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impact
Real impact
to help our region thrive
Atlantic County, NJ
Burlington County, NJ
Camden County, NJ
Cape May County, NJ
Chester County, PA
Cumberland County, NJ
Delaware County, PA
Montgomery County, PA
Philadelphia County, PA

IMPACT

From North Philly to West, from Wiggins Park in Camden to the tip of Cape May, we’re making progress together as a region, proving that the smartest way to combat poverty is the united way.

 

Atlantic County, NJ
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263,670 Total Population
15.6% Pop. Served by Partners
11.3% Population in Poverty
6 Community Partners
Burlington County, NJ
445,349 Total Population
12.2% Pop. Served by Partners
5.7% Population in Poverty
3 Community Partners
Camden County, NJ
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506,471 Total Population
14.4% Pop. Served by Partners
10.7% Population in Poverty
16 Community Partners
Cape May County, NJ
92,039 Total Population
13.3% Pop. Served by Partners
9.8% Population in Poverty
2 Community Partners
Chester County, PA
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524,989 Total Population
2.5% Pop. Served by Partners
5.9% Population in Poverty
3 Community Partners
Cumberland County, NJ
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149,527 Total Population
13.3% Pop. Served by Partners
13.8% Population in Poverty
7 Community Partners
Delaware County, PA
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566,747 Total Population
5.7% Pop. Served by Partners
9.9% Population in Poverty
8 Community Partners
Montgomery County, PA
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830,915 Total Population
14.8% Pop. Served by Partners
6% Population in Poverty
8 Community Partners
Philadelphia County, PA
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1,584,064 Total Population
57.1% Pop. Served by Partners
23% Population in Poverty
50+ Community Partners

NOW, MORE THAN EVER, YOUR SUPPORT CAN HELP US ACCELERATE THE IMPACT WE AND OUR PARTNERS ARE HAVING.


Region-Wide
Impact

$47.8M

Raised to fight poverty since 2018

400+

Corporate partners

150+

Community partners

9

Counties served

We are committed to the idea that
transparency drives real impact. 

We insist on accountability from ourselves and our partners so we can accurately measure our impact, and can continually improve and refine our efforts.

Over the last year, our partners have made a difference in the lives of more than 1.75 million people. 

Download Our Latest Annual Report

 

Region-Wide Impact

1.75M

People positively impacted in our region

$14.8M

Invested across our communities

10,000+

Volunteers mobilized to support projects throughout the region.

FY 2019-2020
Collective Poverty-Fighting Network of 150+ Community Partners Across Nine Counties

Early Learning Impact

20,000

Parents & Caregivers
Received Skills and Tools for At-Home Learning, Early Literacy & School-Readiness

5,000+

Children (Ages 0-5)
Provided with Early-Development & School-Readiness Literacy Support

47,000+

K-3 Students
Boosted with Early-Literacy Help

FY 2019-2020
Collective Poverty-Fighting Network of 40 Community Partners Across Nine Counties

Career Pathways Impact

Students (Grades 4-9)

18,600+

Participated in quality out-of-school programs.

15,000+

Exposed to career opportunities.

13,000+

Advanced grade levels.

FY 2019-2020
Collective Poverty-Fighting Network of 73 Community Partners Across Nine Counties

Careers Pathway Impact

Young Adults

1,100+

Completed a GED program or received a high school diploma.

1,000

Received job training skills.

1,500+

Got jobs.

FY 2019-2020
Collective Poverty-Fighting Network of 73 Community Partners Across Nine Counties

Financial Empowerment Impact

300+

On track to be homeowners.

11,200+

Received financial counseling.

5,000

Provided career planning support to move beyond minimum wage jobs.

600+

Completed industry-recognized credentialing programs.

FY 2019-2020
Collective Poverty-Fighting Network of 47 Community Partners Across Nine Counties

Community Resiliency Impact

431

Nonprofits supported to expand their reach.

1.5M+

People received emergency food assistance.

78K+

2-1-1 calls connecting people to support and resources

2,956

Individuals and organizations trained in trauma-informed care.

FY 2019-2020
Collective Poverty-Fighting Network of 10 Community Partners Across Nine Counties