Advocacy

This week is #LivingWageWeek.  A living wage is defined as the hourly wage a worker needs to earn to cover their basic expenses and participate in their community. This is different than minimum wage – minimum wage is the minimum that an employer can legally pay...

When resources are limited, households are faced with the dilemma of whether to make rent/mortgage payments, purchase groceries, or pay their utility bills. When the alternative is the risk of homelessness or your family going hungry, more and more households are finding themselves falling behind...