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WE ARE THE FUTURE
Single mothers have been undersupported and under represented for too long. We're here to help.
SUPPORT HOPE FOR THE FUTURE
Almost one-third (27.8%) of single-mother families were “food insecure,” about one-ninth (11.7%) used food pantries, one third spent more than half their income on housing, which is generally considered the threshold for “severe housing cost burden.”
Families headed by single mothers are among the poorest households, more than a third lived in poverty, and as such, are extremely vulnerable to homelessness. Among all homeless families nationwide, about two-thirds (60%) were headed by single women with children — representing 21% of the total homeless population; nearly half were African Americans (49%).
Here's a snapshot of what we are able to teach because of your donations:
Through self-awareness and relationship building, participants will be able to:
Develop self-awareness and self-management skills to achieve life success. Realize and identify the feelings and perspectives of others.
Use social awareness and interpersonal skills to establish and maintain positive relationships.
Demonstrate an ability to prevent, manage, and constructively resolve interpersonal conflicts.
Develop a prosperous skillset to become gainfully employed. Consider ethical, safety, and societal factors in making decisions.
Demonstrate skills related to achieving personal and professional goals
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