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Program Investment Process Priority Considerations

Community Result: People achieve financial stability


Priority Considerations

Support job attainment with living wage and benefits

Support job attainment and skill development for “hard to employ” populations

Enhance access to Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and free tax prep services for income eligible persons Enhance financial health by developing money management and debt reduction skills

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Enhance financial health by increasing household savings and assets

Enhance financial health by accessing public and private benefits

Includes anyone with need for service, however, focusing on dislocated workers Low-income, single heads of household New Americans Ex-offenders Poor/no job history Lacking diploma/GED Low literacy skills English as second language People with disabilities African American males Low to moderate income working families and individuals Anyone with need for service, however, focuses on low and moderate income individuals and families Anyone needing services, however, focusing on low and moderate income individuals and families and youth starting at middle school level Very low-income to middle-income individuals and families

United Way of Central Ohio