Nonprofit Quarterly | Carole Levine | May 22, 2018
In the nonprofit sector, we often reference the “working poor.” We understand that these are people who barely scrape by, living from paycheck to paycheck, prioritizing which bills get paid each month and which do not and hoping that no one gets sick. Many of us work with and for these families and individuals but never really know the extent of just how many “working poor” there are. Now, we may, thanks to ALICE—a United Way project that stands for “Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed.”
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