to prepared meals, to access basic hygiene, to treat the cold or flu, to have access to basic contraception, to feel like a member of society as they get back on their feet.
In 2011, HUD reported 636,017 homeless individuals nationally including 67,495 veterans. Homelessness is not a lifestyle or a group of hippies fighting the "man" but people who are struggling. Chronic mental illness and drug addiction (often a dual diagnosis) contribute to a large amount of homelessness but they aren't the only demographic. Foreclosures and unemployment have contributed to the "new homeless" as well as returning veterans. This is WRONG.
Join Source Goods to break the cycle of homelessness today. Help us support individuals at one of America's homeless shelters (or Housing Assistance Programs) by donating today or give a Behind The Scenes donation and help Source Goods spread the "Goods". Please note- 98% of all donations fund our Prepared Meals, Apparel Access & Personal Care programs. We are actively working to make said donations 100%.