Our Aim

We are continuously working to assist and empower underserved families and communities. HomelessdayUSA provides a variety of resources to the local communities.

Homelessness statistics:

In 2022, HUD estimated that 582,462 people were experiencing homelessness in the US, with a quarter of them being part of a family with children. The majority of people experiencing homelessness were in sheltered locations (63%), while the rest were in unsheltered locations such as on the street or in abandoned buildings. California, New York, and Florida have the highest homelessness rates with nearly 270,000 people, which is almost half the homeless population in the US.

Hunger statistics:

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), an average of 10.2% of US households were food insecure at some time during the year 2021 with over 9 million being children. According to Feeding America, that’s 1 in 8 kids who are at risk of facing food insecurity. Additionally, households headed by single moms had a significantly higher rate of food insecurity at 24%.