Fund homelessness in the united states
The statistics on homelessness and why it should be funded by either the government or by local people and buisnesses
October 26, 2016
Dear Mr/Mrs. President:
First off, congratulations on winning the presidential election of 2016. While you are in office there is one problem I would like to address to you. That problem is homelessness in the United states.The reason I care so strongly about this issue is because having people living on the streets is unsanitary and unsafe.
Did you know that 15% of our population is homeless? Many people are forced to live on the streets because home prices are astronomically expensive.
Pursuing this further, I think that the government should have a homeless funding program that gives them a certain amount per person per week if they are homeless. By funding the homeless people we will have . This will give them the money to get back on their feet and start living a casual life like the rest of us. The money will help pay for food and the education needed for a low-level job to help them get a job. Have cleaner streets. Without people living on them there will be less trash around less homeless human feces which will result in a cleaner better USA to help them get a job.
Did you know that 15% of our population is homeless? Many people are forced to live on the streets because home prices are astronomically expensive.The first topic I would like to bring up is that most homeless people are homeless because of not being able to afford a home. Although some people are homeless because of choice, most homeless people need the money to get out of homelessness and most people don't hand out money to people on the street. One main reason people are homeless is because of debt That is hard to get out of and without money or a job they will be living on the streets unless someone gives them money.
We shouldn't be letting people who fought to keep us safe live on the streets
Did you know that 9% of all homeless people are veterans,This means that 9% of the homeless population in our country are good men and women that risked their lives fighting for our country are living on our streets. Shouldn't the people who fought to keep us safe be supported through their hard times? Honestly they helped us when they fought for us so why are we not helping them by supporting them with money, housing,food, and jobs so they can live a better life.
Thank you for reading my letter and considering my suggestion.