In Atlanta, *35% of children live in poverty, ranking fifth in the country.
77.9% of Atlanta students graduate from high school, 5% below the national average.
Atlanta ranks 5th in the country for having the most kids living in concentrated poverty.
*Kids Count Data, Annie E. Casey Foundation
When your company, organization or family donates to sponsor an Undies for Change event in your area, even more local children receive undies.
For more information, go to the Undies for Change page.
Boys and Girls Clubs of America provides after school programming for children who need structure
and support. UFE partners with this vibrant, well-respected group in distributing a week’s supply of
underwear to their participants.
Community closets are spaces where individuals and families in a community can donate and borrow gently used clothing, household items, and other necessities. These spaces often operate on a free or low-cost basis and are designed to provide support for those in need. Community closets can be found in a variety of locations, such as churches, schools, and community centers.