Christopher Paul, PhDChair206.email@example.comVerna McKinnon-HippsAdministrative Assistant206.firstname.lastname@example.org
The goals of the Project on Family Homelessness are to increase public awareness and understanding of family homelessness and its causes and solutions, and to engage the public to end family homelessness.
Seattle University's Center for Strategic Communications (CSC) established the project in late 2009 with the establishment of the Journalism Fellowships on Family Homelessness. The fellowships program yielded outstanding and unprecedented in-depth reporting by six different news organizations and independent journalists, and was commended by the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism.
In 2011, the project's name changed to the Project on Family Homelessness to reflect its expanded scope beyond journalism fellowships. We helped draw attention to family homelessness among veterans and brought our message to the public in unexpected settings.
For 2013, our focus is on supporting our family homelessness advocacy partners, the non-profit organizations in Washington state who work to end family homelessness.
The Project on Family Homelessness was awarded a third grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for its 2012-2013 family homelessness advocacy work.
From creating innovative arts events to sharing personal stories about families experiencing homelessness, our initiatives are designed to compel you to take action with us.
See facts on family homelessness, news coverage and more.
Read and watch news coverage on the topic of family homeless, our projects, and our partners.
Learn about the other organizations we're collaborating with in 2012-2013.
If you are looking for information on the Faith & Family Homelessness Project, please contact our colleagues in the School of Theology & Ministry.
Prof. Barry Mitzman, Director email@example.com | (206) 296-2826Catherine Hinrichsen, Project Manager firstname.lastname@example.org | (206) 398-4457
Graham Pruss, Project Coordinator & Research Fellow email@example.com | (206) 398-4369Perry Firth, Graduate Project Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org McKenna Haley, Graduate Project Assistant email@example.com