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The Homeless Smell Awful!

In 2020, the homeless population in Washington reached 21,577. Due to Covid, access to public restrooms has been a struggle for the homeless, leaving many individuals unable to meet their basic hygiene needs. 

National Alliance to End Homelessness

Foundation for Homeless & Poverty Management is developing day centers to meet the needs of people surviving homelessness by providing a place where they can get a shower, clean clothing and fulfill their basic hygiene needs. 

Get a Job!

According to a study, between 5 and 10 percent of the homeless are employed full-time and between 10 and 20 percent are employed part-time or seasonally. Some studies place the rate of employment around 45%. The working homeless have low wage jobs but still either sleep in their vehicles (if they have one) or are couch surfing. Your favorite fast-food places do not provide enough wages for them to “afford a place to call home.” 
The Working-Homeless: The What? 

Not in my Backyard!

Washington state has the fifth-highest number of homelessness in the nation. Between 2007 and 2019, the unsheltered homeless population increased 47%. The number of homeless people are growing and they are becoming more visible in neighborhoods and communities. It's time to help.   Homelessness in Washington

Stay Off Our Sidwalks!

In 2019, more than 500,000 people experience homelessness in American. Washington state does not have the capacity to provide over 50% of our homeless individuals with a bed.    Homelessness in America

Foundation for Homeless & Poverty Management goal is to help people surviving homelessness with a place to go to get off the street and much more. 


Support our goal to help the homeless.