North Carolina Community Action Association
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Pieces Come Together for NCCAA 2016 Annual Conference
All of the “Pieces Came Together” for a successful NCCAA 2016 Annual Conference… There were numerous opportunities to “connect” with peers and colleagues…
See newsletter for list of new NCCAA officers and board members
Out-Standing Awards Presented at 2016 Conference
Three Standing Awards were presented: Roselle Copeland Stewardship Award, Lonnie D. Burton Achievement Award, and the Gloria Williams Award.
Other awards were given for:
- Introducing “The Essential Piece” – Community Action Employee of the Year Award
- Agency Awards for supporting the work of NCCAA through advocacy and education
- Social Media Smackdown for participation in the NCCAA Social Media Smackdown
Name that Cow! – And Join the MOOvement to End Poverty
A new fundraising initiative entitled, “Holy Cow! Join the Moovement to End Poverty” has been developed and pre-launched in May at the NCCAA 2016 Annual Conference. The campaign will officially launch in August and features a cow and cow tales to educate and inform the community about poverty in a clever, eye-catching way, while providing a revenue opp to help agencies raise unrestricted funds.
Other Items of Interest
- NCCAA Leads the Way with CJH – NCCAA is serving as the Lead Independent Evaluator for a Federal Competitive Abstinence Education Grant awarded to CJH Educational Services, Inc.
- SEACAA Website Gets New User-Friendly Format in Time for 2016 Conference
- Governor McCrory Declares May Community Action Month
- Read More about the FLSA Overtime Exemption Rule – FLSA Overtime Regulations, Society for Human Resource Management
- Agency Highlight – Coastal Community Action Association
- Agency Update – Perry Worthington, Job Placement Specialist joins NEW Reentry Services
- John Edwards Motivates and Inspires NCCAA Case Managers