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Ending Homelessness Means Housing Justice: A Conversation with Amanda Andere

When: 
Thursday, November 10, 2022 -
10:00am to 12:00pm PST
Where: 
Northern California Grantmakers
160 Spear Street, Suite 360 | San Francisco, CA
Non-Member: 
$50.00
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Join us on November 10th for a unique, in-person conversation with racial justice leader and Funders Together CEO Amanda Andere about the pursuit of housing justice in the Bay area.  

She’ll lead a conversation around the Funders Together to End Homelessness’ new strategic framework - which offers a definition of housing justice to reframe the work of ending homelessness in both theoretical and practical ways. We’ll explore how philanthropy can work to disrupt oppressive systems that cause people to lose their housing in the first place, even as we attend to the immediate crisis of people living without homes.  

Don’t miss the opportunity to escape the Zoom world and reconnect with your colleagues!

In-person Attendance Requirements

All attendees must follow NCG's COVID-Health & Safety Protocols, be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and its variants, including the initial booster, and wear a mask while in NCG offices. NCG has partnered with CrowdPass to help you easily and securely upload your vaccination information. You can submit your vaccination information by clicking the link below. If you're not able to submit your vaccination information in time, please be prepared to bring in a copy or show a photo/digital copy upon arrival.

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Speaker

Amanda Andere, Chief Executive Officer, Funders Together to End Homelessness
 

Amanda Misiko Andere has spent over fifteen years working in the nonprofit and public sector as a leader committed to racial and housing justice through advocacy for systemic change. Prior to joining Funders Together to End Homelessness as their CEO, she served as the CEO of Wider Opportunities for Women, a national advocacy organization. Currently, she serves as a board member of the United Philanthropy Forum and Equity in the Center. Amanda is a founding member and on the leadership team for the National Racial Equity Working Group on Homelessness and Housing. She also serves on the Leadership Council for the DC Partnership to End Homelessness. As a former Co-Chair of A Way Home America, Amanda is a co-conspirator in their work to end youth and young adult homelessness rooted in racial equity.  

Registration

All attendees must follow NCG's COVID-Health & Safety Protocols, which include showing proof of vaccination upon entry and wearing a mask while in NCG offices. You can read more about NCG's in-person event protocols here

  • Members: Free (Including members of SoCal Grantmakers and Catalyst)
  • Nonmembers: $50 

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