United Way of Bucks County, explains why transportation has been identified as a real barrier for low-income people to become self-sufficient. Recorded March 29, 2018." />
The Value of a Tank of Gas - Self-sufficiency- 3:58
with Danielle Bush, Director, Community and Volunteer Engagement, United Way of Bucks County
Posted Mar 30, 2018Expires Jul 02, 2018
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Danielle Bush, Director, Community and Volunteer Engagement for the United Way of Bucks County, explains why transportation has been identified as a real barrier for low-income people to become self-sufficient. Recorded March 29, 2018.
Hosted by: Jill HornerProduced by: Freedom Newsmakers Team
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