas Weill Edna McConnell Clark Foundation Franklin County Office of Justice Policy and Programs Greater Minnesota Housing Fund Harris Family Foundation Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Hogg Foundation for Mental Health Houston Endowment, Inc. HSBC Bank USA Illinois Council on Developmental Disabilities Illinois Housing Development Authority Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority Jeffrey Nemetsky Jewish Community Foundation JIR PFS, LLC John and Marilyn Wells Family Foundation John J. Maguire John Maguire JP Morgan Chase Bank Kresge Foundation Lanterman Housing Alliance Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department McGregor Fund Melville Charitable Trust MetLife Foundation Meyer Memorial Trust Michigan Public Health Institute Michigan State Housing Development Authority Missouri Foundation for Health Morgan Stanley Multnomah County Nancy Whitney Napa County Health & Human Services Agency Oak Foundation Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Ohio Department of Youth Services Ohio Housing Finance Agency Oregon Community Foundation Polk Bros. Foundation Pritzker Foundation Robert Friant Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Robin Hood Foundation San Diego County Behavioral Health Services Administration San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing Scott Layne State of Illinois Department of Human Services The Brown Foundation The Chicago Community Trust The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation The Simmons Foundation U.S. Department of Health and Human Services U.S. Department of Treasury United Hospital Fund United Way of Anchorage United Way of Greater Los Angeles UnitedHealth Group van Ameringen Foundation, Inc. Weingart Foundation

Key

Alina Sanchez Aliza Lesser Alliance Behavioral Healthcare Ari Jaffe Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation Brigitt Jandreau-Smith Charles Carbery City of Chicago, Department of Family and Support Services Colleen Jackson Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Constance Tempel Cynthia Gray Dara Papel David Hill David Howden Debra King Fairfield County Community Foundation Florida Atlantic University Greater Washington Community Foundation Houston Downtown Management District Howard and Jacqueline Chertkof Foundation Janet Markman Jeanne Fauci Jill Steen John Fallon Judith Ignall-Snyder Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit Program Lawrence Rubenstein Marjorie Ellenbogen Mary Luetkemeyer Masiel Jordan Nancy McGraw New York Community Trust Nord Family Foundation Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Open Society Foundation People's United Community Foundation Ronald Day Santander Bank Foundation Sarah Garland Sherri Larson Stephanie Harms Steven Holly Taryn Boland The Collins Foundation The MUFG Foundation

Supporter

2-1-1 Orange County A Community of Friends AARP of Los Angeles Adams County Office of Regional Affairs Adventist Health Portland AIDS Resource Foundation for Children Alfredo Lee All Home Alliance to End Homelessness in Suburban Cook County Allison Takido Amazon.com Anthem Blue Cross Apryl Franklyn-Schalfer Avalon Housing Branch Banking & Trust Company Brent Holl Brilliant Corners Bronx Works Building Changes Butler Human Services California Department of Housing and Community Development California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions Cambia Health Solutions Capella University Care 1st Health Plan CareOregon Children and Family Futures, Inc. CIGNA Foundation Cinnaire Corporation City of Dallas City of Elgin City of Philadelphia Office of Homeless Services City of San Jose Housing Department City of Houston City of Indianapolis Clark County Department of Social Services Coalition For Non Profit Housing and Economic Development Coalition for the Homeless of Houston and Harris County, Inc Collaborative Solutions Colorado Department of Local Affairs Community Alliance for the Homeless Community Development Commission County of Los Angeles Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation Community Health Improvement Partners Community Partnership of Southern Arizona Corinne Lawrence Cort Business Services Corporation Council of State Governments County of Los Angeles Chief Executive Officer County of San Diego Dept. of Housing & Community Development Dani Robbins Data Across Sectors for Health Denver/ City and County of Dianne Debicella Downtown DC Business Improvement District Ellen Collins Elliot Schwartz Ending Community Homelessness Coalition Enterprise Community Partners Episcopal Community Services Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis Federal Home Loan Bank System Fidelity Foundation First 5 LA Florida Housing Finance Corporation Foothold Gale Rapallo Grand Forks Housing Authority Hamilton County Harry Kalish Health Forward Foundation Holland and Knight LLP Hollywood Community Housing Corporation Hoopes Morganthaler Rausch & Scaramozza LLC Housing Action New Hampshire Housing Opportunities for Women Ice Miller Legal Counsel Indiana Family & Social Services Administration Jennifer Marsh Kelly Lohman Kentucky Division of Behavioral Health Kentucky Housing Corporation King County Department of Community and Human Services Kuhl and Grant LLP, Attorneys at Law LA Family Housing Corp Legacy Health Leverage Law Group, LLC Lisa Kern Local Initiatives Support Corporation Los Angeles County Counsel Los Angeles, City of Lutheran Child and Family Services of Indiana/Kentucky Mallory Loring Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance MDwise Inc. Mediware Information Systems, Inc. Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care Metro Denver Homeless Initiative Michael McLain Michael Rogers Midwest Affordable Housing Management Association Missoula, City of Montana Healthcare Foundation Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services Multi-Service Center Muskegon County Homeless Continuum of Care Network National Affordable Housing Trust National Alliance to End Homelessness National Church Residences National Equity Fund National Health Care For The Homeless Council NeighborWorks America NeighborWorks Great Falls New Hope Housing New Jersey Department of Children and Families New Jersey Hospital Association New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation New York City Human Resources Administration New York City Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice Ohio Capital Impact Corporation Oklahoma Dept. of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Old National Bank Orange County Community Services Oregon Health & Science University Oregon Metro Palm Beach County Homeless Coalition Partners for H.O.M.E. PATH Ventures Pathways to Housing PA Penny Lane Centers Peter Lynn Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health Pierce County Pima County Pledgeling Foundation PNC Foundation Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center Project HOME Providence Health and Services Rebecca Margiotta Renown Health Richman Housing Resources, LLC. Salt Lake City Corporation San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego Workforce Partnership Sarah Mahin Skagit County Public Health Department Social Venture Partners Los Angeles South Dakota Housing Development Authority SRO Housing Corporation St. James Healthcare State of New Jersey, Department of Community Affairs Steven Zemanian Supportive Housing Provider Association (SHPA) Tacoma Housing Authority Tamara Thompson Technical Assistance Collaborative Terri Power The Housing Authority of the City of Vancouver The NHP Foundation The Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention The M&T Bank Charitable Foundation The Moody's Foundation The Saint Paul Foundation Inc. University of Chicago Urban Labs University of Maryland University of Southern California Virginia Housing Alliance Virginia Supportive Housing Wake County Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Wells Fargo Foundation WestCare California, Inc White Memorial Medical Center Wild River Consulting YMCA of Central Ohio

For more options and information, contact Nancy McGraw, Chief Development Officer at CSH, 61 Broadway, Suite 2300, New York, NY 10006 or call 212-986-2966 ext. 282; nancy.mcgraw@csh.org