CSBG Director Sheryl Andrews and CSBG Assistant Director Allexus Porter organized a staff appreciation pizza party on Friday, May 21, 2021 as part of Community Action Month. Staff received certificates for lighthearted superlatives, gift bags, and raffle items. It was a rare opportunity of late to fellowship in a safe and responsible manner and one that we all cherished. Special thanks to Pizza Hut and Carolina Stockyard Restaurant in Siler City for donating the delicious lunch and refreshments.

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CSBG Director Sheryl Andrews and CSBG Assistant Director Allexus Porter organized a staff appreciation pizza party on Friday, May 21, 2021 as part of Community Action Month. Staff received certificates for lighthearted superlatives, gift bags, and raffle items. It was a rare opportunity of late to fellowship in a safe and responsible manner and one that we all cherished. Special thanks to Pizza Hut and Carolina Stockyard Restaurant in Siler City for donating the delicious lunch and refreshments.

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In January, staff from CPCA, Coastal Community Action, and OEO (NC Office of Economic Opportunity) represented North Carolina at the 2020 CAP Management and Leadership Training Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico! The conference was successful given the number of earthquakes they experienced leading up to and after the conference.

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Our trunk rocked!! The Siler City Trunk R’ Treat on 10/25/19 was a blast. We enjoyed all the costumes and meeting the great residents of Chatham County. Thanks to Siler City Parks and Recreation for inviting us to participate in a great event!

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The Siler City Trunk R’ Treat on 10/25/19 was a blast. We enjoyed all the costumes and meeting the great residents of Chatham County. Thanks to Siler City Parks and Recreation for inviting us to participate in a great event! Pictured: Finance Director Gwen Johnson and CSBG Case Manager Carol Currie.

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CPCA partnered with CORA Food Pantry to be a distribution site for their Summer Nutritional Assistance for Chatham Kids (SNACK!) program. CPCA served 92 children and provided 12,600 meals. WAP Crew Leader Alex Rivera, WAP QCI Cesar Carmona, and WAP Technician Toribio Pena (all pictured) accepted a recognition certificate from CORA.

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Central Piedmont Community Action is a proud supporter of AmeriHealth Caritas. Did you attend the Power of Partnerships event that was held on September 27th at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh? CSBG Assistant Director, Allexus Porter, attended the event and had a great time networking with those in attendance.

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On 9/13/19, we held our 1st Annual CSBG Graduation and Recognition Banquet at the Sheraton Chapel Hill Hotel for CSBG customers who rose above poverty and achieved self-sufficiency as well as those who completed major goals towards becoming self-sufficient. We hope this recognition inspired those who have graduated the program to continue to maintain self-sufficiency and those on their way to stay motivated to succeed. We also provided recognition to our sponsors and supporters.

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On 9/13/19, we held our 1st Annual CSBG Graduation and Recognition Banquet at the Sheraton Chapel Hill Hotel for CSBG customers who rose above poverty and achieved self-sufficiency as well as those who completed major goals towards becoming self-sufficient. We hope this recognition inspired those who have graduated the program to continue to maintain self-sufficiency and those on their way to stay motivated to succeed. We also provided recognition to our sponsors and supporters.

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On 9/13/19, we held our 1st Annual CSBG Graduation and Recognition Banquet at the Sheraton Chapel Hill Hotel for CSBG customers who rose above poverty and achieved self-sufficiency as well as those who completed major goals towards becoming self-sufficient. We hope this recognition inspired those who have graduated the program to continue to maintain self-sufficiency and those on their way to stay motivated to succeed. We also provided recognition to our sponsors and supporters.

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“I was so thankful for the opportunity to participate in a two-day workshop at UNC School of Medicine provided by the Racial Equity Institute. We examined racism from a historical, cultural, and structural perspective to understand the significance of race in the establishment of this country and how race has continued to shape every aspect of our society to the current day.” – CSBG Director Sheryl Andrews (August 2019)

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Congressman Butterfield met with staff to learn about our CSBG Program. Pictured L2R: CSBG Asst Director Allexus Porter, Personnel Director Amber Cole, Executive Director Natasha Elliott, Congressman Butterfield, CSBG Director Sheryl Andrews.

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In support of #AllOutMay1, CSBG staff volunteered on 5/1/19 to deliver food from Lakewood Montessori Middle School in Durham to surrounding neighborhoods so children missing this day of school in support of their teachers would have a healthy breakfast and lunch. CSBG Assistant Director, Allexus Porter, and CSBG Case Managers, Angeline Roberts and Michael McMahon had an awesome time delivering food to several apartment complexes.

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In support of #AllOutMay1, CSBG staff volunteered on 5/1/19 to deliver food from Lakewood Montessori Middle School in Durham to surrounding neighborhoods so children missing this day of school in support of their teachers would have a healthy breakfast and lunch. CSBG Assistant Director, Allexus Porter, and CSBG Case Managers, Angeline Roberts and Michael McMahon had an awesome time delivering food to several apartment complexes.

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“So honored to be among dedicated colleagues across the state representing North Carolina’s community action network. We are meeting with legislators to discuss our work to help families thrive and transition out of poverty and the resulting statewide impacts on economic output, jobs, incomes and tax receipts. Community Action works for NC, and we greatly appreciate the support of our state representatives.” – CSBG Director Sheryl Andrews

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The Orange County Spring 2019 Job Fair that was held on 03/27/19 at the Orange Works Employment and Training Center. CSBG Staff presented information to the public about our agency and programs that may be of assistance to them during their job search. Staff also connected with different employers and community organizations to develop lasting relationships and help get our customers back to work and self-reliance. CM Lisa Scott and CM Angeline Roberts.

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The Orange County Spring 2019 Job Fair that was held on 03/27/19 at the Orange Works Employment and Training Center. CSBG Staff presented information to the public about our agency and programs that may be of assistance to them during their job search. Staff also connected with different employers and community organizations to develop lasting relationships and help get our customers back to work and self-reliance. We won the Table Decorating Contest! Being presented with award basket.

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The Orange County Spring 2019 Job Fair that was held on 03/27/19 at the Orange Works Employment and Training Center. CSBG Staff presented information to the public about our agency and programs that may be of assistance to them during their job search. Staff also connected with different employers and community organizations to develop lasting relationships and help get our customers back to work and self-reliance. We won the Table Decorating Contest! Lisa Scott, Allexus Porter, Angeline Roberts

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Agency staff at the 2019 NASCSP Conference. Looking good guys! Pictured L2R: CSBG Director Sheryl Andrews, Executive Director Natasha Elliott, WAP Director Douglas Dixon, Finance Director Gwen Johnson.

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Our Trivia Night fundraising event held on 1/31/19 at Pittsboro Roadhouse. The theme was 'Community Action Heroes'. Many thanks to the wonderful attendees and sponsors that made it a special night!!

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Our Trivia Night fundraising event held on 1/31/19 at Pittsboro Roadhouse. The theme was 'Community Action Heroes'. Many thanks to the wonderful attendees and sponsors that made it a special night!!

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Our Trivia Night fundraising event held on 1/31/19 at Pittsboro Roadhouse. The theme was 'Community Action Heroes'. Many thanks to the wonderful attendees and sponsors that made it a special night!!

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Our Trivia Night fundraising event held on 1/31/19 at Pittsboro Roadhouse. The theme was 'Community Action Heroes'. Many thanks to the wonderful attendees and sponsors that made it a special night!!

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Our Trivia Night fundraising event held on 1/31/19 at Pittsboro Roadhouse. The theme was 'Community Action Heroes'. Many thanks to the wonderful attendees and sponsors that made it a special night!!

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Our Trivia Night fundraising event held on 1/31/19 at Pittsboro Roadhouse. The theme was 'Community Action Heroes'. Many thanks to the wonderful attendees and sponsors that made it a special night!!

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Our Trivia Night fundraising event held on 1/31/19 at Pittsboro Roadhouse. The theme was 'Community Action Heroes'. Many thanks to the wonderful sponsors that made it a special night!!

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Jamie Wolcott, owner of Durham Short Run Shirts, who provided discounted t-shirts for CPCA Trivia Night Jan 2019.

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Our agency Thanksgiving potluck meal (Nov 2018). The food was delicious and we had a good time fellowshipping.

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Our agency Thanksgiving potluck meal (Nov 2018). The food was delicious and we had a good time fellowshipping.

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Our agency Thanksgiving potluck meal (Nov 2018). The food was delicious and we had a good time fellowshipping.

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