Community Action Association of Pennsylvania
CAAP News Update – February 2020
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Community Progress Council and Tri County Community Action have been recognized by Central Penn Business Journal for the 2020 Nonprofit Innovation Awards. The awards honor local community service and the individuals and organizations who go above and beyond with nonprofit work. Jennifer Wintermyer, Executive Director of Tri County Community Action, is a finalist in the Nonprofit Leadership Excellence category. Community Progress Council is a finalist in the Brand Identity/Unique Marketing Campaign category…
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The tool scores calls on a scale of 1 to 20 — with 20 being the highest risk for neglect or abuse — to help the department assign case workers to households where children are potentially being mistreated…
Here is a plug for our in-house video production company. If you want effective, well-produced videos at great prices, check out LensCAAP. LensCAAP is a video production company with deep roots in Community Action. We produce video content for mission-driven organizations that is purposeful, creative, and value oriented.
Here is a VIDEO we made for Bucks County Opportunity Council that highlighted a few of their self-sufficiency graduates. BCOC used this video at their graduation ceremony to tell the agency's story to attendees.
- Samuel N. Ortiz is the new Administrator of the CAP of Lebanon County
- Community Action Groups Assist Homeless in Blair and Cambria Counties, WJAC