Worcester Community Action Council (WCAC) has been awarded a $62,000 grant from the Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts Activation Fund to develop and implement a creative model to address poverty as a community health concern, bringing together community-based organizations, local government, and financial institutions to meet the needs of those striving to improve financial health and stability. Read more about it here.
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Worcester Community Action Council added 58 new photos — at Wcac Head Start.
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As the summer draws to a close, WCAC's Early Head Start program hosted a Family Fun Day and Transition Dinner for 25 little ones moving on from our program. Face painting, singing, dancing, outdoor sprinklers and more! Just remember... 'As we grow, our leaves may change but our roots will always remain.' ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Birthday to all our colleagues in community action... together we strive to make our communities stronger and healthier for all! On this day in 1964, President Lyndon Johnson signed into law a bill to create the Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO). Sargent Shriver led the office, fulfilling Johnson's pledge to wage a so-called "War on Poverty". Photo courtesy of the Shriver Peace Institute. #BeCommunityAction ... See MoreSee Less