More than 42 million people may experience food insecurity, including a potential 13 million children, and as many as 580,000 Americans are homeless on a typical night. Unemployment, household assets, health conditions and disabilities, and race and demographics are all contributing factors that make it difficult to obtain shelter and force families to choose between paying for food, medicine, or utilities. Support these nonprofits who are dedicated to addressing hunger, housing, and poverty. We encourage you to leverage the power of recurring payroll deduction gifts through your employer's workplace giving program. You can also support each of these America's Charities-vetted members via credit/debit card on this page by clicking "Give Now" to add each charity to your donation cart.