The e-Communicator
Consequences of the Shutdown
Gregory C. Scott, President & CEO offers his perspective on the Government Shutdown in this OP/ED piece. Please read more by clicking here.

“This impact is also felt among other members of our community. The blatant disregard for our fellow Americans by our current Administration, which threatens to keep the government closed for months or even years if the impasse over "the wall" continues. One of the most critical safety net programs, the food stamp program, funding is due to run out by the end of January. Hopefully, there are budget provisions that will allow the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to continue through February in order to circumvent its potential expiration. This also includes other programs such as WIC, meals for seniors, and school meals that are all in jeopardy.” Read More
Thank you to all of our Adopt-a-Family Sponsors!
The Adopt-A-Family 2018 program concluded with 46 low-income families sponsored for a total of 222 people! We could not have done this without all of our wonderful sponsors and donors. Read more.
A Christmas Wish Come True
Our Adopt-a-Family families have been through so much, and we are so happy we can help them. Read about one of our families and how we were able to make their Christmas wishes come true.
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Help us identify the important issues affecting Orange County by taking the 2019 Community Needs Assessment survey.

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Come Meet Clementine!
Our newest program, the Mobile Food Trolley, makes its grand opening debut on Friday, Feb 1st from 11 am - 1 pm at El Modena FRC (18672 E. Center Ave Orange, CA 92869)
Community Action Partnership of Orange County
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