NCCEH Funders Summit Presentations
NCCEH's Funders Summit was held September 16, 2015. The summit explored collaborative ways that private funders, working with each other and with public funders, can coordinate their resources to make a deeper impact on reducing and ending homelessness. Presenters included state and national funders that are working to end homelessness through a systems change approach and collective impact models.
Presentations from the Funders Summit included:
Bringing Change to the City (Mayor Allen Joines, Winston-Salem)
Partnership Panel Discussion: Winston-Salem/Forsyth County (moderated by Laura Marx, President and CEO, United Way of North Carolina)
Shifting Our System and Resources to End Homelessness (Denise Neunaber, Executive Director, NCCEH, and Susan Hallett, Vice-President of Programs, the Community Foundation of Richmond and Central Virginia)
Not Just in Utah: Ending Chronic Homelessness in Asheville (Jim Lowder, Resource Development Director, Homeward Bound of Western NC)
The Role of Philanthropy in Systems Change (Anne Miskey, Executive Director, Funders Together)