How can you help?
Private corporations, NGOs, governments and citizens all have the opportunity to speed up the process of creating sustainable work and dignified housing. You can either choose to help build the organization or work directly in one of the programs designed for the #HomelessEntrepreneurs.
Most importantly, you should think about how you can add the most value and enjoy the process!
Corporate social responsibility
Multinational corporations have the funds, structure and talent to provide global solutions; SMEs can create job opportunities and funding for regional and local projects; and StartUps can shake our business model up, while providing scalable partnerships for the near future.
How can your business speed up the process of creating sustainable work and dignified housing?
Universities & Research
Research & methodology leads to faster development and ultimately innovates our model of ending homelessness based on economic empowerment and active citizenship via facts, real-time insight thanks to the latest technology.
How can your university or research organization innovate solutions that can lead towards ending homelessness as well as preventative measures?
Volunteers bring fresh ideas from around the world to scale our solution of ending homelessness so it makes sense both locally and globally. Everyone has a talent, professional skill, service or product s/he can offer and share with someone who needs it: What’s yours?
Would you like to increase the social impact of your NGO? Do you believe in building a stronger community?
Please contact us if you’d like to join a current #HE project, invite us to participate or create one with us!
Be it “AI for Good“ at the United Nations, the Royal Wedding in Windsor or just a normal day in Times Square, we are there giving #HomelessEntrepreneurs a voice! Please contact us if you’d like us to join your event i.e. a conference, workshop or public debate!
Government support creates systemic change that allows its citizens to be more participative and can create a more efficient model to prevent homelessness from taking place. How can your government, be it local, regional or national, improve its policies to end homelessness in a more sustainable manner?