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In Connecticut, a family of four is estimated to need $126,000 annually to cover essential living expenses, which is significantly higher than the federal poverty threshold of $30,000. As stated in the United Way report, this notable difference results in more than 40% of families in Connecticut facing financial difficulties in meeting basic needs.

HOW DO WE MOVE FORWARD?

WE HAVE THE ANSWER AND IT STARTS RIGHT HERE WITH BRIARWOOD.

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"We have to stop thinking of ourselves and society as a point of scarcity and actually look at it as a point of inclusive bounty. And so, building collective power, which is your dollar plus my dollar equals two dollars."

-Teresa C. Younger

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