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April 2021 Newsletter – NCCAA

North Carolina Community Action Association

NC Empowered – April 2021
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Mark Your Calendar!  NCCAA to Host 2021 Annual Conference May 11-14

2021 NCCAA Annual Conference (virtual)
This year’s theme – Equity Starts Here – will be reflected in the panel discussions, presentations and workshops over the four-day event.

Keynote Speaker
Dr. Mandy Cohen, Secretary of NC HHS leading the state’s COVID-19 response

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Agency News, Publications and Features

Success Story
Johnston-Lee-Harnett Community Action Agency provides assistance through the NCCAA and BC/BC of NC’s Healthy Homes Initiative to provide home repairs that literally change a woman’s life – read Brenda’s Success Story: More at Home Than Ever.

Social Determinants of Health: Food Insecurity
The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Created More Hungry Families in North Carolina
COVID-19 created a global pandemic that killed millions of people worldwide. As horrifying as that reality is, the pandemic’s true impact is even more far-reaching.  Now, as North Carolina schools return to in-person instruction, businesses reopen and employees get back to their offices, a ‘return to normal’ still carries the residual impact of the past year…

NCCAA Shout Outs
WAMY Program Coordinator Bobbie Willard worked for more than 13 years as a case manager at WAMY has also served on the WAMY Board of Directors for many years and has been a partner for the after-school program for many years.

NCCAA Events & Mark Your Calendar

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Funding Opportunities


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