Homelessness Awareness Month

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According to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development:
30% of youth experiencing homelessness in the United States are living in California
51% of youth experiencing homelessness became homeless because they were asked to leave by a parent or caregiver.
62% of youth experiencing homelessness struggle with depression.
75% of youth experiencing homelessness have dropped out or will drop out of school.

Help Orangewood Foundation restore hope in youth experiencing homelessness.
Here are three ways you can help:

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Help fund emergency housing for youth by donating. Click here or the icon to donate.

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Create a “Kit of Hope” for youth to help them in their daily lives. Click on the gift icon to learn how.

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Like or follow us on social media @orangewoodfoundation on all major social media platforms.


Wear PURPLE and tag us @orangewoodfoundation and #RestoreHope4theHomelessOF to show your support during Homelessness Awareness Month