What is an Everyone In Community Partner?
Our movement is powered by a diverse coalition of more than 100 organizations advocating for solutions to the housing and homelessness crisis. Community Partners join at one of three engagement levels, which you can read about below.
Select the one that’s right for your organization and then use the form to sign up. If you’re not sure, go ahead and sign up anyway and we’ll answer your questions when we reach out. Also, please share this page with any organizations or businesses you know that want to make a difference.
You’re a committed partner who works toward the goals of Everyone In to end homelessness in L.A. County. You publicly endorse the campaign and share your support on your website and social media channels. We’ll return the favor on ours.
In addition to publicly endorsing the campaign as described above, you agree to participate in Everyone In public events and meetings (at least one a year) and help with turnout.
A member of the Everyone In organizing team will work with you as a dedicated campaign liaison.
We’ll promote your events that pertain to the campaign’s work on our calendar and add you to the Advocates United group and bi-weekly call, where we discuss ongoing advocacy opportunities around ending homelessness.
You are a true collaborator with the capacity and desire to turn out for events, move conversations with your networks on campaign values, and assist with outreach. In addition to endorsing the campaign and making the commitments outlined above, we will count on you to:
- Provide spokespeople who can be trained to communicate on behalf of the campaign;
- Provide speakers to Everyone In events; and
- Leverage your supporters and community to promote Everyone In events and initiatives.
Everyone In will:
- Provide designated support and training from one of our organizers;
- Host an event in your area that showcases your work and core priorities as they relate to efforts to end homelessness; and
- Offer backing and expertise of United Way’s Housing and Homelessness Initiatives teams.