Kaiser Permanente commits $200 million to fight homelessness and support affordable housing (video)


Kaiser Permanente has pledged up to $200 million to fight homelessness and support affordable housing in one of the biggest individual financial commitments on the issue from a private enterprise.

While it’s currently unclear what exact programs will be funded using the money, Kaiser’s Chief Community Health Officer Bechara Choucair said the goal is to partner with local communities and community groups to help support existing solutions that are working to preserve and expand affordable housing.…

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