North Carolina Community Action Association
NC Empowered – September 2021
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North Carolina Community Action Association Executive Director Sharon Goodson announced several recent staff changes in the organization
“The growth of our organization—particularly during this incredible time—allows us to significantly elevate our level of support to North Carolina’s most vulnerable population,” said Sharon C. Goodson, NCCAA executive director. “Several members of our team earned well-deserved promotions and had demonstrated that they were ready for the next step. With the new team in place, we are better positioned to develop and implement more innovative solutions to help address issues facing low-income citizens” – read the full article.
Success Story: Spotlight on Healthy Homes Initiative: Healthier Homes for Better Communities
Home has a new meaning now that Americans have experienced quarantine due to the pandemic. Unfortunately, for individuals living in substandard housing, home doesn’t always provide serenity. Sometimes home isn’t as safe as it should be which leads to increased physical and mental health concerns – learn more about NCCAA's Healthy Homes initiative.
- W.A.M.Y. Community Action awarded $9,000 by the city of Boone, Pulse Boone 95.3
- Mountain Projects partners with Pisgah Legal Services on ACA, The Sylva Herald
- CADA awarded grant by The Vidant North Hospital Development Council, rrspin.com
- SCAP funds for Homeowners affected by Hurricane Florence, Port City Daily
- Tropic Storm Fred caused massive flooding in Haywood County, Blue Ridge Public Radio
- Clinton High School First Food Pantry Celebrated in Sampson County, The Sampson Independent
- Article on the NCCAA Fellows Program in VirtualCAP RoundUP
- 2021 Certified Community Action Professionals (CCAP) graduates include six from North Carolina
- Join the NC team in the Virtual Race Across America
- New EBB and APR Benefit flyers from the Community Action Partnership
- How safety net programs improve children's performance in school
- Home Energy Bills Assistance, Office of Community Services
- COVID-19 Recovery Fund through the Southern Partners Fund provides up to $25,000 for rural grassroots organizations
There Is No Power For Change Greater Than A Community Discovering What It Cares About.
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