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80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Source: Winston-Salem Poverty Thought Force 2016.

Time poverty is the notion that individuals with a high disposable income have relatively little leisure time with which to enjoy said income, due to the demands or circumstances surrounding their employment. The issue impacts salaried individuals, who often work long hours regardless of the level of compensation to achieve and/ or maintain job performance. Time poverty can also negatively impact individuals who are engaged in community-related activities (e.g., volunteer organizations, faith-based organizations, social groups), ultimately negatively impacting the community.

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Profile for The Winston-Salem Foundation

Rethinking Philanthropy: An Exploration of Black Communities in Forsyth County  

Rethinking Philanthropy: An Exploration of Black Communities in Forsyth County