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2020 Annual Conference – ACAAA

The Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association is holding its Annual Conference virtually on three consecutive Wednesdays: Sept. 30, Oct. 7 and Oct. 14. Three sessions are scheduled on each day.

September 2020 Newsletter – ACAAA

ACAAA news inc. ACAAA 2020 Virtual Annual Conference (9/30, 10/7, 10/14) & Family Development Certication Training (10/9, 10/16, 10/23) – Free webinars – and more!

December 2019 Newsletter – ACAAA

Upcoming ACAAA & national training events – CAA Board Training Videos from CAPLAW & free webinars – Additional resources – and more!

November 2019 Newsletter – ACAAA

Upcoming events – ACAAA video to help raise awareness about the National Theory of Change and its place in the Community Action network – Upcoming free webinars – Materials of interest – and more!

2019 Annual Conference – ACAAA

The Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association is holding its Annual Conference from May 15-17. Pre-conference training is included and conference workshops are being offered in four groupings: Agency Leadership – Family Services – Financial Management & Human Resources – Organizational Culture. ACAAA awards will also be presented.

May 2019 Newsletter – ACAAA

Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association newsletter: Upcoming events, free webinars, materials of interest and more!

2018 ACAAA Annual Conference

The Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association is holding its Annual Conference from April 25-27 in North Little Rock, AR. More than 20 workshops are being offered in four groupings. ACAAA awards will also be presented.

Power to the People Symposium – ACAAA

The Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association is holding a symposium for agency executives, human resource managers, administrative staff and program directors from Nov. 14-16 in Little Rock, AR. Topics will include employment laws and regulations, leadership development, conducting successful meetings, and affiliate round-table discussions.

2017 ACAAA Annual Conference

The Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association is holding its Annual Conference from May 17-19 in Fort Smith, AR. Workshops are being offered in five groupings: Vision & Direction, Administrative, ROMA Next Gen, Direct Service, and Connecting the Dots. Also featured are pre-conference training sessions and ACAAA award presentations.

2016 ACAAA Annual Conference

The Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association is holding its Annual Conference from May 25-27 in Little Rock, AR. Workshops are being offered in four groupings: Vision & Direction, Administrative, Direct Service, and Connecting the Dots. Also featured are pre-conference training sessions and ACAAA award presentations.

May 2016 Newsletter – Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association

2016 ACAAA Annual Conference including award presentations, Executive Director Checklist and t-shirt fundraiser for NCAF – Upcoming free webinars on topics including Using photos to tell your organization’s story, Creating a spring campaign to reach your donors, Effective strategic planning: measure, monitor, report, Intro to proposal writing – Raising awareness of CSBG using social media – CAA Leaders’ Legal Boot Camp webinar recordings.

April 2016 Newsletter – Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association

2016 ACAAA Annual Conference including award presentations, Executive Director Checklist and t-shirt fundraiser for NCAF – Upcoming free webinars on topics including Strategic Planning, Fundraising by Boards, Tools for Effective Board Meetings, Into to Finding Grants, and Community Economic Development and Community Action – OCS instructional brochure: The History and Structure of the CSBG Network – and more!

March 2016 Newsletter – Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association

ACAAA training events and NCAF fundraiser – Upcoming free webinars: (a) ROMA Next Generation, (b) Strategic Planning – Part 1, (c) Intro to Finding Grants, (d) Bundling Services Resources (e) Poverty Trends – Session 1, (f) CCAP – Part 3, (g) Excel for Beginners, (h) CAPLAW CAA Leaders’ Legal Guide – and more!

February 2016 Newsletter – Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association

History of the War on Poverty workshop – Upcoming free webinars: (a) Intro to Proposal Writing, (b) Building Economic Mobility for Head Start Families, (c) Strategic Planning – Reports: (a) CAA Activities in ACA Outreach and Enrollment, (b) Using Data, Evidence, and Evaluation to Improve Outcomes for Children and Families – VirtualCAP RoundUP latest issue and listing of 2015 articles – and more!

January 2016 Newsletter – Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association

Fundraising and Advocacy Training – History of the War on Poverty workshop – Upcoming free webinars: Getting Technology Donations, Using Infographics to Show Impact, Social Media Resources to Help Nonprofits, Inspire Your Board to Fundraise, Intro to Finding Grants, CCAP Executive Skills Portfolio, and Excel for Grant Writers – and more!

December 2015 Newsletter – Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association

ACAAA Peer Review Team being formed, Two free webinars: (1) Grant Strategies and (2) Nonprofit Boards, Top 10 Checklist: How Community Tax Programs Can Help Increase Health Insurance Coverage from CFED, Navigating the Nonprofit Rapids by long-term Community Action leader, Arkansas CAAs participating in Amazon Smile program, and CAA receives $312K grant from USDA Mutual Self-Help Housing Program.

November 2015 Newsletter – Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association

Free webinars on Financial Roles for Nonfinancial Staff, NASCSP Monitors Training Series, and State Your Case – Create Advocacy Messages That Get Results, New Community Action Partnership/CAPLAW toolkit: Dynamic Duo: A Guide to Enhancing the Board & Executive Director Partnership, CAA now part of Amazon Smile program, and more!

Community Dental Clinic

The Crawford-Sebastian Community Development Council offers services through the Community Dental Clinic that is committed to relieving suffering, restoring human dignity, and promoting self-sufficiency by providing basic dental care to people in the community who have no other resources available.