Annual Report Toolkit, 2018

Annual Report Toolkit, 2018

For over 55 years, Community Action Networks in Ohio have worked at the local level to make an impact for all our low- and moderate-income neighbors. Alongside a nationwide networking of helping people in 99% of America’s counties Community Action has made a...
State of Poverty in Ohio, 2019

State of Poverty in Ohio, 2019

Now available! For more information, follow #OHSOP19 on Twitter Read Now Press Conference Friday, June 14, 2019 1:30 P.M. EST Ohio Statehouse Ladies Gallery 1 Capitol Square Columbus, OH 43215   Press Contact Kathryn Clausen (614) 224-8500 kathryn@oacaa.org...
New Opportunities for Training and Technical Assistance in 2019

New Opportunities for Training and Technical Assistance in 2019

It has been busy here at OACAA so far in 2019! The staff has been working hard to position the Ohio Community Action Network for success between the hosting the winter conference, getting up to speed on the DeWine administration and everything in between. Although...
Volunteers and your mission

Volunteers and your mission

Volunteers are vital to the success of Community Action’s mission. Last year, over 37,000 volunteers in Ohio gave over 1.6 million hours of their time, energy, and talents to support the programs and services throughout Ohio’s Community Action Agencies. Those hours...
National Impact Report: Building Opportunities for All

National Impact Report: Building Opportunities for All

This year, the Community Action Network will celebrate 55 years of helping people and changing lives. In Ohio, we witness low- and moderate-income neighbors overcoming their unique obstacles every day as they work hard to walk their own paths to self-sufficiency....
Self-Sufficient Wages and Health

Self-Sufficient Wages and Health

The United States of America has always held up work as a core value that defines us as a nation. It is commonly expected that everyone who has the ability to work should do so. Phrases like, “the early bird gets the worm” or “the dignity of a hard day’s work”...