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Virtual Board Summit – NCCAA

The North Carolina Community Action Association is holding a Virtual Board Summit on Thursday, May 4. Join us for a day of engaging and relevant workshops to help you learn and better navigate this moment. Participation from other states is available. Check out the conference agenda and register today!

Stay at Home Conference – NCCAA

The North Carolina Community Action Association is holding a Stay at Home Conference on Thursday, May 4. Join us for a day of engaging and relevant workshops to help you learn and better navigate this moment. Participation from other states is available. Check out the conference agenda and register today!

April 2020 Newsletter – NCCAA

NCCAA’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic – 2020 NCCAA Training Conference (postponed to 10/30-11/2) – HS Family Engagement and Case Management certifications starting 4/20 & 5/4 – “North Carolina Strong” T-Shirt Fundraiser – NC CAA News – and more!

January 2020 Newsletter – NCCAA

Keeping the holiday spirit alive throughout the year – 2020 NCCAA Board Summit (May 16-17) & Annual Training Conference (May 12-15) – NCCARE360 now live in 50 NC counties – Sales of NEW Grounds Coffee helps create “happy new chances” for returning citizens in NCCAA’s Reentry Program. – and more!

December 2019 Newsletter – NCCAA

2020 NCCAA Annual Training Conference (May 12-15): Call for Proposals – NCCARE360 video on how health and human service providers are partnering to provide better health for all North Carolinians – Great Holiday Gift: NEW Grounds Coffee with sales supporting NCCAA Re-Entry Program – and more!

Regional Human Resource Symposium (Nov. 13-15)

GoodBetterGreat Consulting, in partnership with the North Carolina Community Action Association & the North Carolina Head Start Association, is holding a Regional Human Resources Symposium from Nov. 13-15 in Raleigh, NC.

November 2019 Newsletter – NCCAA

Regional Human Resource Symposium, NCCAA & NCHSA (Nov. 13-15) – NCCAA Motivational Interviewing Training (Nov. 14) – NC Medicaid Transformation Brief – NEW Grounds Coffee: Sales support NCCAA Re-Entry Program – Lyft offers free rides to job seekers – and more!

August 2019 Newsletter – NCCAA

Three NC leaders become CCAPs…NCCAA’s next CCAP cohort forming this fall – NCCAA board member/CAA ED receives Defender of Justice award – Learn how your agency can earn 20% of NEW Grounds© Coffee purchases or sales – SEACAA Annual Conference (Sept. 10-13) – Teaching people how to talk about race – Food Deserts and Food Apartheid – Communicating impact using NCCAA’s Ripple Effects report – Ten Ways to Spot a Truly Exceptional Employee – and more!

July 2019 Newsletter – NCCAA

Stories of Hope………Meet Chrystal/Finding Success After Prison – Learn how your agency can earn 20% of NEW Grounds© Coffee purchases or sales – NCCAA’s Nonprofit Leadership Expedition – NCCAA & NC OEO partner with two CAAs to offer 10-week Entrepreneurship Startup Business Program – and more!

June 2019 Newsletter – NCCAA

2019 NCCAA Conference highlights – Mapping hard to count communities for a fair and accurate 2020 Census – WAMY Community Action’s gardening program – 2019 NCCAA Hall of Fame inductees – Putting Community and Action back into the Community Action Agency (SRCAA news article) – New Muppet Character Who Lives in a Foster Home – Common goal shared by AmeriHealth Caritas and NCCAA – and more!

2019 Annual Conference – NCCAA

The North Carolina Community Action Association’s 2019 Annual Conference is being held from May 14-17. Along with sixteen workshops and speakers, special events include ROMA Deep Dive for Certified Trainers and Implementers, NCCAA Awards Luncheon, special screening of NCCAA’s reentry documentary and the 2019 NCCAA Board Summit.

May 2019 Newsletter – NCCAA

NCCAA releases the reentry documentary – 2019 NCCAA Hall of Fame Community Champs honored at conference – NCCAA Celebrates 2019 Reentry Week – Short book excerpt: Prisons Are the New Asylums – and more!

April 2019 Newsletter – NCCAA

NCCAA Legislative Breakfast – SEACAA Executive Leadership Certifications – After Flo Community Benefit Concert – Reentry Week in NC – Privatization of NC Medicaid – 2019 NCCAA Annual Conference (May 14-17) – and more!

March 2019 Newsletter – NCCAA

2019 NCCAA Annual Conference: Preliminary Agenda … Board Summit … ROMA Deep Dive … AFTER FLO Benefit Concert – NCCAA Hall of Fame Awards Nomination Form and 2017 Inductees – NC Poverty Simulation Experience – Kaiser Family Foundation: Role of Social Determinants in Promoting Health and Health Equity and NCCAA’s Healthy Homes Initiative – NCCAA’s New Grounds Coffee social enterprise project – and more!

February 2019 Newsletter – NCCAA

Community Action National Impact Report – 2019 Annual NCCAA Conference and related events including 2019 NCCAA Board Summit, ROMA Deep Dive for Certified Trainers & Implementers, Community Benefit Concert to benefit Hurricane Florence efforts and NCCAA Hall of Fame Awards Luncheon – NC Poverty Simulation Experience – NCCAA’s New Grounds Coffee social enterprise project – and more!

September 2018 Newsletter – NCCAA

NCCAA’s Advisory Council includes representatives from Duke Energy, NC DHHS, Public Media NC, PNC Bank, News and Observer and BC/BS of NC – Blue Cross NC’s Healthy Home Initiative – 2018 NCCAA Statewide Opioid Symposium (Sept. 25) – NCCAA Case Management Certification Training – NCCAA’s New Grounds Coffee social enterprise project.

August 2018 Newsletter – NCCAA

SEACAA Poverty Symposium (Sept. 18) – Upcoming events: SEACAA Annual Conference (Sept. 18-21) and NCCAA Statewide Opioid Symposium (Sept. 25) – Passage Home names new CEO – NCCAA case management training.

July 2018 Newsletter – NCCAA

2018 NCCAA Opioid Awareness Symposium – Whole Family Approach COP Framework – First Regional Poverty Simulation being held at SEACAA Annual Conference – Benefits of Intergenerational Giving – NCCAA Case Management Certification Program – and more!

May 2018 Newsletter – NCCAA

2018 NCCAA Annual Conference agenda – NCCAA hosts NEW Reentry Week events – NCCAA concludes $250K healthy homes beautification initiative – NCCAA Opioid Forum: View the broadcast – and more!

2018 Opioid Forum – NCCAA

This full-day event is being hosted by the North Carolina Community Action Association on May 8. View the UNCTV film: “A Crisis: North Carolina’s Opioid Battle” to be shown followed by a panel discussion during the forum.

2018 NCCAA Annual Conference

The North Carolina Community Action Association’s 2018 Annual Conference is being held from May 8-11. Along with workshops and speakers, special events include Day of Service, The Indispensable Assistant Training, 2018 NCCAA Awards Luncheon, and 2018 NCCAA Board Summit.

April 2018 Newsletter – NCCAA

2018 NCCAA Annual Conference: Special events inc. Statewide Board Leadership Summit, NC Opioid Forum, and 2018 NCAA Day of Service – NC Case Management Certificate Program – A National Imperative: Joining Forces to Strengthen Human Services in America – NCCAA Membership Benefit: Virtual CAP RoundUP – and more!

March 2018 Newsletter – NCCAA

Virtual Community Action Online ADVOCACY DAYS, #AWiseInvestment, 3/8 & 3/9 – NCCAA’s “Over Poverty” 2018 Annual Conference – NC’s first class of Nationally Certified ROMA Implementers – Keeping your nonprofit’s content on brand – America Can’t Fix Poverty Until It Stops Hating Poor People by John A. Powell and Arthur Brooks – NEW Grounds Coffee supports NCCAA Reentry Program

Webinar: Maximizing Your Social Media Presence – NCCAA

Introduction to the effective use of social media engagement and advertising. By the end of the webinar you will understand what social media options are available and how they can each be maximized using techniques to keep your followers engaged.

August 2017 Newsletter – North Carolina Community Action Association

Updates on “Holy Cow! Let’s End Poverty Initiative – How to Make Your Office More Efficient – NC CCAP Cohort – Head Start parent opens small business – Duke Energy Helping Home Fund – What Gives You Hope During Tough Times – Regional Board Summit – Indispensable Assistant Training – and more!

June/July 2017 Newsletter – North Carolina Community Action Association

2017 NCCAA Hall of Fame inductees and additional award presentations – Holy Cow! Let’s End Poverty t-shirts – NC web-based Head Start Family Engagement Certification – Policy Brief on how poverty affects the early relationships that shape a child’s social and emotional growth – CAPLAW Resources by Topic – NCCAA 2017 Wage Comparability and Personnel Practice Study – Nationally Certified ROMA Implementer training – and more!

2017 NCCAA Annual Conference

The North Carolina Community Action Association’s 2017 Annual Conference is being held from May 9-12 in Concord, NC. Along with workshops and speakers, special events include Day of Service, Politics of Poverty Panel, separate luncheon with David Bradley, 2017 NCCAA Hall of Fame Awards Luncheon, and 2017 NCCAA Board Summit.

Intro ROMA Training – NCCAA and NCOEO

Introduction to ROMA Training through the North Carolina Community Action Association and the North Carolina Office of Economic Opportunity. The training will be offered twice: February 23 in Raleigh and March 9 in Rocky Mount.

January 2017 Newsletter – North Carolina Community Action Association

Politics of Poverty Panel – Blankets of Love program to benefit Hurricane Matthew victims – The Indispensable Assistant Summit – National Business Training offers tools for clients – Helping Home Fund helps thousands – Report offers insights on the high cost of poverty – Poverty Quiz – NCCAA social media contest – Luncheon with David Bradley – and more!

December 2016 Newsletter – North Carolina Community Action Association

2017 NCCAA Conference (May 2017) – Five Surprising Things About Philanthropy – “Rising Together” philanthropy to improve the lives of women and girls – Poverty and Prosperity During the Holidays – NCCAA Membership Benefit: Access to Virtual CAP RoundUP – Two Generation Approach: A Natural Fit for Community Action – Updates on the Moovement to End Poverty – and more!

Join the MOOvement to End Poverty – North Carolina Community Action Association

Holy Cow! Let’s End Poverty is about making poverty a part of the conversation and then being bold enough to do something about it. This branding strategy incorporates education, social media, a laugh or two and the opportunity to raise unrestricted funds to help community action agencies reach their maximum potential of helping people to help themselves and each other. Website includes Community Action Vendor Directory, Holy Cow Shop, Cow Tales (myths about poverty) and more!

November 2016 Newsletter – North Carolina Community Action Association

Support NCCAA’s Rapid Response for hurricane relief – Scholarly research the benefits of children’s savings accounts – The Coverage Gap: Uninsured Poor Adults in States that Do Not Expand Medicaid – Social Media & Community Action plus Definitive Guide to Social Media Marketing – Affinity fundraising registration for nonprofits – and more!

August 2016 Newsletter – North Carolina Community Action Association

SEACAA 2016 preconference workshop: “Building High Involvement Teams” – Ten Reasons Why Strategic Plans Fail in Implementation – Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS) program success story – Agency hosts AT&T Internet Access launch event – Meet Hope the Holy Cow! Let’s End Poverty ambassador in Austin – NCCAA and corporate partner to present annual convention workshop – and more!

July 2016 Newsletter – North Carolina Community Action Association

SEACAA Annual Conference – PNC Healthy Housing & Energy Neighborhood Beautification Improvement Program – 5K brings in $16K+ for home-bound meals – Poverty is a mindset – NCCAA ROMA certification training – Sonny Walker: A Community Action leader passes away – Order your Holy Cow t-shirts and caps – and more!

June 2016 Newsletter – North Carolina Community Action Association

2016 NCCAA Annual Conference: Workshop handouts and award presentations – Join the “Moovement to End Poverty” awareness and fundraising campaign – NCCAA serving as lead evaluator for Federal Abstinence Education Grant – Info on FLSA Overtime Exemption Rule – Agency highlights/updates – NCCAA case management training

May 2016 Newsletter – North Carolina Community Action Association

Bridges Out of Poverty – MOOvement and Cow-versations about Poverty – Community Action Month Toolkit – NCCAA Annual Conference and The Essential Piece staff recognition awards – Financial Empowerment Training Series – NCCAA to be lead evaluator for Federal Abstinence Education Grant Program – Agency Updates/Highlights – $224M for NC Foreclosure Prevention Fund – Duke Energy’s Helping Home Fund

State CAP Association Member Survey – NCCAA

The North Carolina Community Action Association has developed a survey for members to share their candid thoughts and experiences about their NCCAA membership, so that NCCAA can continue to grow and best meet their evolving needs.

Adult Day/Health Service Center

Blue Ridge Community Action developed the Adult Day/Health Services Center to help older adults maintain individual dignity, self-worth and a productive life.

NCCAA ROMA Training (April 15)

The North Carolina Community Action Association invites you to attend this Introduction to ROMA training session being held in Waynesville, NC.

2015 NCCAA Annual Conference

The North Carolina Community Action Association’s 2015 Annual Conference is being held from May 5-8 in Wilmington, NC.

North Carolina Poverty Report

This report from the North Carolina Community Action Association provides “a road map” to real solutions from the perspective of real people and community action leaders.

NCCAA Fellows Program

The North Carolina Community Action Association is seeking motivated, highly organized undergraduate and graduate students to serve as interns in 2013.

NCCAA Youth Essay Contest

The North Carolina Community Action Association is sponsoring a Youth Essay Contest. North Carolina youth, ages 6 to 18 years old, are invited to enter the “Every Child is a Winner,” Face to Face With Poverty essay contest.

North Carolina Face to Face with Poverty Initiative

The North Carolina Community Action Association is launching a “Face to Face With Poverty” initiative for 2012 aimed to give North Carolina Community Action Agencies the opportunity to herald the urgent agenda of our low-income communities to key stakeholders.

Life Works Program

Community Action Opportunities established the Life Works Program to help low-income individuals and families develop the skills and income they need to rise above federal poverty guidelines.