America's Youngest Children Most Likely To Live In Poor Economic Conditions | Newsroom America
For many of the people we serve, hunger is a struggle for the entire family. More than 42 million people in the United States face hunger, including 13 million children. And according to new research, out of all age groups children are most likely to live in poverty. Read the Article »
How financial tech startups are reaching out to low-income Americans | Digiday
We are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to reach the people we serve in our fight to end hunger. Financial technology companies are also looking for ways to reach lower-income customers, including those who don’t even have a bank account, in order to help them reach their financial goals. Read the Article »
Poverty a top concern of US mayors, survey finds | Lancaster Online
According to a new survey, mayors across the country consider poverty among their residents a top concern. As we see in our daily work through our network of food banks and agencies, this reflects an understanding of the needs of our countries most economically disadvantaged residents. Read the Article »
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