It’s been another great year for Rapid Results and our partners around the world, as we continue to work with them to create meaningful change on today’s tough societal issues. So many new projects, so many ‘firsts’ and so much more to do in 2016!
This article first appeared on December 16th, 2015 online in NationalHealthExecutive.com in the UK Read the article and then watch our video explaining more about the work we’re doing with Nesta in the UK
Opportunity Collaboration’s mission is to strengthen the dialogue on sustainable ways to end poverty by convening thought leaders in social change from around the world.
Tech Entrepreneur and Yammer co-founder Adam Pisoni has pledged his support to The Rapid Results Institute (RRI) to help us scale-up and extend the reach of RRI’s work in tackling major societal issues around the world.
You may know the Rapid Results Institutes (RRI) work in the US, helping government agencies and non-profits to end homelessness across the nation, but RRI works around the world to help solve other major societal issues too.
Zero: 2016 is a movement of communities working to end veteran homelessness by the end of 2015 and chronic homelessness one year later. Coordinated by Community Solutions, the national effort supports participants in optimizing local resources, tracking progress against monthly housing goals, and accelerating the spread of proven strategies.
We recently caught up with Matt Morgan, Executive Director of Journey Home in Connecticut, a non-profit that is leading the effort to end chronic homelessness in the Greater Hartford area of the State.
It’s been eighteen months since the nationwide 25Cities initiative was started to help cities accelerate their existing efforts to bring an end to veteran and chronic homelessness.
The Rapid Results Institute is proud to be part of the effort that helped Connecticut become the first state in the nation to end veteran chronic homelessness. Three hundred previously chronically homeless veterans, some who had been living on the streets for years, finally have a home again.
Housing 101,628 Chronically Homeless Individuals: What Cheers Can Teach Us About Ending Homelessness The 100,000 Homes Campaign achieved a significant milestone in this country’s fight to end homelessness.
Basma Ammari united with the Rapid Results team in August of 2008. Since joining,she has admirably led many successful efforts for change in the Middle East, Africa, and The United States. Currently, Basma is back in her hometown of Amman, Jordan bringing the Rapid Results Approach to the Jordan River Foundation Project (JRF).
One morning I woke and decided I wanted to throw myself into work I believed in,” said Becky Kanis, the Director of the 100,000 Homes Campaign who was recently honored by The White House as a Champion of Change.