Meet Enrique

Everyone In organizer Enrique Velasquez knows getting his neighbors in the San Fernando Valley to speak out is crucial to ending homelessness. “Each person can become an advocate in their neighborhood, at…

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222 turns one

One year ago, Los Angeles’ 15 City councilmembers made a pledge to each approve at least 222 units of supportive housing in their districts by July 2020. The progress in some parts…

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Gather Everyone In 2019

On March 9, we came together at Union Station for Gather Everyone In 2019. Nearly 600 advocates stood shoulder-to-shoulder inside the historic walls to get inspired and renew our commitment to ending homelessness. We will speak out,…

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Our Promise

“Everyone In” is more than our name, it’s a promise: We will speak out, as long as it takes, until everyone in L.A. County has the safety and security of a home.…

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Long Beach speaks out

Storytelling is the backbone of this campaign. Too often, discussions about homelessness descend into dehumanizing statistics or sweeping stereotypes. But stories of lived, personal experience cut through all that. Our Stories from…

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Meet Quincey

Everyone In South L.A. organizer Quincey Coleman knows that real change is not built overnight. To inspire communities to fight for justice, you need to go one door at a time and…

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Meet Chelsea

Chelsea Byers joined Everyone In because she believes in the power of the people. Simple tasks community members can take part in, like going door-to-door and making phone calls, have been instrumental…

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Meet Gabriela

For Gabriela Garcia, Everyone In’s deputy director of organizing, it’s personal. She’s seen people in her own community displaced and forced from their homes. Her dad experienced homelessness recently, despite working a…

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City Council approves bridge housing across L.A.

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles City Council voted to move forward with bridge housing in Venice, Hollywood, South L.A., and Westlake. For those who don’t know, bridge housing provides a safe place…

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3,097 units of supportive and affordable housing in the works

Two years ago, L.A. voters committed $1.2 billion to build homes for people experiencing homelessness. It was an extraordinary statement about our shared humanity and, along with Measure H, opened the door…

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