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Is Eliminating Homelessness Possible? These Communities Say Yes

Eradicating homelessness in a community won't protect some of its members from needing to spend a night on the streets. This seems counterintuitive; after all, doesn't eliminating homeless hinge on ending the need for homelessness? In a perfect world, maybe — but we don't live in a utopia, and we're not likely to stumble into [...]

By | June 25th, 2018|Homelessness|0 Comments

Can Corporate Philanthropy End Homelessness?

Where the public sector falls short, private philanthropy through individual or corporate donors has stepped in to give vital support. In areas like community development, education, and humanitarian aid, corporate philanthropy has demonstrated real value in helping stem the major problems of today. Maybe because it lacks glamor of the arts or the universality of [...]

By | May 1st, 2018|Homelessness|0 Comments

Homeless Youth – The Invisible Problem

The years between age 18 and 25 are often thought of as the defining times of our lives. These are the years when young people begin to find their place in the world, whether in education, meaningful employment, or starting their own families. Sadly, there’s an overlooked cohort of this age group who are simply [...]

By | January 19th, 2018|Homelessness|0 Comments

New York’s Homeless Grade Schoolers: a Growing Concern

A mention of New York City’s homeless problem will most likely conjure up an image of a grown man huddled in a corner or sitting on the sidewalk, begging for change. While this may represent the most visually present cohort of the city’s homeless, a disconcertingly fast-growing number of the city’s homeless don’t fit this [...]

By | November 30th, 2017|Homelessness|0 Comments

How the Homeless Get By When Disaster Strikes

Catastrophic natural disasters like the ones we’ve seen over the past few weeks frequently leave millions of Americans without their homes. This level of destruction and displacement often serves as a great shock to the country at large and millions of charity and governmental dollars go toward helping rebuild what was lost for so many [...]

By | September 18th, 2017|Homelessness|0 Comments

NYC’s Newest Homeless Numbers and What They Mean

This post was originally featured on HuffingtonPost.com It might not come as a surprise, but it’s deeply troubling nonetheless. Our city’s recent push towards a more comprehensive assessment of the homeless population has provided the latest set of results and they are far from positive. The survey from the Homeless Outreach Population Estimate (HOPE) has the [...]

By | August 30th, 2017|Daniel Neiditch, Homelessness, New York City|0 Comments

An International Look at Fighting Homelessness

This post was originally featured on HuffingtonPost.com We often think of homelessness as a local issue, but it can be easy to forget that just about every country has a homeless problem of its own, with a number of different potential solutions. While serving a homeless population affects localities most immediately, this problem extends into every nation [...]

By | July 24th, 2017|Daniel Neiditch, Homelessness, Philanthropy|0 Comments

NYC Is Spending $1.2 Billion On Homelessness. So Why Is It Getting Worse?

This post was originally featured on HuffingtonPost.com It’s a little-known fact that the City of New York is legally obliged to provide housing for those without it, but with the explosion in the city’s homeless population, you’d be forgiven for not knowing that. The number of people staying in shelters in New York City has grown by over 10,000 [...]

By | July 6th, 2017|Daniel Neiditch, Homelessness, New York City|0 Comments

5 Troubling Statistics About Homelessness That You Should Know

This post was originally featured on HuffingtonPost.com In general, our country is seeing a decline in homelessness, but it’s still way too early to begin patting ourselves on the back for a job well done. From 2015 to 2016, the homeless population decreased by 3%, although that statistic is complicated by the fact that there [...]

By | May 26th, 2017|Homelessness, New York City, Philanthropy|0 Comments