Author: Phoebe Schimpf
NYSCAA

Census 2020

The 2020 Census is around the corner. This once in a decade event is critical for Community Action and the families and communities we serve across the country, and it is essential that all people are counted. Below are resources to make sure everyone is counted in your community!

Know Your Rights

The New York State Office for New Americans has translated their “Know Your Rights” flyer into seven languages. Please click on the download link to view the files.

2019 CEO/ED Orientation and Seminar

NYSCAA invites all Community Action Executive Director/CEO’s to join us for the 2019 Executive Directors Seminar and Orientation. The ED Seminar will take place Wednesday, November 13th through Friday, November 15th at the Radisson Hotel in Corning, NY. This year’s

New Resources on the Community Action Angels New York Website

About Community Action Angels Community Action Angels is a volunteer and resource development program model administered by Wyoming County Community Action (WCCA). Individual programs are custom to agency and community needs, coordinated by staff and assisted by an Advisory Board

Sponsorship & Exhibitor Opportunities!

Sponsorship & Exhibitor Opportunities for the RPIC Region II Finance, HR, and Leadership Conference.

Registration Now Open! Annual RPIC Region II Conference!

Registration is Open for our Annual RPIC Region II Conference! Click here to register! When? The annual RPIC Region II Conference will be held September 18th & 19th in Binghamton, New York. The Conference will include tracks for HR/Finance, Data,

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING – Department of State – Division of Community Services

Thursday, JUne 13, 2019 SUBJECT: Proposed State Application and Plan for the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Program for FFY 2020 and FFY 2021 PURPOSE: To obtain input regarding the Department of State’s proposed CSBG Application and Plan for Federal

Now available! The 2019 NY State Poverty Report.

We are pleased to present our annual edition of the New York State Poverty Report.

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