Hopping on a bus because your car’s in the shop or you want to be environmentally responsible.
Cutting a rent or mortgage check at the first of the month so your family has a clean, safe home.
Picking up a group of friends or piling in your car with the family to head to the park for a day of fun.
For 75% of Duluthians, that’s everyday life.
But for the remaining 25%, the one in four families in this town who live in poverty, it’s not.