Population Eligible to go to a Cleveland Pantry Program

The Cleveland Foodbank prepared "Poverty and Hunger Relief Programs in Cuyahoga County" for United Way of Greater Cleveland and other social service agencies. The following table shows the population of Cleveland communities, the number of these populations that are living below 200% of poverty, and the percentage of the population who are eligible to go to a Pantry Program.

Percent of People Eligible to go to a Pantry Program in Cleveland Communities

Community

Total Population Estimates

Estimated Population Living Below 200% of Poverty

Percent Eligible

Rank: Percent Eligible

Kinsman

4,246

3,771

89

1

Central

10,299

9,067

88

2

Stockyards

8,012

6,303

79

3

North Broadway

3,800

2,875

76

4

Woodland Hills

9,259

6,647

72

5

Industrial Valley

1,104

791

72

5

St. Clair-Superior

9,960

6,870

69

7

Detroit-Shoreway

13,265

8,962

68

8

Union-Miles

10,399

6,940

67

9

Clark-Fulton

11,097

7,307

66

10

South Collinwood

11,193

7,319

65

11

East Cleveland

19,088

12,431

65

11

Ohio City

8,542

5,559

65

11

Glenville

16,171

10,407

64

14

Forest Hills

10,859

6,962

64

14

Fairfax

6,496

4,118

63

16

South Broadway

17,429

10,943

63

16

University

5,291

3,299

62

18

Tremont

7,432

4,628

62

18

Hough

13,560

8,439

62

18

Mt. Pleasant

17,918

11,067

62

18

Cudell

8,819

5,183

59

22

Highland Hills

578

334

58

23

Goodrich-Kirtland Park

4,141

2,367

57

24

Brooklyn Centre

7,755

4,345

56

25

Buckeye-Shaker

13,900

7,550

54

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