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Underserved Communities Foundation 2023 Priorities

Affordable/accessible credit and savings

Financial inclusion, a key component for personal economic development, means individuals have access to useful and affordable financial products that meet their needs. People need the ability to establish and develop credit while savings offer the opportunity to establish security. Financial education and literacy is the key to financial well-being.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging & Accessibility

UCF believes in the purposeful and intentional implementation of systems, practices, and actions that promote justice, representation, and fairness to provide equitable access to opportunities and resources for underserved communities.


Often referred to as the great equalizer, high-quality and equitable education equips people with knowledge to understand themselves holistically, the world they live in, and the knowledge to enhance their lives.


Employment provides the opportunity for individuals to produce income and contribute to the economic development of their communities.


The environment and its adequate management of resources provide its communities with life support, natural resources for production and consumption, and supplies amenities.


Food Security

Food insecurity is characterized by the lack of access to nutritious, safe, and sufficient quality food. At times families experiencing food insecurity reduce food intake and normal eating patterns are disrupted due to lack of money and other resources for food.



Promoting physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being (to adapt and self-manage) is essential to human development.



UCF is committed to facilitating and ensuring that underserved communities have a place to live in such as a house, apartment, lodging, or shelter.


With its constant improvement, technology and continuous access to newer technology plays a part in almost all aspects of people’s lives. Access to technology can significantly improve people’s efficiency, particularly in the areas of employment, educational opportunities, and access to competitive credit and savings.


Transportation provides access. The better transportation is for an individual or family being efficient public transportation or personal vehicle, the better the opportunity to access other forms of economic pillars such as education, employment, health, food, and more.

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This is a one-time Lifetime membership. The inclusive group of UCF Founding Members are individuals committed to reducing poverty by empowering underserved communities. Lifetime members will be updated on the progress made by UCF from the beginning stages and invited to participate in impactful activities and programing improving the lives of thousands of individuals with access to food, housing, health, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and much more! Together we can reduce poverty by empowering the underserved!

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