The only way we will end homelessness in Austin is if we do it together.
Caritas of Austin works daily with countless service providers, faith groups, employment partners, landlords, and other supporters to accomplish our mission. We are grateful for the partnerships that help us see progress in ending homelessness as we know it and ensure people have the opportunity to succeed.
- Austin Community Foundation
- Break It Down Austin
- Church of Conscious Harmony
- ComboPlate Booking
- Coyote Creek Farm
- Dimebox Ballroom
- Faith Lutheran Church
- Generation Serve
- Hank and Tank Photography
- House Our Heroes: Red White and Blues 512
- Hunters for the Hungry
- I Live Here I Give Here
- Keep Austin Fed
- St. Elias Orthodox Church
- St. Gregorios Orthodox Church
- St. Matthews Episcopal Church
- St. Theresa’s Catholic Church
- ThunderCloud Subs
- Urban Roots
- Wheatsville Food Co-op
- Yellow Bike Project
ECHO (Ending Community Homelessness Coalition) is a collaborative of individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations dedicated to ending homelessness in Austin. Learn more.
Best Single Source Plus is a 13-agency collaborative aimed at preventing and ending homelessness in Austin and Travis County. Caritas of Austin is the lead and fiscal agent. Learn more.
The Downtown Austin Alliance (DAA) is a partnership of individuals and businesses devoted to preserving and enhancing the value and vitality of downtown Austin. Learn more.
One Voice Central Texas is a coalition of the leadership of almost one hundred nonprofit health and human service organizations working to make sure that everyone can contribute to our community and thrive. Learn more.
Austin Refugee Roundtable is a coalition of local organizations with the goal of enhancing services to refugees and making Austin a welcoming and supportive resettlement community. Learn more.
Housing Heroes is an initiative led by Mayor Steve Adler to end veteran homelessness in Austin. In August 2016, Austin reached all benchmarks of ending veteran homelessness, though Caritas of Austin and other agencies remain committed to serving veterans who lose stable housing. Learn more.
Austin: Welcoming City Initiative is our city’s formalized commitment to be a welcoming, immigrant-friendly community. Initiative partners include the Commission on Immigrant Affairs, the City of Austin’s Economic Development and Health & Humans Services Departments, Travis County Research and Planning, the Immigrant Services Network of Austin (ISNA), and Cap Metro. Learn more.