On the Table 2015 participants from all walks of life came together representing the entire region, from city neighborhoods to suburban communities.

What inspires me most about On the Table is the opportunity for an inclusive and welcoming space where community members' voices are heard and uplifted.

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CONVERSATIONS
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PARTICIPANTS
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SURVEY RESPONDENTS

Median Age

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Racial Breakdown of Respondents

WHITE
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AFRICAN AMERICAN
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LATINO
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ASIAN
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MULTIRACIAL
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Gender Breakdown of Respondents

WOMEN
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MEN
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*Other — 0.4% of respondents indicated a response that was neither male or female (such as 'androgenous, bi-gendered, non-binary, or other')

Motivations to Participate in On the Table 2015

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of respondents want to effect
change in their communities
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of respondents want to collaborate
with others to achieve change

A Highly Engaged Group

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91 percent of respondents make donations
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91 percent of respondents vote in local elections
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89 percent of respondents have volunteered in the past 12 months
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75 percent of respondents primarily take part in public meetings
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A large percentage (75%) of respondents indicated at least "some" level of community involvement.

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Overall, 31% rated their participation as "very involved."

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Respondents are eight times more likely to attend public meetings about community affairs compared to residents on the region.

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Respondents are seven times more likely to work in their neighborhood to improve something compared to residents in the region.

A story of stepping out on faith to help someone, when it was believed that the help will not be received or effective, only to realize that it changed that person's life.