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just the facts:
kids and poverty

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

Small changes
big opportunities

Underwear is only one small part of supporting children who struggle with the many consequences of poverty. 7 pairs of new underwear can increase regular school attendance and boost self-esteem for the neediest among us.

Atlanta News Brief

uFE expands to Atlanta: Will Provide 53,000+ Pairs of Underwear to Local Students

Atlanta Partners


boys and girls clubs

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.


Child Protective Services

Child Protective Services (CPS) located in Atlanta is a branch of Georgia’s social services department responsible for cases of child abuse and neglect. Children found to live in dangerous situations are removed at a moment’s notice and often leave without any belongings. An assigned social worker takes each child “shopping” in a room stocked with basic needs where they receive UFE underwear.

School Homeless Department

Atlanta’s public school district supports students enrolled in the federally mandated homeless department. Most of the students are “couch surfing”, many fewer students live in shelters with their families. The department makes sure these children attend their home schools, assuring continuity in their education. The department also provides basic needs, including UFE underwear.

Since 2021


Kids served in Atlanta


Pairs donated in Atlanta

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Just the change
a child needs.