Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are more than just a statement; it is integrated into the development and implementation of all of our projects and, most importantly, the people we serve.

Diversity

Internally: Diversity emphasizes great variety within race, sexuality, gender, education, perspectives, career backgrounds, and disciplines, among others. This coincides with how we operate in creating a safe space for all of our interns. We have appointed a Director on our Board of Directors whose entire role focuses on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

Externally: The distribution of Our Makeshift Traveler encompasses a consideration for giving the Makeshift Traveler to people of all different backgrounds of homelessness.

Equity

Internally: We have designed our recruiting process to be non-discriminatory, while emphasizing the importance of considering Equity when hiring. Referencing Equity as a driving principle of our organization’s processes allows us to value the differences amongst our teams.

Externally: Emphasizing Equity allows our organization to receive meaningful participation from individuals of different groups. We designed our programs to represent people of all different backgrounds, and we achieve this equitable representation through Our LearnMore Blog.

Inclusion

Internally: Inclusion enables all team members to feel comfortable working for The HomeMore Project. We emphasize Inclusivity by offering monthly trainings and safe spaces for our interns.

Externally: Inclusion enables all people experiencing homelessness whom we serve to enjoy being a part of our programs at The HomeMore Project. We accomplish this through the distribution of our Makeshift Traveler, offering them to marginalized groups, minorities, LGBTQ+, and more. Inclusivity is a fundamental part of Our Transitional Housing Program in creating a centralized location for all groups.

“By Investing in Every Root Case for Every Individual, HomeMore can provide a safe space for everyone to openly discuss their situation to better serve them.”

— The HomeMore Project
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