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• ACAAA Actions •
ACAAA, State CAAs Encourage 2020 Census Participation
ACAAA Offers Reduced APAC Registration Fees 
U of A System to Offer “eVersity” Tuition Discount to ACAAA Members 
Next ACAAA Board of Directors Meeting in November
Downtown Little Rock Training Space Available for Rent

• Training Actions •
ACAAA Fall Family Development Credential (FDC) Class Delayed till January 2020
“History of the War on Poverty” Workshop Planned for November 14 & 15

• Upcoming Actions •
2020 CAP Management & Leadership Training Conference to be Held January 
NASCSP 2020 Winter Training Conference Scheduled for February

• Educational Action •
What Is the National Theory of Change?  Find out here!
Webinar • How to Create a Strategic Social Media Plan
Webinar • Unlock Your Organization’s Leadership Potential with 70/20/10
Webinar • Tools Every Nonprofit Needs to Simplify Their Life
Flash Class • Planned Giving Demystified for Small- and Mid-Sized Nonprofits
Webinar • How Nonprofits Can Make Their Fundraising Campaigns More Social
Webinar • How to Make Event Volunteers Love You
Webinar • Creating a Comprehensive & Engaging Volunteer Training Program
Webinar • The Role of Boards in Year-End Fundraising
CAP Webinar • The Community Action Journey to Organizational Excellence
Webinar • Cultivating Donor Loyalty with the Perfect Thank You
Webinar • Writing Accurate and Useful Volunteer Position Descriptions
Webinar • The Power of Blogging and Thought Leadership for Nonprofits
Webinar • Nine Competencies Today’s Nonprofit Leaders Need for Success
Webinar • An Introduction to Online Fundraising for Small and Medium Nonprofits
Webinar • Charitable Solicitation: What Does It Take to Be Compliant?
Webinar • Donor Experience: Unlock to Future of Your Fundraising Relationships
Webinar • Last Minute Tips for #GivingTuesday Success
Webinar • Engaging the Volunteer of the Future
Webinar • 10-Step Budgeting Process
Webinar • The 4 New Nonprofit Communications Tech Skills You Need in 2020
CAP Webinar • Funding Whole Family Approach Efforts
Webinar • Level Up Your Executive Team
Webinar • How to Create a Year-End Marketing Plan to Engage Donors
Webinar • Start Your 2020 Grant Strategy Off Right!
Webinar • Introduction to Proposal Writing
Check Out the Latest Issue of VirtualCAP’s “RoundUP”!

Social Action
Arkansas’s Community Action Agencies (CAAs), in conjunction with the Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association (ACAAA), are committed to ensuring that everyone who lives in Arkansas participates in the 2020 Census.  Accurate Census numbers are critical to the State of Arkansas—the Community Action network included—receiving full and necessary funding for those programs designed to provide assistance to those in need.
As part of these efforts, ACAAA Chief Operations Officer Terry Bearden currently serves on the State Complete Count Committee, Arkansas Counts; and the Community Action Partnership Complete Count Committee.    Several CAA Executive Directors serve on their own Local Complete Count Committees, as well.
ACAAA COO Terry Bearden (inset) is among the members of the Arkansas Counts Complete Count Committee (above)
ACAAA was also the recent recipient of a $7500 grant from Arkansas Impact Philanthropy (AIP) to conduct an outreach and social media campaign: ACAAA staff will be speaking at CAA events and using U.S. Census Bureau communications toolkits to ensure that Arkansans with low incomes and who live in rural areas understand the importance of participating in the 2020 Census. The campaign’s social media component will seek to further broaden the range of this message’s reception.
Census Day is April 1, 2020.  ACAAA encourages all Arkansas Community Action agency staff to participate in the Census.  To learn more, visit the U.S. Census Bureau’s website here.
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The Arkansas Public Administration Consortium (APAC) will again be holding its “Public Administration Professional Development” workshop series at the ACAAA Training Center in Little Rock.  As part of the hosting arrangement, APAC will be making available a limited number of reduced registration fees to staff members of participating agencies in the Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association (ACAAA).  ACAAA’s discounted rate is $75 for a one-day session and $175 for a two-day session (reduced from the regular rate of $125/one-day, $225/two-day).
The workshops will be held between August 2019 and May 2020, generally in two-day sessions on Wednesdays & Thursdays; click on “Full workshop listing” below to see titles & descriptions of the available sessions. 

To register, visit APAC’s website here and select your desired session to submit a registration form (only the next five sessions are currently eligible to sign up for).  In order to request the discounted ACAAA rate—in the “Payment Information” section of the online registration form—select “Send an invoice” and enter, where requested, the information for ACAAA Chief Operations Officer Terry Bearden: Payment Contact Name (Terry Bearden); Payment Address Address (1111 W. 6th St., Ste. C); Payment City, State, Zip (Little Rock, AR, 72201); Payment Email Address (tbearden@acaaa.org); Payment Phone ([501] 372-0807).  ACAAA will then send the registrant an invoice for the discounted rate.

November 20-21, 2019  •  Meeting Facilitation
Develop the skills required to conduct effective meetings. David Monteith, a consultant with significant facilitation experience, will teach you how to develop appropriate agendas that align with your meeting goals, establish effective meeting standards, and use a variety of meeting facilitation techniques.  The deadline for registration for this session is today, November 6.

December 4-5, 2019  •  Organizational Values and Ethics
Dr. Peter Gess, Associate Provost for Engaged Learning at Hendrix College, will help you navigate working as a public servant charged with protecting the public trust. You will refine your personal code of ethics, understand how that code affects decision making, and learn tools for making ethical choices.

December 11-12, 2019  •  Strategic and Operational Planning
Learn strategic and operational planning principles and practices from Ron Copeland, a planning and management consultant. Understand how to set strategic goals, determine actions to achieve those goals, and mobilize resources to execute those goals.

January 29, 2020  •  Arkansas Budget Process
Understand the budget process in Arkansas including the primary revenues and expenditures, the budget cycle, and key budgetary actors and their roles in creating the state budget. This workshop is instructed by Dr. Kim Hoffman, Associate Professor of Public Administration at UCA.

February 5-6, 2020  •  Program Evaluation
Dr. Tracey Barnett McElwee, Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at UA, will teach the steps involved with measuring program results. Learn to develop a program logic model, choose an appropriate evaluation design, and collect relevant program data.

February 19-20, 2020  •  Managing Public Disputes
Develop skills for managing multi-party public disputes and collaborative problem solving. Explore effective methods for analyzing and framing public issues. Practice procedures for engaging in dialogue and deliberation. This highly interactive workshop is led by Dr. Christy Standerfer, Professor Emerita of the UA Clinton School of Public Service.

March 11-12, 2020  •  Crisis Communication
Dr. Malcolm Glover, crisis manager and communication analyst, will help you understand the complexities of crisis communication and preparedness. This includes learning how to create a crisis communication plan and identifying techniques for improving crisis response.

April 8-9, 2020  •  Writing for Business in the Public Sector
Learn writing and editing strategies to help you communicate more effectively with the public. Dr. Karen Kuralt, Coordinator of the Professional and Technical Writing Master’s program at UA Little Rock, will expose you to the latest techniques for writing reports, performance reviews, memos, emails, and more. Progress your skills in developing persuasive arguments, writing to different audiences for different purposes, formatting documents to assist with reading comprehension, and editing for clarity.

May 7-8, 2020  •  Presentation Skills
Hone your ability to design and deliver a professional presentation with Dr. Amy Hawkins, the Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at UCA. Emphasis will be placed on analyzing audiences, establishing desired outcomes, organizing supporting content, and delivering key messages effectively and engagingly.
The University of Arkansas System is now offering a 5% tuition discount to CAA employees and/or their family members who are currently attending or who plan to enroll in the U of A’s eVersity. This new “eVersity Alliance”—being made available to member agencies in the Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association (ACAAA)—is part of an undertaking by association Chief Operations Officer Terry Bearden to develop new partnerships that will benefit ACAAA member agencies and their staff. 

The University of Arkansas’s eVersity is “a 100 percent-online institution created ... to serve students who are unable to access traditional higher education campuses.”  Among the eVersity staff are academic advisers able to provide assistance with applying for financial aid and determining whether previously earned college credits are transferable.
Those interested in participating in the “eVersity Alliance” should contact ACAAA Chief Operations Officer Terry Bearden at tbearden@acaaa.org or, by phone, at (501) 372-0807 to receive the tuition discount code.
The ACAAA Board of Directors will meet on Wednesday, November 20, at 10:30 a.m. in the boardroom of the Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association office, 1111 West 6th Street, in Little Rock.
If you know someone who is looking to rent training space, ACAAA may have just what they need: 1200 square feet in downtown Little Rock with top-notch A/V equipment and seating for up to 50.  We have recently revised our rates: $200 per day for for-profits; $150 per day, non-profits and small businesses!  •  For details, check out the ACAAA website here.
The Fall session of ACAAA’s Family Development Credential (FDC) class has been delayed until January of 2020 — new dates to be announced.  The rescheduling offers the opportunity for those agencies interested in enrolling additional staff to do so; new registrations will be accepted until December 18.  Those interested in enrolling new participants are asked to please contact ACAAA Programs & Development Director Tamerdis Baker at tbaker@acaaa.org.

ACAAA will be hosting a History of the War on Poverty Workshop—presented by David Bradley, CEO of the National Community Action Foundation (NCAF) on November 14 & 15 at the association’s Training Center in Little Rock. 

The Thursday, November 14, session will be from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.  The Friday, November 15, session will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Registration is closed — thank you to everyone who will be joining us.

Save the date!  The 2020 Management and Leadership Training Conference of the national Community Action Partnership (CAP) will be held January 8-10 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel. This year’s theme is “Community Action: A Bridge to Opportunity.”  For more information, visit the CAP website here.
Save the date!  The 2020 Winter Training Conference for the National Association for State Community Services Programs (NASCSP) will be held February 24-28 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Virginia.
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The National Theory of Change.  What is it?  What does it do?
 
The Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association (ACAAA) is currently promoting a campaign to raise awareness about the National Theory of Change and its place in the Community Action network.  For those wanting to know more, check out the ACAAA website here, download a “Change for the Better” flyer here, or visit ACAAA’s YouTube channel here for a short, fun video overview that looks at the question, “What is the National Theory of Change?”

(We’re proud to say that ACAAA’s Theory of Change video was named October’s “CAA Video of the Month” in the latest issue of the RoundUP from VirtualCAP — see more, here!)
CharityVillage is offering a free webinar titled “How to Create a Strategic Social Media Plan,” to be held Thursday, November 7, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.  •  “Opening up a social media account is easy. Coming up with consistent and engaging content that your supporters will love? Not so much.”  This webinar “will help you to create your content strategically using a 5 pillar framework that will strengthen your brand, build your authority online, and save you capacity during the day.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the CharityVillage website here.
The Bridgespan Group is offering a free webinar titled “Unlock Your Organization’s Leadership Potential with 70/20/10,” to be held Monday, November 11, at 2:00 p.m. Central time.  •  “Lack of professional development is a major driver of turnover at nonprofit organizations. Do you have a plan to effectively develop the talent you need to achieve impact?”  This webinar offers “the 70/20/10 approach to talent development”—“a practical, powerful way of building your direct reports’ skills and capabilities” that will allow webinar attendees “to co-create a plan that weaves your staff development into their everyday activities.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit here.
Firespring is offering a free webinar titled “Tools Every Nonprofit Needs to Simplify Their Life,” to be held Tuesday, November 12, at 10:00 a.m. Central time.  •  This webinar will “introduce you to the tools you need to build an effective online presence,” examining “which social media platforms you should care about; five online tools to help you master your online presence; social listening tools that really work; engagement tools to simplify your life; and how to curate your web content in less than 15 minutes per day.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the Firespring website here.
Nonprofit Tech for Good in conjunction with Lightful is offering a free webinar titled “How Nonprofits Can Make Their Fundraising Campaigns More Social,” to be held Tuesday, November 12, at 12:00 noon Central time.  •  “Social media channels can help you amplify the message of your fundraising campaigns. What’s important is to understand how to make the most of each social media platform.”  This webinar will examine “best practices on making your fundraising more social; the latest trends in social media marketing and how they affect nonprofits; and how to build a funnel for your social fundraising content.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit here.
CharityHowTo is offering a free webinar titled “How to Make Event Volunteers Love You,” to be held Tuesday, November 12, at 12:00 noon Central time.  •  Attendees will learn “how to create a volunteer experience that makes your event volunteers love your organization so they come back and help year-after-year and make your life easier.”  Topics will include “how to set up a volunteer matrix spreadsheet, how to schedule volunteer jobs, how to create a comfort room, and how to create a command center.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the CharityHowTo website here.
VolunteerMatch is offering a free webinar titled “Creating a Comprehensive and Engaging Volunteer Training Program,” to be held Tuesday, November 12, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.  •  “What information should you share with new volunteers?  How can you turn regularly shared new volunteer info into a curriculum?”  These are the sorts of questions addressed by this webinar, which will “discuss how to present this information in a variety of ways using different delivery methods that appeal to adult learners; assess what your volunteers have learned; and create ongoing training and professional development training for your volunteers.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the VolunteerMatch website here.
DonorSearch is offering a “flash class” titled “Planned Giving Demystified for Small- and Mid-Sized Nonprofits,” to be held Tuesday, November 12, at 2:00 p.m. Central time.  •  Planned giving is a “branch of fundraising that intimidates too many professionals,” but this webinar will explain “what Planned Giving is; why it’s a valuable asset in your fundraising mix; who are the best prospects; and how to start a program.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit here.
Network for Good is offering a free fundraiser titled “The Role of Boards in Year-End Fundraising: Make Them Your Fiercest Fundraisers,” to be held Wednesday, November 13, at 12:00 noon Central time.  •  “Your board’s fundraising role is to provide leadership and connection to existing and potential donors.”  Attendees of this webinar will learn the “four key roles a board member can play that will help your organization’s fundraising efforts.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the Network for Good website here.
The national Community Action Partnership (CAP) is offering a “Pathways to Excellence” webinar titled “The Community Action Journey to Organizational Excellence,” to be held Wednesday, November 13, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.  •  This webinar about Pathways to Excellence—the Partnership’s “organizational capacity building initiative”—will offer an “overview of the Standards of Excellence and the Pathways self-study process as well as introduce new components and upcoming opportunities.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the CAP website here.
MobileCause is offering a webinar titled “Cultivating Donor Loyalty with the Perfect Thank You,” to be held Wednesday, November 13, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.  •  Nothing builds trust and long-term donor retention better than a heartfelt “thank you” showing donors your gratitude.  This webinar “is a deep dive into the best ways of crafting an unforgettable thank you letter,” exploring “other creative and often overlooked ways to let your donors know they are appreciated.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the MobileCause website here.
VolunteerMatch is offering a free webinar titled “Writing Accurate and Useful Volunteer Position Descriptions,” to be held Wednesday, November 13, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.  •  “A good position description can make the recruitment and placement of volunteers so much easier,” but this important preliminary step is often overlooked.  Attendees of this webinar will learn “how accurate and up-to-date position descriptions can help you recruit and train volunteers, and how they can help with retention and the development of leadership positions within your volunteer engagement program.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the VolunteerMatch website here.
Firespring is offering a free webinar titled “The Power of Blogging and Thought Leadership for Nonprofits,” to be held Wednesday, November 13, at 1:30 p.m. Central time.  •  “Most nonprofits that have tried to blog have failed miserably.”  This webinar will offer “wisdom ... gleaned from dozens of nonprofit organizations that have stumbled upon the magic formula for becoming thought leaders in their community,” looking at such questions as “Who should blog? It’s not who you’d expect” and examining “seven components of the best nonprofit blogs; tips to optimize your blog’s effectiveness; four ways to promote your blog; and tips for measuring your blog’s performance.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the Firespring website here.
CharityHowTo is offering a free webinar titled “An Introduction to Online Fundraising for Small and Medium-Sized Nonprofits,” to be held Thursday, November 14, at 12:00 noon Central time.  •  “Online fundraising is the fasting growing segment of giving. Donors of all ages are using their smartphones, tablets, and computers to connect with causes and to give money to fundraising campaigns.”  In this webinar, attendees will learn “the basics of an online fundraising campaign;  how social media & online tools can be used to raise more money; and ways you can fit online giving into your long-term strategy.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the CharityHowTo website here.
GrantSpace is offering a free webinar titled “Nine Competencies Today’s Nonprofit Leaders Need for Success,” to be held Thursday, November 14, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.  •  In this webinar, attendees will “assess your current leadership skills and competencies against current best practices; create a personal/professional development plan to enhance your current leadership performance and more effectively mentor; and evaluate your team’s skills and competencies and develop a comprehensive leadership development and succession plan.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the GrantSpace website here.
Bloomerang is offering a free webinar titled “Charitable Solicitation: What Does It Take to be Compliant?,” to be held Thursday, November 14, at 1:00 p.m Central time.  •  Must every nonprofit organization register to solicit funds from the public?  How do online donations fit into the picture?  This webinar “provides a user-friendly, comprehensive overview of fundraising registration requirements in all 50 states,” with “tactics for avoiding common pitfalls and penalties [and] solutions to the one of the most common challenges facing nonprofits today.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the Bloomerang website here.
Network for Good is offering a free webinar titled “Donor Experience (DX): Unlock the Future of Your Fundraising Relationships,” to be held Monday, November 18, at 12:00 noon Central time.  •  “Donor appreciation is not expensive, but neglecting it can be.”  Attendees of this webinar will learn about research indicating “that it is seven times more expensive to acquire a new donor than to keep the one you have” and how to offer an experience that will make donors feel that “they make a difference to your institution and they are valued.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the Network for Good website here.
Blackbaud is offering a webinar titled “Last Minute Tips for #Giving Tuesday Success,” to be held Monday, November 18, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.  •  “#GivingTuesday is only two weeks away, and you’ve procrastinated. Like most nonprofits you are probably already starting to think ‘maybe next year... there's no way I can plan a #GivingTuesday campaign in just short of two weeks.’”  This webinar says, “The good news is, you can!”  It will “help you plan a stellar campaign with up to five days out,” with a “focus on the 10 Do’s and Don’ts.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the Blackbaud website here.
VolunteerMatch is offering a free webinar titled “Engaging the Volunteer of the Future,” to be held Tuesday, November 19, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.  •  “The age of one-size fits all volunteer engagement is coming to an end.”  Attendees of this webinar will learn how to “start designing volunteer opportunities and determining who is the ‘right’ volunteer for your program,” along with “how ‘word of mouth’ plays such a large role in attracting volunteers to your organization and how social media makes this even more important.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the VolunteerMatch website here.
Propel Nonprofits is offering a free webinar titled “10-Step Budgeting Process,” to be held Wednesday, November 20, at 12:00 noon Central time.  •  “The success and usefulness of your budget largely depends on the process used to create it.”  This webinar will offer “a proven 10-step budget process that will get everyone involved and ensure that your budget reflects your organization’s mission, strategic plan, and programmatic priorities.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the Propel Nonprofits website here.
Smart Cause Digital is offering a free webinar titled “The 4 New Tech Skills You Actually Need to Succeed in Nonprofit Communications in 2020,” to be held Thursday, November 21, at 10:00 a.m. Central time.  •  “Ready to uplevel your career in 2020?”  This webinar, suitable for nonprofit professionals of all skill levels, will examine “what four skills will make the most difference to your nonprofit and to your career in the next year,” with “tips on how to get started learning and implementing.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the Smart Cause Digital website here.
The national Community Action Partnership (CAP) is offering a webinar titled “Funding Whole Family Approach Efforts,” to be held Wednesday, November 20, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.  •  No workshop description is currently available; for future information, or to register, visit the CAP website here.
The Bridgespan Group is offering a free webinar titled “Level Up Your Executive Team,” to be held Monday, November 25, at 2:00 p.m. Central time.  •  “The effectiveness of your executive team has a profound impact on the overall effectiveness of your entire nonprofit organization.”  This webinar will examine “the root causes of executive team challenges; five steps you can take with your executive team to significantly improve effectiveness; and tools, including a diagnostic, to help your team get started.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit here.
Network for Good is offering a free webinar titled “How to Create a Year-End Marketing Plan to Engage Donors,” to be held Tuesday, November 26, at 12:00 noon Central time.  •  “What are you doing to stay at the forefront of your donors' minds this giving season?”  In this webinar, attendees will “learn how a great marketing and PR strategy implemented as part of your overall year-end game plan will keep your organization at the forefront and quadruple your results.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the Network for Good website here.
CharityHowTo is offering a free webinar titled “Start Your 2020 Grant Strategy Off Right!,” to be held Tuesday, December 3, at 12:00 noon Central time.  •  “As the calendar year begins to wind down and you think about the new year, are you also thinking about how to strengthen your grant seeking strategy in the upcoming year?”  This webinar will discuss “how to set goals for 2020; how to define your success in current year beyond dollars awarded; and how to engage your colleagues in being ready for the upcoming year.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the CharityHowTo website here.
GrantSpace is offering a free webinar titled “Introduction to Proposal Writing,” to be held Wednesday, December 4, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.  •  This webinar will offer and “overview of how to write a standard project proposal to a foundation,” with focus on “the basic elements of a proposal; the ‘do's’ and ‘don'ts’ of writing and submitting a proposal; and how to follow up whether the answer is yes or no.”  •  For more information, or to register, visit the GrantSpace website here.
Currently available from VirtualCAP—the online resource for Community Action Agencies across the United States—is the October issue of its monthly publication, the RoundUP. This month’s chief topic is “Wisdom Gained from a Life of Social Activism,” while other subjects include successful CAA funding initiatives, innovative CAA programs, community action news, and CAA videos of the month.  To view this issue either online or as a PDF, log in here with your agency username and password.  (Those needing help with their username and/or password are encouraged to contact VirtualCAP Project Manager Ken Ackerman at ken@cafca.org.)
ACAAA thanks VirtualCAP for naming the association’s National Theory of Change video its “CAA Video of the Month” in this month’s RoundUP!  (For more about the video, see "Educational Action," above, here.)

And check out the video itself at YouTube here!

(501) 372-0807 or via email at jmoran@acaaaa.org

Does your family circle of friends need expanding?  Why not check out the Facebook pages of these various community action agencies and their affiliates?  We bet you’ll see plenty there to “like”! 
ARVAC • Arkansas River Valley Area Council
Black River Area Development Corp. (BRAD) Senior Centers
BRAD Child Development Programs
CADC • Central Arkansas Development Council
CADC Benton Senior Wellness & Activity Center
CADC Bryant Senior Adult Activity Center
CAPCA • Community Action Program for Central Arkansas
CRDC • Crowley’s Ridge Development Council
C-SCDC Community Dental Clinic
C-SCDC Weatherization
C-SCDC • Crawford-Sebastian Community Development Council
C-SCDC Home Ownership and Asset Development Center
C-SCDC River Valley Regional Food Bank
CSO • Community Services Office
DHS • Arkansas Department of Human Services
EOAWC • Economic Opportunity Agency of Washington County
EOA Children’s House
EOA of Washington County Head Start / Early Head Start
MCAEOC • Mississippi County AR EOC Head Start
MDCS • Mid-Delta’s Head Start
NADC • Northcentral Arkansas Development Council
NADC Head Start
OOI • Ozark Opportunities, Inc.
Ozark Opportunities Head Start
PBJCEOC • Pine Bluff Jefferson County Economic
Opportunities Commission • temporarily unavailable
SEACAC • Southeast Arkansas Community Action Corporation
— and don't forget! —
ACAAA • Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association
Have we left out anyone from the Arkansas community action network?
Drop us a line at jmoran@acaaa.org and we’ll make sure they’re included in the next issue!
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