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Project Downtown: Business Proposal to Make Project Downtown a Success Written by: Student Name
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Poverty in the World 852 million people across the world that are hungry (World Vision) Six million children under the age of five die every year worldwide as a result of starvation (Care Campaign). 1.1 billion people in the world live in extreme poverty (World Bank)
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Poverty in the US 35.1 million people—including 12.4 million children—live in households that experience hunger or the risk of hunger Estimated 704,000 people in the United States used homeless shelters or transitional housing (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development)
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Poverty in Flint In 2000, 26.4% of the individuals and 22.9% of families live below the poverty line (US Census Bureau) The unemployment in Flint hovers around 7% of individuals (USA Today)
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Myths about poverty Myth: People are poor because they are too lazy to work Truth: However, almost half of the people served nationally live in households with at least one working adult. And, of the 23 million people fed ever year, 9 million are children under the age of 18. (Food Bank Council)
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Myths about Poverty Myth: Poor people are poor because of their personal failures Truth: More than three million jobs have disappeared since the beginning of 2001 and millions of primary wage earners have been out of work so long that their unemployment benefits have been eliminated (Food Bank Counicl)
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So what can we do as college students to help alleviate this situation????
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PROJECT DOWNTOWN
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What is Project Downtown? Project Downtown (PD) is a national initiative that seeks to serve the homeless and needy of North America with the aim of helping them improve their situation and become self-sufficient.
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History of Project Downtown Founded by a couple of Miami students March of 2006 Affected by the sites of people in the streets who were poor, hungry, homeless and forgotten purchased supplies to make 30 meals consisting of sandwiches, bananas, cookies and water Every Friday distributed this food Word spread and the project expected
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