Manatee County 2023 ALICE Report
The annual ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) Report compiled by United Way Suncoast and its research partner, United For ALICE is a great resource for local nonprofits to gain additional insights on the people that they serve.
Some highlights from this year’s ALICE Report:
- The number of families living paycheck to paycheck in Manatee County rose by 16 percent during the first two years of the pandemic.
- Manatee now has more than 66,000 households that are classified as ALICE or living under the federal poverty line. That’s 41 percent of all Manatee households that are struggling to make ends meet or stand just one unexpected expense away from dire circumstances.
- That percentage is even higher in Bradenton (48 percent) and Palmetto (51 percent).
Click on the link to review a specific Manatee County information page generated by the researchers (or continue scrolling to review the report).
Learn more about the report’s broader findings and review media accounts by visiting United Way Suncoast’s ALICE 2023 page, where you also can book a United Way Suncoast speaker for your civic group, church or nonprofit.
If you would like to attend a future ALICE Report Update Session at MCF to learn more, please contact Alicia Chalmers (email@example.com)