Wilder's Knowledge Compassion Action Event Beyond the Numbers: Using Data to Address and End Homelessness

2020-2021 Knowledge Compassion Action Events

We invite you to learn about the passionate people, latest research and inspiring stories that drive Wilder's mission and community impact.

Did you know? Every three years, Wilder Research and its partners conduct a statewide study to better understand the top reasons Minnesotans are homeless and barriers to obtaining and maintaining safe and stable housing.

Join us for "Beyond the Numbers: Using Data to Address and End Homelessness" to learn about the Minnesota Homeless Study, happening again in 2021.

Thursday, January 28, 2021 | 12pm - 1pm | Online (Zoom)
 
Along with our panelists and emcee Brandt Williams of Minnesota Public Radio, you'll learn about the unique ways community members engage with and use the Homeless Study to inform programs, services, policy and funding, and how homelessness is addressed in Minnesota. You’ll come away with an overview of how the study works, its impact and reach, and how you can help to make it happen in 2021!

Meet our emcee and panelists:

Will you join us? Please RSVP by January 21, 2021!

Please note: You can RSVP online using the form below. Or, email us at hereforgood@wilder.org or call Laura Brown at 651-280-2445 to RSVP for this event. A Zoom link will be emailed to registered attendees at the email address provided. There is no charge to attend.

 

About Wilder's Knowledge Compassion Action Events

The KCA series of events are focused on how Wilder serves children, families and older adults in Saint Paul and beyond. Whether you're new to Wilder or have been a longstanding partner and supporter, you’ll learn about the passionate people, latest research and inspiring stories that drive Wilder programs, services and community impact.