Indiana Community Action Association
Indiana reps urge Washington delegation to support pregnancy bill
Indiana Institute for Working Families and other organizations descended on Washington, D.C., this week, urging legislators to support the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act – read the article.
Two new affordable-living options set to open in April
The affordable-housing crisis in our country will be a little less daunting for some families in Indiana beginning in April. Find out where two new developments will open – read the article.
SIEOC partners with United Way to support its clients in need
Learn how SIEOC is working with United Way of Franklin County to support low-income families in Ripley and Franklin counties – read the article.
Pace empowers girls through STEM camp scholarships
Find out how Pace is working toward increasing the percentage of girls in high-paying, STEM-related professions – read the article.
SIEOC thanks youth for their generous hearts and donations
Two young boys turned their birthday party into a donation drive, and the success was heartwarming – read the article.
Pace aims to develop young boys into successful men
Pace's Boys & Beyond Summer Camp teaches boys skills for work and life alike. Find out how someone you know can apply for the free camp – read the article.
Kevin Sietsma, WAP Quality Control Inspector
Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs
After 40 years of service, Lori Williams, Associate Director of Pace CAA, is retiring