What is the Under 18 Poverty Rate in Your County?
The Florida Chamber Foundation’s Prosperity Project is uniting Florida’s business community to implement long-term solutions that provide economic opportunity for all Floridians, regardless of what zip code they live in.
As we work toward our goal of reducing the number of children in poverty to less than 10% and creating pathways to prosperity for 100%, it’s important we know where to best focus our efforts.
829,342 children live in poverty in Florida. How many of these children live in your zip code?
The Florida Prosperity Initiative is looking at private sector best practices at the zip code level so we can learn from one another and help plant the same seeds in other zip codes.
Choose your county below to download a county map that illustrates the poverty rates broken down by zip code.
If you would like be part of the solution of ending childhood poverty in Florida, join the Prosperity Project.
Select Your County to View the Poverty Rate for Children Under Age 18 by Zip Code