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Stories of progress are everywhere at Community Progress Council. See what’s new in our program and services for low-income residents of York County, and celebrate with us on client successes and community impact.
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Community Progress Council is pleased to share that President/CEO Robin K. Rohrbaugh has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Community Action Association of Pennsylvania (CAAP).
Every spending plan needs revised from time to time. CPC’s Take Charge of Your Money financial literacy workshop is a great opportunity to assess your spending, set goals, and make a plan to achieve them.
In honor of Black Breastfeeding Week, Community Progress Council Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) joined Smart Talk to discuss the barriers and benefits of breastfeeding, and how CPC supports the entire family.
Poverty guidelines are set by the federal government, but many more people are struggling to be self-sufficient because they fall above that threshold. Community Progress Council talks with Comcast Newsmakers host Tate Blanchard about providing more comprehensive services to help individuals and families that need support to get to self-sufficiency.
August is National Breastfeeding Month and local resources like CPC’s WIC program are out there to support new parents.
You can help reach entire families by first reaching out to their children. Community Progress Council is now hiring teachers! Hear more about the job, the impact you’ll have on students, and what financial incentives are being offered to encourage applications.
National Night Out provides “an opportunity just to make a connection and build a relationship with the neighborhood that we serve.” CPC welcomed WPMT FOX43 to our block party on College Avenue in York City.
Community Progress Council’s neighborhood block party for National Night Out provided an opportunity to get together, build relationships, and have a little fun. abc27’s Jeremiah Marshall reports.
Enrollment is open for Community Progress Council’s free Early Head Start, Head Start and pre-K programs. The nonprofit serves over 650 children throughout York County, educating them in classrooms and in their homes.
York County’s Community Progress Council has open teacher positions in our early childhood classrooms. Learn more about what’s required, the benefits, and the difference you’ll make.
As the baby formula shortage continues, CPC’s Women, Infants and Children (WIC) offices help families get their hands on different formulas that work for their babies and can provide the most updated comparable list.