Find out why we started Partners4People and how we are helping in our community
P4P utilizes both direct and indirect giving to support our partners in actively assisting the underfed and homeless in our community. P4P assists both in chronic and emergency situations, as well as partners with deserving organizations for matching grant programs.
While we alone cannot solve homelessness or food insecurity, we can come together as a community to raise funds and awareness of the issues … one dollar, one step, one person at a time.
Homelessness is a problem everywhere, including Central Texas:
The definition of those who are experiencing homelessness includes:
Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration:
Defining Food Insecurity
The USDA defines food insecurity as a lack of consistent access to enough food for every person in a household to live an active, healthy life. This can be a temporary situation for a family or can las a long time. Food insecurity is one way we measure how many people can’t afford food.
2021 Food Insecurity stats in Texas
According to the Central Texas Food Bank, 34% of food bank clients are children and teens.