PMIEF and the True Colors Fund Address Youth Homelessness Using Project Management

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Real change can happen when people come together with a shared vision.

Cyndi Lauper, Co-Founder of the True Colors Fund

PM Capable Nonprofits and NGOs

31 May 2018

New York, NY, USA

A 2017 grant to the True Colors Fund (TCF) supports the organization to build its project management capabilities and those of its community coalitions across the U.S. through the “PMIEF – TCF PM for Communities Initiative.” 

Founded in 2008 by Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award-winning singer, actress, and librettist Cyndi Lauper because of her personal commitment to equality, TCF strives to improve the lives of the country’s most marginalized youth, including those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ), racial/ethnic minorities, immigrants, and at-risk as defined by juvenile justice and foster care systems.The organization is especially committed to ending homelessness among these vulnerable populations so they can lead happy, productive, fulfilling lives.

Read more about this grant in “PMIEF and True Colors Address Youth Homelessness through Project Management.”

 

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