Regardless of who you are, what you want to do, or for how long, CMCA welcomes the skills and service that you have to offer the communities we serve.
Works directly with Family Advocates and the Community Service Advisor to assist in light office work and greeting people at the front desk. See Full Description
Dinner for a Differene is a unique dining opportunity for memvers of the community to experience the differences and similarities between wealth, the middle class and poverty. By support this event, you will be supporting Central Missouri Community Action, a local non profit agency dedicated to addressing the causes and conditions of poverty in Central Missouri.
Be sure to drop off or mail the signed application and any supporting documentation to: CMCA Energy Office, 800 N. Providence Rd., Suite 103, Columbia, MO 65203.
Posted: Sep 16, 2015
To apply for the Weatherization Assistance Program, fill out the application completely and be sure to provide the required documention noted in the instructions on page 1. Contact (573) 443-8706 ext. 1958 with any questions.
Posted: March 6, 2015
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Published on Aug 7, 2015 - PhotoVoice gives youth cameras, and lets them capture their world through photography. The vision of PhotoVoice is for a world in which no one is denied the opportunity to speak out and be heard.
The 6th Annual Health Literacy Missouri Tribute Awards Dinner on October 15, 2015 was held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel St. Louis - Westport. The awards dinner celebrated the accomplishments of some of the country's most talented health literacy scholars and practitioners.
Last evening, Eat Healthy, Stay Active! Program was honored to receive the 2015 Healthy Literacy Missouri Trail Blazer Award.
Eat Healthy, Stay Active! - Promoting a healthier community by building habits that will last a lifetime… through the empowerment of families, community partners, health care professionals and future physicians working together!
Nolanda Dodd, Prenatal Program Manager with Head Start is pleased to accept this $5000 check from 3M Community Relations Council. This grant will be used to enhance the literacy and prenatal training that we provide to the families we serve.
“3M is pleased to support Central Missouri Community Action’s Head Start Program. 3M Community Relations Council’s mission is “To Improve Every Life through Innovative Giving in Education, Community and the Environment.” We at 3M are committed to preparing youth for success through early childhood learning.”3M Columbia