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Poverty in American Suburbs

Fifty years ago, the majority of the nation's poor lived in inner-city and rural areas. Today, it's increasingly based in the suburbs where it's difficult to access social services »

Food for All!

A community group in Oklahoma City has created a food truck to deliver healthy, nutritious meals to the people who need them most: hungry, underprivileged children »

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Keep Native American Students Engaged this Summer

On the Tohono O'odham Reservation, located in Arizona, 50.6% of children under the age of 18 live below the poverty line. Education is key to break this cycle, and summer programs encourage learning and curiosity. For many kids, this will be the first time traveling off the reservation.

This Gift That Gives More sends one Native American youth to NAAF's Academic Summer Enrichment Camp for one week.

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