Coping Through COVID

Learn about tools and resources you can use right now to increase your resiliency through COVID-19 and times of stress. Join colleagues to learn practical hands-on tools and ideas for surviving our current reality and beyond. Training outline: 1. Meditation 2. Mindful Movements 3. Tools you can Use Right Now 4. Discussion on Your Coping …

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Community Action Regional Race and Poverty Listening Sessions

The National Community Action Partnership will be hosting regional listening sessions with the Community Action Network. The aim of the regional listening sessions is to listen to the members of our Network by creating an opportunity for local CAA, state, and regional leaders to share stories about their experiences of racial inequities and injustices and …

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KACAP Board of Director’s Meeting

Meeting information will be sent via email. If you have questions, please reach out to Elena Ivanov (elena@kacap.org) or Tasia Barnard (tasia@kacap.org).

The Board’s Role in Setting the Mission & Direction of the CAA

Organizational Standard 4.1 states that the Board reviews the organization’s mission statement within the last 5 years and ensures that it addresses poverty and the programs and services of the agency align with it. While the minimum requirement is the review, the Board has a fundamental duty to set the mission and direction of the organization. Join …

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RPIC State Association Meeting

Region VII bi-monthly RPIC State Association Meeting. For additional information, please reach out to Tiffany Keimig (tkeimig@iowacommunityaction.org), Elena Ivanov (elena@kacap.org), or Tasia Barnard (tasia@kacap.org)

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CAPLAW’s Webinar: Where governance stops and management begins?” 

A nonprofit’s board and the staff need to be collaborative partners to achieve the mission of the organization. However, there are times when roles and responsibilities become blurred. Join them as they clarify where governance stops and management begins.

An Asset for Community Action’s Families: Resources at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

We know that COVID-19 has had a major impact on the lives of our most vulnerable families. One area of life that will be affected by the pandemic long after its health and economic impacts have begun to recede is families’ personal finances. The pandemic has stressed many families’ finances and credit in profound ways. …

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Mobile Food Pantry

Partnering with Harvesters, Community Action, Inc. is hosting their Mobile Food Pantry in Rossville and Auburn. Be sure to check Harvester's website or Community Action, Inc.'s Facebook page if the month's food pantry is cancelled. Call (785) 836-4500 if you have any questions.

Fiscal Matters Committee Meeting

Meeting information will be sent via email. If you have questions, please reach out to Elena Ivanov (elena@kacap.org) or Tasia Barnard (tasia@kacap.org).

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Mobile Food Pantry

806 Nishnabe Trail 806 Nishnabe Trail, Rossville

Partnering with Harvesters, Community Action, Inc. is hosting their Mobile Food Pantry in Rossville and Auburn. Be sure to check Harvester's website or Community Action, Inc.'s Facebook page if the month's food pantry is cancelled. Call (785) 836-4500 if you have any questions.

Evaluating Strategic Plan Progress with Agency-Wide Scorecards 

Organizational Standards 6.5 and 9.3 focus on reporting progress toward strategic plan goals (6.5), as well as an analysis of outcomes and associated adjustments to the board on at least an annual basis. While the minimum requirement is to report this information once a year, there are ways to involve the Board and communicate the information …

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