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CASE STUDY | Calgary's Enough For All: Canada's First Financial Empowerment Model

Cities Reducing Poverty, Alison Homer, Case Studies, Poverty Reduction Strategy

Calgary’s Financial Empowerment Collaborative plays an important role in the community-driven Enough for All poverty reduction strategy. Working toward achieving the goal that everyone has the income and assets needed to thrive, the collaborative designs and delivers initiatives that support Calgarians living on low incomes to reduce debt, increase savings, and build assets.

Alison Homer

By Alison Homer

Alison works with Tamarack’s Cities Reducing Poverty as Manager of Learning and Western Cities. She has been involved with Vibrant Communities since 2012 through her previous role as Director of Vibrant Abbotsford.

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