A college education is a great tool for overcoming poverty, but students have to be able escape poverty long enough to finish their degrees.
As the holiday season begins, the Anti-Poverty Network (APN) of New Jersey is launching a new campaign called Stories of New Jersey.
For young people, the tent city is an opportunity to have a one night experience of what it’s like for a homeless person to live on the street.
No one organization, no matter how big or how well-resourced, can grapple with all the dimensions of poverty which is a moral crisis in our state.
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week will be held from November 14-22, 2015, a time to to share our compassion with our homeless neighbors.