January 14, 2016

30 Days Of Poverty is a community-wide campaign to fight local poverty.


We fight local poverty by answering three questions:

What does Evansville poverty look like?
Who’s working to fight it?
How can I get involved?

Explore these questions yourself through a month-long series of events.

Woohoo! Here’s what you did through 30 Days of Poverty 2016:

30 Days of Poverty was an exciting month for our community. Whether you volunteered, donated, ran, attended, read, watched, shared, or liked, you played a part in:

10 events
70 churches & organizations
500 food items
500 runners
850 volunteers
2,400 shoes collected
LOTS of awareness & action to fight poverty


How can I get involved?

30 Days Of Poverty is about offering you a chance to discover what Evansville poverty looks like, learn who is working to fight it, and to act by getting involved in one of these organizations.
You will find events throughout the month of April to help you discover and explore these agencies to see if one might be a good fit for you as a donor or volunteer.
If each local agency gained 5 volunteers and 5 donors, our community would not be the same.

Contact Us:

812.423.9222‬ or jsecrest[at]restoringpeople.com

30 Days of Poverty is hosted by the Evansville Christian Life Center.