at 601 S Queen St, Lancaster, 17603 United States
Helping individuals and families achieve self-sufficiency. CAP services continue to evolve to meet Lancaster County needs through programs that support financial stability; child care, early education and parenting; emergency and support services; food and nutrition; and senior assistance.
1624 FB users likes Community Action Program of Lancaster County, set it to 7 position in Likes Rating for Lancaster, Pennsylvania in Non-profit organization category
The kids were not impressed. It's safe to say radishes aren't their favorite snack.
Keep an eye out for Pete's ad in the Lancaster Barnstormers playbill! What a great player and even greater person, thanks so much for being a part of the 4W0RD Campaign! To find out more about this limited time project, visit www.dvs40.org!
Lancaster City Alliance made a visit to the Nourish Mobile grocer during it's inaugural visit to CAP yesterday and captured some great photos! Bring your shopping list to CAP during their next visit on July 13th!
Are you seeking a high-quality pre-kindergarten program within the Hempfield School District? Your child may be eligible to enroll in Head Start’s new location in East Petersburg Elementary School. Contact us today for more info!
We're so honored to have the collaborative reentry work our many Lancaster County Reentry Management Organization - RMO partners have been doing together for the last 10 years featured in the latest issue of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia's magazine, Cascade. Check out Sydney Diavua's terrific article here: https://philadelphiafed.org/community-development/publications/cascade/92/02_coalition-helps-returning-citizens PA CareerLink of Lancaster County Tabor Community Services, Inc. Linda Bird The Naaman Center Spanish American Civic Association Tec Centro, 102 Chester, Saca Lancaster-Lebanon IU13 Community Action Program of Lancaster County Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership Lancaster County Coalition to End Homelessness Mental Health America of Lancaster County MidPenn Legal Services Water Street Mission Transitional Living Center Bridge To Community Have a Heart for Persons in the Criminal Justice System Ambassadors for Hope
Don't forget, CAP's FREE summer lunch program launches today! Help us spread the word among our city neighbors.
CAP is now a location for the Summer Food Service Program! If you are under age 18 stop by our S. Queen Street location for FREE lunch all summer long starting on Wednesday. Share with your friends!
Last night, our Atlas Initiative Columbia group had a wonderful time meeting at the Columbia Crossings Riverfront Park.
Come out tonight to be part of Lancaster City's poverty fighting movement!
Interested in learning more about what CAP wants to do here in the community? Watch the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University's great video and get to know us a little better! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urU-a_FsS5Y
It's time to gather for another neighborhood meeting! Join us at Salvation Army on 6/28 at 6:30PM.
Join us on June 25, WIC, Head Start & CCIS will be representing CAP at table B-17! See you there!
Recently, Bread for the World wrote a piece about our Atlas Initiative! The author did a nice job explaining the model and included some great pictures of Catherine's family. Read the article to find out more about the program and keep spreading the word! http://www.bread.org/story/recasting-lives
Have you seen the WIC on Wheels (WOW) mobile clinic in your neighborhood? CAP's Lancaster County WIC program is proud to be the first in PA to take the full range of WIC services on the road!
Looking forward to celebrating the end of another successful Head Start school year with students, parents and teachers this Sunday at Clipper Stadium! We're sponsoring a pre-game Steven Courtney concert and then enjoying a Lancaster Barnstormers baseball game. Families with children age 5 and under should join us for the Imagination Library event! Learn more here: http://www.lancasterbarnstormers.com/dolly-partons-imagination-library-comes-to-clipper-magazine-stadium/
Elaine Bledsoe of Community Action Program of Lancaster County presents to One2One staff on the importance of Domestic Violence Services.
Update: The collective support from local foundations, businesses and caring community members invested $79,400 in Nature’s Classroom so far! We’re just $600 shy of reaching 80% of our campaign goal. Will you help us get one step closer to reaching the finish line? Spread the word! https://www.generosity.com/education-fundraising/nature-s-classroom/x/13616697
Ending the week on a heartfelt and inspiring note! Check out this PSA to raise awareness and financial support to protect survivors of domestic violence. Scheffey is proud to work with Community Action Program of Lancaster County!
Awesome stuff from our Ah-Ha Grantee Partner Community Action Program of Lancaster County! See any community members you recognize?
Let's move forward to a future free of domestic violence! This public service announcement brought to you by our friends at Community Action Program of Lancaster County! Learn more about
In case you missed it, we unveiled our first 4WORD PSA last night! Help us protect survivors of DV and prevent future violence with courage, respect, hope and support. To learn more, please visit our website, www.dvs40.org and support the cause by donating to our $60,000 matching challenge grant sponsored by the Gunterberg Foundation. Thank you to everyone who gave their time and influence to this great cause!