Support K-12 Homeless Liaisons

In the United States, nearly 4 million people under the age of 18 were categorized as homeless in 2018, with 1.5 million of them attending school from kindergarten to grade twelve. The number of homeless students has climbed by 70% in the last ten years. As reported by public education young ones were either:
  • Living in shelters, transitional housing awaiting foster care
  • Doubled up with another family
  • Living in cars, parks, campgrounds, temporary trailers, abandoned buildings, and motels

Unfortunately, these funds cannot go towards all student’s daily essentials, such as food, clothing, hygiene care, and much more. School districts and homeless liaisons/teachers rely on community support, and donated funds that are not classified as federal funds to assist with securing the needs of students.

Over 1 Million Students PreK-12th Homeless Each Year