Join us on May 29 as we discuss Overlooked and Undercounted in Philadelphia! (#event #media)

One-fifth of the 3.4 million households in Pennsylvania lack adequate income to meet their basic needs, representing a large and diverse group of families experiencing distress. That's one of the findings from PathWays PA's latest study of the economic needs of the state's working families, Overlooked and Undercounted: Struggling to Make Ends Meet in Pennsylvania.

On May 29, we will discuss the findings of the report with Carol Goertzel, President/CEO of PathWays PA, and Dr. Diana Pearce, author of the report and the Director of the Center for Women's Welfare at the University of Washington.

Space is limited, so please RSVP today!


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