Flaherty & Collins Properties continued its support of the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention & Prevention (CHIP) by sponsoring the organization’s annual fundraiser reception.
The event, held at the Marriott Downtown, took place on Tuesday, September 18 and featured keynote speaker Dr. Matthew Morton, Research Fellow at Chapin Hall (University of Chicago) and Principal Investigator for Voices of Youth Count, a national research and policy initiative focused on recommending solutions to end youth homelessness nationwide.
“Through our continued support of CHIP Indy, as well as our role as property managers of several housing coalitions throughout the state and homeless housing initiatives, Flaherty & Collins Properties is committed to doing everything we can to assist in the end of homelessness,” said Jill Herron, Senior Vice President of Property & Asset Management for Flaherty & Collins Properties.
CHIP mobilizes, advocates, and empowers community collaboration toward ending homelessness and fosters an effective system of homelessness prevention and intervention in the greater Indianapolis area. The event included remarks from Mayor Joe Hogsett.
The funds raised at the Celebration each year support CHIP’s work including our role in support of the Continuum of Care through research and data collection, advocacy, strategic planning, communications, evaluation, and resource development.
Learn more by visiting www.chipindy.org