From 2014-2015, Youth Fostering Change focused on homelessness, specifically youth aging out of foster care who are at a higher risk of experiencing homelessness. Most of the youth advocates had either experienced homelessness or were in fear of becoming homeless at some point in their young adult life. They created recommendations to reduce youth homelessness, including: increasing supportive, permanent adult connections for older youth in care; more comprehensive transition planning; and more supportive housing programs for youth leaving care. YFC collaborated video producers at Temple's University Community Collaborative on a video to raise awareness about the face of youth homelessness.
On November 13, 2015, members of YFC spoke at a federal legislative briefing focused on youth homelessness. Youth advocates had a closed session with staffers from U.S. Senator Bob Casey's office.