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KACAP Seeks Executive Director
Almost 400 people came through our doors, 2,100 visited our website, and our twitter campaign, #2014KCOP, had a reach of over 270,000.
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Opportunities Abound in the Community Action Network
Poverty looks different county to county, state to state. That is why KACAP finds the best online, interactive tools dealing with a wide range of poverty issues.
KACAP has been proud to work with both the Coalition on Human Needs and the Half in Ten Campaign. They both have new online hubs where people can learn about poverty in America and what we can do to dramatically reduce it.
New to the war on poverty? Watch CDF President Marian Wright Edelman testifies before the House Budget Committee during the hearing "A Progress Report on the War on Poverty: Lessons from the Frontlines" on April 30th, 2014.
In as much as Community Action is poverty fighting programs, it is also our people who help make the Kansas network so special. We have a new way to celebrate them and more!
There are new pages and new info popping up all over the KACAP website. EXPLORE! Once you've done that, we have a favor to ask...
As we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the War on Poverty in 2014, we must look at what HAS and has NOT changed about poverty in America.
KACAP's Executive Director, Tawny Stottlemire, reacts:
On September 6th, a task force charged with finding "a starting point for the Governor and Kansas Legislature to address the issue of childhood poverty in Kansas" released its recommendations to the public.
The Kansas Association of Community Action Programs has 8 proud member agencies, and several of them are going through changes that involve you.