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Unacceptable, 1.6 Million Homeless Youth in America

Posted by Admin On December - 2 - 2014
Tell President Obama to Invest In Kids in His Budget! Sign The Petition
Improving the well-being of a child has a ripple effect that exponentially benefits not only the future of the child, but the future of their community. Investing in better nutrition and health care, for example, can help children perform better in school and pass these gains on to their children. Will you step up to help empower children to reach their potential?
Nearly 60 million school-aged children around the world are not in primary school–these are 60 million children whose futures are being squandered without proper investment in their education. Even here at home, 1.6 million young people are estimated to be homeless. It is vital to future of our nation and our world that the US make investing in children a top priority.
Thank you,
The Care2 Petitions Team Kelsey Dean
The Care2 Petitions Team
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