Our Issues - The Doe Fund
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Our Issues


Help us end homelessness, economic injustice, and recidivism.

Housing and Homelessness

The key to The Doe Fund’s success at addressing homelessness and recidivism is our Work Works model—which focuses not just on providing housing, but combining it with paid work, career training, and supportive services.

Work and Opportunity

There can be no racial justice without economic justice. We must help those who have been excluded from the mainstream economy—people of color, low wage workers, people who have experienced homelessness or incarceration—achieve upward mobility.

Criminal Justice Reform

To end the cycle of homelessness and recidivism, America must pass criminal justice reforms that end mass incarceration, alongside investing in community-based solutions that address the root causes of crime: poverty, lack of opportunity, mental illness, and substance abuse.