Just manage resources matter.That's great, so you of all people should know better than to believe in free money.
Americans as a whole already donate 300 billion - 400 billion dollars every year in charitable donations. If even a quarter of that went into the hands of the people it's supposed to, that's 100 billion. So in the last 10 years that would mean we have donated 1 trillion dollars to charity.
And that's ON TOP of the 2-3 trillion dollars the government collects in tax revenue every year.
And yet in spite of all that we still have the sick, the homeless, the addiction, the underprivileged, the crime, the suffering, etc... all of the problems this money was supposed to make disappear. What happened? Were we just a few too trillion short of our goal? Or more realistically are these just human being problems that money is never going to solve?
There are many apartments and condos sitting unoccupied in major cities, even in Canada. Why not house some of the homeless in them?
Once you separate the impoverished from those that treat being homeless as a lifestyle (and yes, those people do exist), its a matter of housing them while they get themselves back on their feet while they look for a job for financial stability (including the work attire to look the part), get clean from addictions, and learn to manage money better while building their savings up.
Victimless crimes should not result in jail time. Some of them, i.e. drug use, should be approached as a health issue instead if they are addicts
The underprivileged...free college and, much more importantly, debt forgiveness. Once the burden of debt is removed, it is easier to focus on contributing to society.
The sick...Medicare 4 All and pharmacare for all for medications. Even Trump has been in support on universal healthcare (which is cheaper in the long run, and thus should be favoured by conservatives instead of opposed) and he had a decent idea in removing state lines in regards to insurance to create competition back in 2016. Capitalism has its limits here when it comes to healthcare.
I get that you want to have capitalist solutions to long standing problems. Even climate change has those that want to solve the issue by using capitalism. But certain problems, like the sick and the homeless, do require socialism to fix them. It’s for the sake of creating fairness in terms of access.