Homelessness

INTO Giving believes everyone has the right to a home, and in supporting those in need of help finding safe places to live.

How can you help?

INTO Giving is donating $220,000 (£170,000 GBP) to help US and UK homeless and vulnerable people with housing, food, practical support and education

 

US

San Diego, California has the 4th highest rate of homelessness in the United States. Across the US, there are more than 1.2 million homeless students, including 23,000 in San Diego County alone.

INTO Giving is supporting 350 K-12 homeless and vulnerable schoolchildren at the San Diego Monarch School with a donation of $25,000. Monarch School students come from households living in shelters, motels, single room occupancy housing, camp sites, cars, or on the streets.

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UK

Brighton, East Sussex, has the 2nd highest number of rough sleepers in England. One in 69 people are homeless or living in temporary accommodation, the 3rd highest proportion in England.

Among the most vulnerable are women living in temporary accommodation or rough sleeping.

INTO Giving is donating £25,000 ($33,000 US) over each of the next three years to Brighton Housing Trust to support 80 vulnerable women each year. Click here to find out more

We are also donating another £25,000 ($33,000 US) over each of the next three years FareShare Sussex to provide 100,000 meals to women’s refuges, homeless charities and community foodbanks across the counties of Sussex and Surrey. Click here to find out more

 

The Monarch School

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