Southeastern Association of Community Action Agencies
Spotlight on Community Action – January/February 2019
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Do you value professional growth for yourself and your staff? Can in-person training events be challenging due to limited time & resources? Would you like to earn a Certification at your own pace and in your own time? Answer yes?
Enroll in one of our Executive Leaders web-based Certification programs – Executive/Deputy Director, Human Resources, Finance Professional
The Community Action Partnership’s 2019 National Impact Report highlights inspirational stories that further illustrate the creativity, commitment, and reach of Community Action's across the nation - actions that "embody our nation’s spirit of hope, change people’s lives, and improve communities."
2019 SEACAA Annual Conference
September 10-13 in Myrtle Beach, SC
Call for workshop proposals (June 10 deadline)
Turn your idle time into advocacy time.
Call Congress – 3 people represent you in Congress…30 seconds is all it takes to make a congressional call!
Find Your Leaders – Add Them to Your Phone – Call Weekly
Researchers from the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley point to six evidence-based policy solutions that can have a positive effect on reversing rising inequality, closing economic disparities among subgroups and enhancing economic mobility for all:
Income Inequality … Wage Gap … Increase Minimum Wage … Earned Income Tax … Education … Residential Segregation
NCCAA Announces Launch of Healthy Homes Initiative
With a $2 million investment by Blue Cross NC, the North Carolina Community Action Association is excited to launch its Healthy Homes Initiative. Through this program, NCCAA will help to remedy the unsuspecting causes of illnesses hidden in the homes of vulnerable North Carolinians across 56 counties…
- HCHRA Receives $20K Innovative Community Project Award from the MDHSs and MACAA
- 5 Tech Predictions for 2019 and Fundraising Software Seminar Series, TechSoup
- SEACAA Board Member and Executive Director, LKLP Community Action Council, Rick Baker, is the Community Action Partnership’s new 3rd Vice President
See newsletter for listing of events