Helping people with lower incomes navigate crisis situations, build stability, and lift themselves out of poverty.
January is National Poverty in America Awareness Month. Our blog will feature information about poverty in Hennepin County and how CAP-HC's anti-poverty work is designed to disrupt poverty in our community.
CAP-HC conducts an in-depth study at least every three year to understand the experiences and needs of low-income residents in Hennepin County.
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CAP-HC provided services for over 46,000 individuals in 2020. Learn how we addressed immediate needs and helped people build toward prosperity in our 2020 Annual Report.
Published on the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination (Apr. 4, 2018), this article by The Atlantic summarizes the last months of King's life. During this time, King’s greatest focus was on poverty and economic injustice.
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