What does generational poverty mean for our children?

11.9 million

children in the USA live in poverty


children in the state of Florida live in concentrated poverty


children in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties live in poverty

Together, we're reducing poverty.

Poverty Solutions Group seeks a new strategy: poverty reduction.

Poverty is a situation not a person so a solution demands more than individual change. The situation is only resolved when the community understands the systemic barriers that perpetuate poverty and takes action to eliminate those barriers.

Individual, Volunteer, Community self-awareness and knowledge


Access to resources through social capital


Systemic Barriers


Economic Sustainability


of participants understand the complexities of poverty after immersive learning experience


increase in household income for Circle Leaders after 24 months


of borrowers are current with or paid off credit restoration loan as an alternative to predatory lending

Learn how you can get involved.

Raise your poverty IQ through our Immersive Learning Modules.


Join the Circles movement to reduce poverty by building community.

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