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.

Our Funders & Supporters

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Funder Spotlight: CareSource

CareSource has invested in CSH, relying on our expertise to identify and secure qualified housing and service providers throughout Ohio for the state's Community Transition Program. The initiative seeks to provide reentry supports to individuals exiting prison who have participated in substance use treatment or recovery services while incarcerated.

Major Supporters

  • AARP

    Allen and Shirley Speiser Foundation, Inc.

    Altman Foundation

    Bank of America Charitable Foundation

    California Community Foundation

    California Department of Housing and Community Development

    Capital One

    CareSource Management Group

    Central Indiana Community Foundation

    City of Chicago, Department of Family and Support Services

    City of Houston

    Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan

    Connecticut Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services

    Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

    Corporation for National and Community Service

    County of Los Angeles Chief Executive Officer

    David Weekley Family Foundation

    Deborah De Santis

    Deutsche Bank

    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

    Johnson Charitable Gift Fund

    JP Morgan Chase Bank

    Kresge Foundation

    Lanterman Housing Alliance

    Lawrence D. Rubenstein

    Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department

    McGregor Fund

    Melville Charitable Trust

    Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care

    MetLife Foundation

    Meyer Memorial Trust

    Missouri Foundation for Health

    Morgan Stanley

    Multnomah County

    Napa County Health & Human Services Agency

    Oak Foundation

    Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services

    Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

    Ohio Department of Youth Services

    Polk Bros. Foundation

    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

    Robin Hood Foundation

    San Diego County Behavioral Health Services Administration

    San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing

    State of Illinois Department of Human Services

    The Brown Foundation

    The Fan Fox and Leslie R.  Samuels Foundation

    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

    U.S. Department of Treasury

    United Hospital Fund

    UnitedHealth Group

    Weingart Foundation

Key Supporters

  • Adams County Office of Regional Affairs All Chicago Making Homelessness History Alliance Behavioral Healthcare Annie E. Casey Foundation Anthem BB&T Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation Boston Foundation Butler Human Services California Community Foundation Central Florida Foundation City of  Philadelphia Office of Homeless Services City of  San Jose Housing Department City of Dallas City of Indianapolis Clark County Department of Social Services Collaborative Solutions CORT Furniture County of San Diego Dept. of Housing & Community Development Dignity Health Foundation Edna McConnell Clark Foundation Ending Community Homelessness Coalition Greater Minnesota Housing Fund Hamilton County Harris Family Foundation Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City Houston Downtown Management District Howard and Jacqueline Chertkof Foundation Indiana Family & Social Services Administration John and Marilyn Wells Family Foundation Kentucky Division of Behavioral Health Lakshmi Balachandran Lutheran Child and Family Services of Indiana/Kentucky Multi-Service Center NeighborWorks America New Jersey Department of Children and Families New York City Human Resources Administration New York City Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice New York Community Trust Nord Family Foundation Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • Ohio Housing Finance Agency Oklahoma Dept. of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Orange County Community Services Oregon Community Foundation Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health Pritzker Foundation San Diego Workforce Partnership Santander Bank Foundation South Dakota Housing Development Authority State of Illinois Department of Human Services State of New Jersey, Department of Community Affairs Kenneth Bacon Steven Friedman James L. Logue Douglas M. Weill Jeffrey I. Brodsky Rachel Diller Pete Earley Sandra L. Forquer Dransfield Christina and Qahir Madhany Stephen Norman Michelle H. Norris James O'Connell Carolyn Powell Donald Falk Roland Lamb Steven Leifman Sherry Seiwert Deborah Burkhart Dorothy Edwards Adam Handwerker Scott Layne Nicole Levy Maxwell Lubin Jeffrey A. Nemetsky Robert Tudor Nancy G. Whitney Michael Yadgar Deborah De Santis Robert Friant Catherine Kitchin David Provost                  

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