The 2017 (4th Annual) Global Homeboy Network Gathering
Sunday, August 6
130 West Bruno Street
Los Angeles California 90012
Light hors d’oeuvres and beverage reception
Global Homeboy Network Gathering:
Monday & Tuesday
August 7 & 8
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The California Endowment
1000 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles, California 90012
Breakfast and lunch included with registration (both days)
Workshops topics will include:
Educational Spaces & Approaches
Social Entrepreneurial Programs & Development
Fundraising & Development
Case Management and beyond
Online Registration for the 2017 Global Homeboy Network Gathering opens May 4.
Online Registration will close on Monday, July 31 (6:00 p.m. PST).
Early Registration (extended until July 7):
Register on or before July and the cost is only $200 per person for all three days.
Register between July 8 and August 2 and the cost is $250 per person for all three days.
Register after August 2 and cost is $275 per person for all three days.
Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles
506 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90071-2607
Please call directly into the reservations office at the hotel: (213) 612-1575
Mention code: 1708HOME17/Global Homeboy Network Gathering
Please call during office hours (8am to 6pm PST) weekdays, the Biltmore call center after hours does not have access to the exclusive group rates. Click here for the Biltmore's online reservations link.
Please note: Hotels in downtown Los Angeles sell out quickly, we encourage you to arrange for your hotel accommodations soon.
Other hotels near Homeboy Industries can be found at this link.
Tours and further technical assistance visits at Homeboy Industries will be available upon request on Wednesday, August 9.
If interested in staying and being with us for the additional morning, please contact Alegria Castro at email@example.com.
Homeboy launched the Global Homeboy Network by hosting the first annual Global Homeboy Network Gathering in August 2014 to provide some structure and strategic direction to the technical assistance that Homeboy has been providing for decades.
The 2014, 2015, and 2016 Global Homeboy Network Gatherings included leaders from communities across the United States and the globe who have shaped and brought pieces of the Homeboy model back to their work and organizations. Our Gatherings -- these unconventional “conferences”-- have included technical assistance, best practices, storytelling, workshops, panel discussions, keynote addresses, and other networking activities that helped share the knowledge and tools found within the Homeboy model and other organizations who are a part of the Global Homeboy Network.
The Global Homeboy Network now includes over 100 organizations that are actively working to provide hope and a future to high-risk, marginalized populations. We look forward to seeing members of our global Homeboy community in August!