What can people waiting for unemployment benefits, or who aren’t eligible for them, do to pay their bills? There are options.
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The COVID-19 pandemic is a crisis of shocking proportion. We eagerly yearn for a return to normal, even as we picture what “a new normal” might require.
Congress has now passed four relief packages in response to the pandemic. But too often corporate profits are coming before the public interest.
We suspended in-person free tax filing assistance due to coronavirus safety measures, but we’re working hard to get you the info and help you need. (Post updated since publication.)
Before COVID-19, nearly 700 people died every day because of poverty in this country. We must now protect the poor and the workers on the frontlines.
Join us in urging our state officials to swiftly adopt key measures to protect working families and other vulnerable people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal policymakers must enact additional measures now to mitigate the far-reaching economic harms arising from the coronavirus pandemic.
This budget would push millions of Americans into or deeper into poverty, making life harder in every way possible for people already on the brink.
A new Trump proposal would hugely increase hunger by kicking millions of Americans off food stamps and by making it harder to get nutrition assistance.
“If you’ve ever suffered from hunger, you want to give back. I want to be an advocate and open doors for the next generation.”