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September 2018 Newsletter – Maryland Community Action Partnership

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MCAP News – September 2018
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Spotlight on Community Action Agencies

The Power of Storytelling
Storytelling transforms data into a memorable messages that inform.  During MCAP's Roundtable on Storytelling, attendees learned various techniques to demonstrate organizational impact.  The workshop was facilitated by Alizah Epstein of the Epstein Creative Group.

Additional resources from the Epstein Creative Group:

Baltimore City Community Action Partnership receives an award from the Mayor during Open House
The new site located in East Baltimore serves as the Administrative Office, The Office of Home Energy Programs-Operations Division and the Eastern Community Action Center.  During the open house, Lori Cunningham, Director was presented with a Certificate of Recognition for the agency's work in Baltimore City.

Community Assistance Network, Inc. Partners with Aramark at M&T Bank Stadium To Fundraise The Fun Way
Agency volunteers will work at the M&T Bank Stadium at a designated concession stand during the football season to fundraise

News & Tools

Upcoming Events and Job Opportunities

“No Place Like Home Taste of Maryland Life” – Delamrva Community Services, Sept. 15

Holland Awards Dinner – Community Action Council of Howard County, Oct. 18
Keynote Speaker: Chimamanda Adichie, award-winning author

See newsletter for listing of national events and MCAP network job opportunities

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