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The Imminent Surge in Homelessness

The looming threat of evictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic puts 30-40 million Americans at risk of homelessness. Due to the gender wage gap, women are among the most vulnerable to eviction, as they consistently earn less than their male counterparts. Additionally, Black women and women of color are at a greater risk of eviction, while also making less than their white counterparts. For many, eviction and domestic violence go hand in hand. Women like Sarah’s Circle client, Elizabeth, have faced eviction due to domestic disturbances enacted by a former spouse or partner. Elizabeth’s abuser appeared at her home repeatedly,…

Systemic Racism and Homelessness

Nationally and in Chicago, Black and African-American women are over-represented among people experiencing homelessness. These disparities are not a coincidence.

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Donation drop-offs on hold

COVID-19 Updates

Sarah’s Circle’s programs continue to remain open and operational during the pandemic.

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Hot Summer Night Postponed

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, Sarah’s Circle has postponed Hot Summer Night until Thursday, June 10th, 2021. Please stay tuned for updates in the coming months!