Los Angeles, CA
Baldwin Park, CA
Grand Junction, CO
Santa Clara, CA
Navigating funding options to provide transitional shelter for our unhoused neighbors includes a specific set of challenges, but by accessing available public funds and contributions from private sources, cities can address the immediate needs of unhoused individuals with an appropriate sense of urgency. Find out how various cities and counties have overcome these challenges using a variety of sources.
Cities that have invested in Pallet shelter villages demonstrated that by pooling resources between public and private sectors, they can provide essential aid to our unhoused neighbors with urgency.– AMY KING, PALLET CEO