Maryland Community Action Partnership
MCAP News – September 2021
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Montgomery County Community Advocacy Institute Graduate Visits The White House to Discuss the Child Tax Credit
Vanessa Pierre graduated from the Community Advocacy Institute in April 2020. She is also garden coach, educator, and food activist in the DC Metro area. When she is not performing her functions of being a single mother to three beautiful children and working full time, she runs an organization whose mission is to build strong, self sufficient, empowered and healthy minority communities through food & gardening education, demonstration, & advocacy...
In August, Vanessa visited the White House to speak on expansion of the Child Tax Credit. Watch her interview on MSNBC.
The Bauder Education Center, an early education program of the Community Action Council of Howard County, has opened at Long Reach Village Center. Leaders from around the community including Howard County Executive Calvin Ball, gathered to celebrate the grand opening. The new location will allow Head Start to increase its capacity from 38 to 79 children – read the full Patch.com article.
Students enrolled in the Family Development Credential program at Garrett College recently completed their training. The Family Development Credential program is offered through Garrett College Continuing Education & Workforce Development in partnership with Garrett County Community Action Committee, Inc –.read the full Garrett County Republican article.
The 2021 MCAP Human Services Conference Is Going Virtual!
Join us for virtual workshops addressing: Advancing Equity, Two-Generation Approach, Pandemic Trauma, Agency Wellness, Housing & More...
2021 MCAP Human Services Conference, October 12-14
- Racism and the Economy: Focus on Housing (virtual video recording), Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
- Emergency Rental Assistance in MD, DC & DE – see find help with rent and utilities from CFPB
Strengthening State and Local Economies in Partnership with Nonprofits
Principles, Recommendations, and Models for Investing Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds – The report provides an Executive Summary and Successful Funding and Program Models for nonprofits and provides advice about how governments can prioritize programs and solutions, and offers recommendations, based on past experiences of nonprofits, on how best to set up grants and other programs for which nonprofits are eligible.
- CFPB Tools and Resources to Prevent Eviction & New Tenant Rights Included in the CDC Eviction Moratorium, CFPB, May 12
- Community Action Conversations with the Experts, featuring Kay Sohl, Kay Sohl Consulting presented by CAPLAW, Sept. 21
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