ZACAH Emergency Financial Assistance Program
Despite being the richest country in the world with a GDP of over $1 trillion, there is a massive discrepancy in the distribution of wealth in USA. Since 1979, this gap in wealth disparity means that 95% of Americans own less today than they did in 1979. Only the top 5% are richer than before. An average American lives paycheck-to-paycheck: 70% Americans have with less than $500 to deal with any unexpected emergency. Loss of work for a week from injury or illness, breakdown of a car, a medical bill or simply a necessary but unplanned household expense is enough to push an average family into debt, disconnection of utilities and risk of eviction.
Our goal is to intervene in this cycle of financial distress which has far reaching consequences. Besides financial stress, it causes significant mental strain on individuals and families. We can help with emergency assistance for food, rent, utilities & other essential needs.
The need is significant.
Please help us in our cause. Donate to ZACAH.