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Child Hardship Fact Force

Child Hardship Fact Force

By mid-winter, an estimated 8.6 million American children could be evicted from their homes—living in cars, on couches, on the street, or in shelters, most hungry—with no Internet for school, at risk of freezing, molestation, abuse, family breakdown or being taken by the state—and their family members twice as likely to get COVID-19 and 5 times as likely to die of it as they would if in their own homes. We are assembling information to help organizations in the United States come together and prevent this impending tragedy that threatens millions of children.

The Child Eviction Fact Force

The Child Eviction Fact Force

By mid-winter, an estimated 8.6 million American children could be evicted from their homes—living in cars, on couches, on the street, or in shelters, most hungry—with no Internet for school, at risk of freezing, molestation, abuse, family breakdown or being taken by the state—and their family members twice as likely to get COVID-19 and 5 times as likely to die of it as they would if in their own homes. We are assembling information to help organizations in the United States come together and prevent this impending tragedy that threatens millions of children.