2020 Plan Taskforce at the Pinellas County Urban League

333 31st St N, St. Petersburg Fl 33713
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Our mission The 2020 Plan is a collective impact initiative designed to reduce the poverty rate by 30% by 2020 in South St. Petersburg, an area that occupies about one-third of the City of St. Petersburg and is the largest concentration of poverty in Pinellas County, Florida

2020 Plan Taskforce at the Pinellas County Urban League

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Pinellas County Urban League has served over 12,000 families last year through education, employment, health, and housing programs; thanks to donors like you we will be able to continue the work of Empowering Communities and Changing Lives.
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About us The 2020 Plan is led by a network of 100 partners, and backed by funders such as Allegany Franciscan Ministries, the City of St. Petersburg, United Way Suncoast, Florida Blue Foundation, and Bon Secours Mission Fund, as well as business leaders from the St. Petersburg Chamber and St. Petersburg Economic Development Corporation. The plan is endorsed by city, county, state and federal officials and was named as one of the top five priorities of St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman, following his election in 2013. The plan is implemented by service providers who excel in the interventions needed to move the poverty needle. They include Pinellas Opportunity Council, Pinellas County Urban League, Pinellas Ex-Offender Re-Entry Coalition, Tampa Bay Black Business Investment Corporation, Mt Zion Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, and others