Poor Americans who find themselves on the street, may die of hunger because there is no money for their livelihood.
- In the U.S., many dining rooms are closed for the poor, and those that "survived" — reduce portions
In the U.S., many dining rooms are closed for the poor, and those that "survived" — reduce portions.
The number of hungry Americans continues to increase. In 21 of the 25 U.S. cities examined the number of requests for food aid for the year increased, but in the federal budget has no money to support soup kitchens homeless.
As a result, portions have decreased, writes The Daily Mail.
In many cities, the number of shelters for the homeless for the year reduced by half, the report said the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
"This report demonstrates well how painful recession impact on our residents. Many families that were formerly considered middle class, now do not even have a roof over your head and in need of social assistance," — said Greg Fischer, Mayor of Louisville, Kentucky.
Some of the cities where the growing number of hungry people, includes such mega-cities like Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Dallas and others.
At the same time 51% interest in need of a free meal of Americans has a family, while 37% are employed. Every sixth starving refers to a group of elderly people, and eight and a half percent — the homeless.
As a result of an acute deficit of power as the U.S. is trying to cut costs in 2013 — partly through the elimination of coupons for free meals.
Recall, according to a recent survey, almost