- Getting to zero
- Track our progress
- Join the movement
Campaign resources are included here such as forms, webcasts, Q&A’s, and key links to further resources.
Keep checking back here as we will be regularly adding resources and information.
Campaign communities are asked to submit monthly reports on housing move-ins and their By-Name List.
Campaign communities are asked to submit a By-Name List (BNL) Scorecard and Coordinated Access System (CAS) Scorecard quarterly until completed.
The campaign will host regular webcasts to share learning on different elements of the campaign. Upcoming dates are listed below. Click here to visit the archive.
|Date and Time||Topic||Registration|
|October 23, 2018
Noon-1:00 pm EST
|20KHomes Quarterly Update|
|November 16, 2018
Noon-1:30 pm EST
|20KHomes Virtual Collaborative Orientation
(for those attending the Virtual Collaborative November 28)
|December 4, 2018
Noon-1:30 pm EST
|Tips and Tricks for BNL, Matching and Case Conference Meetings|
The video library provides quick access to all the videos that have been included in the 20KHomes Updater Newsletter. Use these videos to educate your community about homelessness and inspire your community to end it.
The 20,000 Homes Campaign has created a definition for what it means for a community to be identified as achieving functional zero on chronic homelessness – for the purposes of the Campaign. Download the 20KHomes Functional Zero Chronic Homelessness Q&A for further information.
The 20,000 Homes Campaign has identified and defined the key measures that will be used to report on community reductions in chronic homelessness. Download the 20KHomes Reduce Description and Q&A for further information.
We are building a movement! Movement building means reaching out to Canadians from all walks of life, getting them to care, getting their support and most importantly, getting them to take action in support of ending homelessness. Communication is an integral part of the 20,000 Homes Campaign.
This toolkit is designed to support your local campaign communications and community mobilization efforts before, during and after your Registry Week. The toolkit includes campaign backgrounders, suggested messaging, FAQs, a range of templates as well as some advice on media relations, social media and more.
Helping communities and organizations end homelessness with expert training and technical assistance.