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Enough For All: Raising Awareness of Poverty in Calgary

We generally think of Calgary as a prosperous city; but, did you know that Calgary has the highest level of income inequality of any city in Canada?
More than 127,000 people live in poverty in Calgary. Enough For All is a commuity-led campaign with a goal to reduce this number 50% by 2023. We all need to work together to in order to ensure that 62,500 citizens move out of poverty in the next 6 years. Visit EnoughForAll.ca to learn how you can help.
You can also check out these media stories for more information on Enough For All:
Calgary Herald – Enough For All: Calgarians Urged to Take a Stand Against Poverty
Metro News – Enough for All: Calgary Organizations Launch Poverty Awareness Campaign
CBC News – Poverty Reduction Plan Aims to Cut Rate in Half by 2023
News Talk 770 – Campaign Launched to Reduce Calgary Poverty
660 News – New Campaign Asks You to Raise Your Hand to Reduce Poverty in Calgary
Global News – New Campaign Aims to Reduce Poverty in Calgary 50 per cent by 2023