In 2014, The New York State Community Action Association will undertake a statewide public education and outreach effort to confront myths and misconceptions about poverty and to highlight the successful anti-poverty programs and community and family services provided by Community Action Agencies (CAAs). NYSCAA and its community and statewide partners will convene public awareness events, host training and technical assistance programs, and coordinate media outreach efforts to create a coordinated, statewide effort to promote public dialogue and increase knowledge about poverty and Community Action.
We recently held a webinar on the tour, giving an overview and explaining how Community Action Agencies can become involved.
Click on the links here to view the presentation and recording.
SAVE THE DATE
Monday, March 3rd; 7 p.m.
Lynn Redgrave Theatre:
45 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012
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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC (MEN, WOMEN AND FAMILIES)
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The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) is pleased to share the following information about fellowship opportunities with the Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program, sponsored by the Congressional Hunger Center. The program is also looking for agencies working to end hunger in their communities to host Fellows—see the link at the bottom of the page for more information on how to apply.
Please share widely within your own networks.
* You can download PDF file click here, Emerson Fellowship.
Stronger Families New York is a coalition of human service organizations who are interested in strengthening families in New York State. Members represent federal, state, and local governments, faith-based, and community organizations across New York State.