Thursday, February 25, 2021 | 6:30-8pm
Online via Zoom
We all know people who are ALICE — Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. ALICE workers educate our children, keep us healthy, and make our quality of life possible, yet do not earn enough to support their own families. ALICE households are forced to make tough choices, such as deciding between quality childcare or paying the rent, which have long-term consequences not only for ALICE, but for all.
United Way of PA has released updated ALICE data on January 26, as well as information about the impact of COVID 19 on the ALICE community. Join us for this Townhall to learn about the revised data as well as hear from local organizations who are using local ALICE data to inform their work to better serve our neighbors in Lebanon County.
Questions about ALICE in our community or our Townhall? Contact Brooke Smith, CEO.
Thank you to Fulton Bank for their support of ALICE in Lebanon County.
“Fulton Bank thanks United Way for their service and positive impact in our communities,” said Krista Darr, Fulton Bank regional commercial executive. “We’re proud to be a part of the United Way’s efforts to support underserved populations, which aligns with our Fulton Forward® initiative. Fulton Forward® aids individuals and communities by providing financial education and encouraging economic development. Like United Way, our goal is to help people escape generational poverty and realize sustainable prosperity.”