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2030 Goal Leader Update: Cut Florida childhood poverty in half and ensure 100% have a pathway out

The Florida Prosperity Project’s growth around the state of Florida continues. In recent months, new zip code adopters have emerged and launched projects in both Brevard and Volusia counties. In addition, the Project has been featured on a statewide and national stage with venues such as the Florida Philanthropic Network’s Annual Conference, the National United Way Webinar, and numerous local chamber events throughout Florida. As our project continues to grow, we would like to thank our Advisory Board leaders, including representatives from Advent Health, Citrix, Children’s Home Society, Florida Blue, Humana, Teach for America, Orlando Magic, Lee Health, Broward College, Gas South and Maximus.

While childhood poverty numbers are trending downward, and context is key to the conversation. Check out March 2022’s Florida By The Numbers update, to get analysis on the most recently released 2020 childhood poverty statistics.

The Florida Prosperity Project invites you to continue the conversation on addressing the ten root causes of generation poverty in Florida and how the business community can unite to cut childhood poverty in half by 2030 and ensure 100% have a pathway out. REGISTER HERE> today to take advantage of the early bird special.

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