Building Community to End Poverty
In Troup County, 21.3 percent (14,400 people) of the people live at or below the federal poverty level, which is $25,750 for a family of four. Today, in our community one in three children is living in poverty.
Circles exists to identify and eliminate the causes of poverty and support those wishing to lift themselves out of poverty. We use a relational strategy to support both parents and children moving out of poverty while inspiring and equipping the community to reduce its poverty rate.
Thank you to our community sponsors