Launch of new One-to-One program starts the clock to reduce child poverty

The Child Poverty Collaborative on Tuesday, September 19th introduced the 28 local agencies that will start working with families immediately to reduce Cincinnati’s child poverty rate.

The group’s ambitious goal is to help 10,000 children and 5,000 families lift themselves out of poverty in the next five years. And with Tuesday’s launch of the One-to-One Learning Collaborative, the clock starts now, said Ross Meyer, vice president for community impact at United Way of Greater Cincinnati.

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