$17,738.90+ given to causes fighting for affordable housing. Why?
As a social benefit company, we care about all the communities we are in and the effort made to provide affordable housing to those without means.
As a company we care about people, the planet and profit. And we know that’s not that weird. Austin, our hometown, is an expensive place to live. As is Houston, NOLA, Portland, and Detroit. And increasingly the amazing, creative, artistic folks that live in our homes can’t afford them. We want to fight that battle and change the notion of what affordable housing looks like. So each tour we do we give a portion of all ticket proceeds towards affordable housing nonprofits in the cities we are in. We think it would be weird NOT to give back to our community.
OUR 2020 NONPROFIT PARTNERS
Austin – 9/5
LifeWorks is leading Austin’s community effort to end youth homelessness, opening the door to becoming the first major city in the United States to achieve this goal. We are proud to work alongside other non-profit organizations and to continuously collaborate with other public and private entities to help make our goal a reality. It is within sight, and we look forward to future opportunities to share our blueprint for ending youth homelessness with other cities across the country so that they too can create powerful change in their communities.
To learn more about LifeWorks and how to become involved in their mission, please visit their website at www.lifeworksaustin.org
Portland – 9/26
Central City Concern (CCC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency serving single adults and families in the Portland metro area who are impacted by homelessness, poverty, and addictions. Founded in 1979, CCC provides a comprehensive continuum of affordable housing options integrated with direct social services including healthcare, addiction treatment, and employment support. Every year, nearly 14,000 people find help and hope for the future at Central City Concern.
For more information and to get involved, please visit www.centralcityconcern.org