The Voters Have Spoken: Ending Homelessness in Los Angeles
Los Angeles voters have spoken, approving ballot measures that will generate more resources toward reducing homelessness than our region has ever known. With $1.2 billion committed to building affordable housing, and hundreds of millions in tax-generated dollars for support services, the table appears set for success. Now that resources have been secured, the real work begins in ending homelessness for 47,000 Angelenos: engaging neighborhoods tapped for new housing sites, ensuring our most vulnerable residents get the help they need, and moving the needle on an issue that has long cast a dark shadow on the City of Angels. Join Bill Pitkin of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, the largest private funder of homelessness solutions; Elise Buik of the United Way of Greater Los Angeles; Phil Ansell of the Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative; Alisa Orduna, Homelessness Policy Director for Mayor Eric Garcetti; Va Lecia Adams Kellum, St. Joseph Center; Vikki Vickers, CSH SpeakUp Advocate as they explore the road ahead to ending homelessness in Los Angeles.
Thursday May 25, 2017
11:30 am Registration and Networking
12:00 pm Lunch Served*
12:30 pm Luncheon Address with Audience Q&A
1:30 pm Adjourn
555 South Flower Street, 51st Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071
$8 Underground valet parking with 3-hour validation
Business casual is acceptable. No jeans or tennis shoes.
Town Hall Los Angeles members: $55 Individual, $550 Table of Ten
**Members, please be sure to login to receive member rates. Please call 213.628.8141 with questions.
Public: $75 Individual, $750 Table of Ten
*Meals cannot be guaranteed after 20 minutes of service. Please keep in mind that the deadline for refunds is 3 business days in advance.
Los Angeles, CA, 90071
|Member Ticket||$ 55.00|
|Nonmember Ticket||$ 75.00|