In the news
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 welcomes Chief Human Resource Officer, Linda Spoon
Community Progress Council is pleased to welcome Linda Spoon as Chief Human Resource Officer. In her role, Linda will provide leadership to advance key strategic priorities for the organization around culture, and staff engagement and development.
Enrollment open for Head Start programs
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.
CPC spotlights open teacher positions, benefits
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.
Amid formula shortage, experts warn against misinformation
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.
Highmark Wholecare awards grant to CPC
Highmark Wholecare awarded a generous charitable donation of $25,000 in support of Community Progress Council’s housing counseling and education services. We are proud to be included in Highmark Wholecare’s $300,000 announcement in support of mission-focused nonprofits whose services directly benefit the community and the members that they serve.
Enterprise makes 5-year commitment as part of ROAD Forward
Thank you to Enterprise Holdings, who presented a generous donation of $10,000 to Community Progress Council in June. This is the second year of a five-year commitment as part of the Enterprise Holdings ROAD Forward initiative, which supports organizations that advance social and racial equity in communities where the company operates. We are proud to be a trusted community partner in meeting the needs of underserved communities, and grateful to Enterprise for their ongoing support!
Workforce shortage sparks new ideas for nonprofits
The workforce shortage has provided an opportunity for CPC to rethink how we recruit and retain employees. abc27 News reports on CPC’s new pre-apprentice program, training opportunities, and job openings in the Head Start program and throughout our organization.
CPC named Top Winner in CPBJ Nonprofit Innovations Awards
Central Penn Business Journal recognizes Community Progress Council as a Top Winner in the Nonprofit Innovations Awards’ Management Operations category!
Recognition of CPC was awarded based on innovations in our service delivery model, which has been fully re-designed to support a comprehensive, integrated approach to services.
Inflation leads to issues for low-income Pennsylvanians
Increasing prices across a wide swath of consumer goods are causing major issues for people in low-income situations throughout Pennsylvania.
“It’s the inability to have a long-range vision of what they want to see happen with their lives because if you’re struggling to feed your children or keep a roof over your head – what’s happening three months down the road is not something you’re able to focus on.”
First Lady Frances Wolf, educators discuss increased funding for pre-K
Pennsylvania First Lady Frances Wolf moderated a virtual panel discussion with early childhood educators on Wednesday to discuss Gov. Tom Wolf’s early childhood education spending plan.
“We know that children who participate in high quality Pre-K programs perform better in school, and they are more likely to graduate and to earn more throughout their lives afterwards,” Frances Wolf said during Wednesday’s virtual event.
Head Start and Early Head Start enrollment opens for 2022-23
Enrollment is open for Early Head Start and Head Start for the 2022-2023 school year! Home-based and center-based programs throughout York County serve pregnant people and children from birth through 5 years old, and their families.