We can end student hunger & homelessness.
Can we really call college free if students are facing hunger and homelessness?
“During the Pandemic,” the most recent report from our partners at the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice, found that 3 in 5 college students are experiencing basic needs insecurity during COVID-19.
To remain healthy and on track to graduate, students need reliable meals and safe, stable housing. This is why Rise builds basic needs advocacy campaigns and offers 1:1 support to students affected by COVID-19.
LA2050 Grants Challenge
We are building student-led basic needs advocacy campaigns on LA college campuses to end student hunger and homelessness.
To learn more about our LA2050 approach and progress, click here.
Student Navigator Network
We created the Student Navigator Network to connect students affected by COVID-19 to resources and public benefits.
To learn more about and/or receive help from our Student Navigator Network, click here.
USC Good Neighbors COVID-19 Grant
In partnership with the USC Good Neighbors COVID-19 Grant, we created the Student Navigator Network at USC to connect local Los Angeles college students affected by COVID-19 to resources and public benefits.
To learn more about and/or receive help from our Student Navigator Network at USC, click here.