Housing California thanks the many individuals, organizations, and foundations who make generous contributions, and serve as critical partners, as we reach toward our collective north star of a California with homes, health, and wealth for all in thriving, sustainable communities.

Our supporters are:

  • Catalysts for long-term, systemic change
  • Ready to realize racial and housing justice
  • Committed to Housing California’s efforts to shape a new housing justice narrative, shift and build power, and advance bold, transformational housing and homelessness policy solutions

“Policy work is a long-term commitment. Big wins simply don’t happen overnight. But when we make investments in people, in organization capacity, we unlock another level of effective policy work that is grounded in trust and relationships between decisionmakers and advocates. Our long-term partnership with Housing California furthers their collaborative efforts statewide to educate policymakers on the importance of affordable housing as a solution to end homelessness.”

Andrea Iloulian
Senior Program Officer, Homelessness Initiative, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

Their support and partnership is critical to Housing California’s success. Housing California greatly appreciates major support from the following foundations and organizations:

James Irivine Foundation logo
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation logo
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative logo
Sunlight Giving logo
National Low Income Housing Coalition logo
San Francisco Foundation logo
California Community Foundation logo
US Bank logo
Wells Fargo logo
Merritt Community Capital Corporation logo

We also count on the support of our committed individual and organizational members and annual conference sponsors to advance our work.

“In order to be successful in the affordable housing and homelessness space, we are going to need better coalition building, allying with unlikely partners, better shared agenda setting, and more organizing — that I think is so important — in order to present a united front, and win.”

Ruby Bolaria–Schifrin

Manager, Housing Affordability Initiative, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI)