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April 2020 Newsletter – GCAA

Community Action Day at the Capitol (Feb. 28) – Action Inc. WAP Director wins NASCSP James Gardner Weatherization Award – Upcoming webinars – and more!

December 2019 Newsletter – GCAA

December is National Human Rights Month – 2020 Census Will Help Policymakers Prepare for the Incoming Wave of Aging Boomers – 5 tips for staying warm this winter – CSBG Corner: Georgia LIHEAP – and more!

2019 Annual Training & Technical Assistance Conference – GCAA

The Georgia Community Action Association’s 2019 Annual Training & Technical Assistance Conference will be held from July 16–19. An Awards Banquet is included and more than 30 workshops are being offered along with a Town Hall on Advocacy and Community Engagement.

September 2018 Newsletter – Georgia Community Action Association

September is National Wellness Month with a focus on self-care – Report: Energy Costs are a Higher Burden on the Rural Poor (nearly three times as high as national average) – CSBG Discretionary Funds support special programs under three Georgia CAAs – and more!

2017 Annual Training Conference – GCCA

The Georgia Community Action Association’s 2017 Annual Conference, Community Action: Removing Barriers/Changing Lives, will be held from July 18–21 in Savannah, GA. More than 30 workshops are being offered.

GCAA 2015 Annual Training Conference

The Georgia Community Action Association’s 2015 Annual Conference, Celebrating and Commemorating the Golden Anniversary of Community Action, will be held from July 7–10, 2015 in Savannah, GA.

GCAA 2015 Call for Conference Presenters

The Georgia Community Action Association is currently seeking workshop presentations for our 2015 Annual Conference to be held in Savannah, Georgia from July 7-10. The deadline for proposals is 5 PM EDT on Friday, April 10, 2015.

State of Working Georgia 2012

This report brings together a wide range of data on jobs, incomes, poverty, health insurance, and other economic conditions to explore the most important question facing Georgia’s leaders: how are ordinary working Georgians, the engine behind the state’s economy, faring?